Coppid Beech Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoppid Beech Hotel Bracknell
This hotel has four stars but its well past its best. The pool/sauna area (Waves) is a fungus invested, bacteria breeding zone and should be condemed !
Rooms cleean and tidy but the rest of the hotel is souless and dreary.
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