This hotel is an amalgamation of two 14th-century inns: The Garter Inn, named after The Most Noble Order of the Garter, which was founded by King Edward III, and The White Harte, named in honour of the Royal Emblem worn by King Richard II. The two were joined together in the late 19th century to form this hotel, a building in the 'Jacobean' style, much loved by the Victorians and reflecting Shakespearean connections. In addition to the hotel's 79 guest rooms, there are also 7 elegant, private dining and meeting rooms. The Ballroom has retained its original architectural features and provides an exquisite backdrop for weddings and private dining with seating for up to 160 guests. The hotel is fully air-conditioned with a lobby offering a 24-hour reception and check-out service, lift access and a safe. There is also a restaurant, room and laundry services (fees apply) and Internet access (fees apply).Each one of the hotel's guestrooms is individually designed and finished to the highest possible standard. High ceilings, beautiful cornices, marble fireplaces and solid dark-wood furnishings blend seamlessly with all the modern essentials. Some rooms have fine Victorian features, complemented by elegant bathrooms with a shower and roll-top bath; others offer breathtaking views of Windsor Castle. All bedrooms offer complimentary WLAN Internet access, comfortable duvets and quality linen, as well as satellite flat-screen TV, a direct dial telephone, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, a safety deposit box and central heating.