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Best Hotels in Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes Hotels

Milton Keynes is a large sprawling town set in Buckinghamshire’s grassy green countryside. The town is packed full of intriguing marvels of sleek post-modernist and German-inspired minimalist architecture, and the wide streets are lined with thousands of tall leafy trees. Sparkly public art sculptures are speckled throughout the town, complimenting Milton Keynes’ refined and active arts culture, which includes museums, galleries and theatres. Finally, vast shopping centres boast designer clothing outlets and independent boutiques for a chance to indulge.

Things to see

Exploring the intriguing urban design of Milton Keynes alone is enough to occupy a day. During the 1960s, a huge renovation saw teems of talented young British architects design celebrated constructions throughout the town. The X-scape is a silvery smooth-curved leisure centre that perches atop the sweeping Campell Park, itself a gorgeous green space ideal for an afternoon amble. Beside it the Milton Keynes theatre, with its towering modern colonnades, hosts enthralling West End shows, ballets and operas. Visit the enchanting Peace Pagoda - a beautiful white-stoned Buddhist statue - in the ancient church-speckled district of Willen. For a unique shopping experience, stroll along the high street of nearby Stony Stafford, which proffers from timbered taverns, red-bricked cafés and a traditional town market that has existed for 8 centuries. In the evenings, unwind at a cool cocktail bar or refined, French-infused restaurant in central Milton Keynes.

Hotels in Milton Keynes

Hotels in Milton Keynes are large, glitzy complexes that range from luxurious indulgence to comfortable convenience. The 4-star hotels provide in-door swimming pools, professionally elegant service and rooms fit for a king, whereas the many 3-star hotels offer quintessential queen-sized beds and in-house dining at an affordable price. Sprinkled throughout Milton Keynes’ charming old-world hamlets, a number of B&Bs, set in red-coloured cottages with adjoining flower-filled gardens offer a cosy stay, as do the handful of modestly priced time-honoured inns, where a drink and hearty meal are at your doorstep.

Where to stay

Central Milton Keynes is ideal for those wishing to stay in a buzzing urban hub, where you can fully embrace the town’s cultural atmosphere, bewildering post-modernist architecture, green spaces, and shopping opportunities. But Milton Keynes is surrounded by small hamlets and towns that constitute the greater borough area. The market town of Stony Stratford makes for holiday immersed in history, where the cobbled streets lead out to soft green meadows. Similarly, Willen - with its plentiful parks beside glistening lakes - makes for a haven-like getaway immersed in natural beauty and a small-town charm.

How to get to Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes is conveniently served by 5 railway stations, one located centrally and the others dotted in a circle throughout the greater borough. Milton Keynes Station provides regular and speedy services throughout the country, with London being a mere 45 minutes away. The smooth M1 motorway runs east of the town, making Milton Keynes readily accessible by car. The town is built on an easily navigable grid system, which aids congestion, making it an effortless town to explore by car. However, reliable bus services provide affordable transport throughout the centre and surrounding towns.