What can I expect from a stay in a hotel in Milton Keynes?
Milton Keynes is a town located in Buckinghamshire, England, 72 km from London. Designated a “new town,” it took its name from the original village of Milton Keynes, some kilometres from the centre. As part of its new layout, the town centre has a covered high street, with shops and various entertainment options included, as well as a number of hotels in Milton Keynes. The town has earned the local nickname of “MK.”
What is there for me to enjoy outside business hours in Milton Keynes?
The town has a vibrant music scene with several venues offering concerts, including the National Bowl and The Stables, providing a venue for various genres of music including jazz, folk, blues and world music. The Milton Keynes Theatre provides regular theatrical performances in the town and the town has two multiplex cinemas. Milton Keynes is perfect for cyclists, with 200 km of cycle and pedestrian routes running alongside the roads. There are a number of excellent restaurants in the town centre, offering all types of cuisine including the recommended Brasserie Blanc, serving French cuisine, and Middleton Steakhouse & Grill. Both venues are ideal for a relaxing business lunch or casual after hours meeting. Should your hotel in Milton Keynes have no fitness centre available, visit the Nuffield Health Milton Keynes Fitness & Wellbeing Gym for a work out and a refreshing swim.
What does Milton Keynes offer in the way of business options?
The most convenient airport to Milton Keynes is the London Luton Airport (LTN), located 37 km from the town centre. London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is 84 km away. If planning a conference or other event, MK Conferencing offers a range of services including a main auditorium and several smaller rooms, all with the necessary audio visual equipment.
What locations are of particular interest to me when staying at a hotel in Milton Keynes?
The town has two museums worth visiting – the National Museum of Computing, which has a working replica of the Colossus computer, and the Milton Keynes Museum which houses collections relating to the history of the area. Milton Keynes Gallery offers exhibitions of international contemporary art. Close to Milton Keynes in the village of Great Linford, the Milton Keynes Art Centre also offers exhibitions along with workshops and courses.