Hotels in Milton Keynes Reviews
Newest Review: ... and Theatre District. There are a few bars and restaurants nearby too. The hotel has a small reception area and customer lifts although they are small. There is a breakfast area to the left of the entrance which feels private and comfortable. I found the restaurant staff to be very efficient and helpful. Rooms are clean and comfortable and are available for 3 adults and 2 children maximum. Public parking nearby - charges apply. I would recommend this hotel to anyone - from couples to families and business travellers. Holiday Inn, 500 SAXON GATE WEST, Milton Keynes. website for booking: http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/ I have stayed at th... more
Customer Hotels in Milton Keynes Reviews (3)
by - written on 29/04/09 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I am a frequent visitor to Milton Keynes as I attend a yearly event at the MK Cantre Shopping Mall. I have stayed in several hotels centralised around this area. I always arrive at the city by train so I will give my best account of hotel locations and other details from a non car driving perspective! When you exit the main (Milton Keynes central) train station you are at the end of Midsummer Boulevard. You can actually see a few hotels in the near distance on the horizon - these are the Ramada Encore and Jurys Inn. These are within walking distance from the station although there is limited walkways and the journey is slightly uphill. There are underpasses as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/08 (Useful, 23 readings)
We stayed at the Novotel in Milton Keynes in November 2007. My boyfriend and I were visiting relatives and it was a great location to stay especially as the huge shopping centre was close to the hotel. We found the hotel easy to find, parking easy and secure, friendly reception staff, clean, lovely and comfortable rooms, easy check in, leisure facilities (Sauna, swimming pool and gym) were great, loctaion good......Can't wait to go again! We were lucky to receive Friendly service, the option of late check out (free of charge) and we were pleased to hear the leisure facilities were open until 10pm and that was great after a day Christmas shopping! :o) The price was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/06 (Somewhat useful, 92 readings)
What a lovely little place ok its a motel but it was spotless everything was fresh and clean. Sky tv in the room too! THe staff were very friendly even changing my money so I could chat to my girlfriend on the phone. Wouldn't say its action packed but its good if you need somewhere to rest the night. Book in advance on their website and you can get a room for £35! bargain! One small grip its a bit cold but if you fiddle with the heating its fine. Enjoyed my stay at this ... Read the complete review
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