Malmaison revamps Reading hotel with new look and menus

Photographs of Malmasion in Reading.

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Iconic boutique brand Malmaison has unveiled the new look of its Reading hotel after a refurbishment to help boost its status as one of the city’s top hotels.

The investment at the railway station hotel has seen its Chez Mal bar, brasserie and reception area all given a makeover to fall in line with the rest of the group’s expanding portfolio.

The interior now boasts as ‘edgy’ look, with low hanging bulbs, exposed brick, natural wood finishes and leather banquette seating, designed to complement the hotel’s new menus which launched at the end of March.

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The refurbished interiors also give a nod to the building’s history, with railway-inspired art throughout and an iron cast staircase.

The new menu takes classic spring ingredients and gives them a ‘Mal’ twist, as well as offering guests a new range of summery cocktails.

Paul Roberts, CEO, Malmaison Hotel du Vin, said: “We are delighted to unveil the newly refurbished Malmaison Reading. With the new Chez Mal bar and brasserie, guests and visitors will experience sumptuous food and drink in stunning settings. We are hugely proud of what we have to offer to those coming to Malmaison Reading, which is such a great, fun and vibrant city.”


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