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Visiting Milton Keynes – A City Guide
Milton Keynes is a buzzing 1960s ‘new town’ brimming with nightlife, arts and culture. Its well-designed grid layout makes it easy to navigate and incorporates wide leafy boulevards, modern shopping and leisure centres and plenty of lakes and parkland. It’s an ideal stopping point if you’re travelling along the M1 motorway.

Milton Keynes: city layout
In central Milton Keynes you’ll find major businesses and shopping centres, the Xscape centre and the vibrant theatre district. The urban centre and outlying residential areas are surrounded by farms and parkland. The M1 motorway passes to the north-east, providing a fast and convenient link to London and the North.

The concierge recommends…

  • Try skydiving, skiing and climbing at Xscape Milton Keynes, which brings outdoor adventure indoors.
  • Check out the Sunday Market or watch live bands at open-air amphitheatre The National Bowl.
  • Visit Bletchley Park, where the German secret codes were cracked during WWII.

Hotels in Milton Keynes
In Central Milton Keynes you’ll have shops, bars and entertainment right on your doorstep. But it’s not all hustle and bustle – in Campbell Park you can find wide-open spaces, rolling hills and even grazing sheep. Tranquil Milton Keynes Village is close to Willen Lake, where you can try waterskiing and sailing. Hotels near here benefit from easy access to the M1.

Eating Out in Milton Keynes
You can enjoy international cuisine and sip cocktails at restaurants and bars in The Hub. The central piazza of this vibrant modern precinct also has live entertainment during the summer. The Theatre District has plenty of places to grab a pre-show bite. If you’re looking for a hearty meal, there are more than 300 pubs to choose from.

The chef recommends...

  • Try the delicious steaks at Aqua – aged for 28 days and served with triple-cooked chips.
  • For something more spicy, try the Murghi Masala at The Don – tandoori chicken served with lime leaves and onion-tomato sauce.
  • In the mood for fish and chips? The Barn serve them with traditional mushy peas and tartare sauce.

Shopping in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes’ air-conditioned malls are packed with popular high-street stores. Next door to each other, thecentre:mk and Intu Milton Keynes have around 300 outlets to explore. Across town, close to the M1 in the Kingston Centre, you’ll find supermarkets and department stores, a gym and a tennis centre. You can pick up fresh produce at the farmers’ markets in Newport Pagnell, Olney, Stony Stratford, Woburn and Wolverton.

Unique shopping days in Milton Keynes

  • Do you feel like a Milton Keynes makeover? Thecentre:mk has a day spa, a nail and beauty salon and hairdressers, all under one roof. Why not top it off with a new outfit?
  • Shopping with the kids? They’ll love the Disney Store in thecentre:mk. You can pop next door to Intu Milton Keynes to pick up the latest action figure from the Lego Store.

Culture & Nightlife in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes’ culture and nightlife centres around a few key zones. The Hub is a buzzing place with a central piazza and numerous bars. If you want to hit the dancefloor, Wonderworld at Xscape is a stylish late-night club with DJs every weekend. In the Theatre District you’ll find Cineworld Cinemas and the Milton Keynes Theatre, which hosts touring musicals, drama, opera and ballet.

Get your dose of MK culture

  • The Stables is the city’s premier venue for live jazz, blues, classical and world music.
  • MK Gallery, the city’s main art space, presents an international programme of contemporary visual art, and admission is free.
  • Grab some popcorn and enjoy a movie at Cineworld or the Odeon Milton Keynes Stadium.

Visiting Milton Keynes with a Family
With theme parks, museums and fun activities indoors and out, Milton Keynes is ideal for families. Teenagers can burn off some energy with snow skiing, bowling, indoor skydiving and climbing walls at the Xscape centre. For younger children, Gulliver’s is a quaint theme park with water rides and live shows.

A fun day out with the family

  • Willen Lake is a scenic park where you can learn how to wakeboard or waterski at Wake MK. Look out for the free ping pong tables near the bandstand too.
  • Visit Thrift Farm to pet rabbits and guinea pigs, and see colourful budgies and cockatiels in the aviary.
  • Test your agility at Aerial Extreme, a high-rope adventure course with ziplines and scrambling nets.

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Latest Milton Keynes Hotel Reviews


good business hotel
By Robsy
company booked nearest destination but still a good hotel to stay at with pool gym and steam room sauna [Less]
great for business
By cs12
Very friendly and efficient, a cut above other hotels in area and reasonably priced if you prebook. Great stay, gym and lesuire area really helps pass time on a stay. There is a refurb in place [More] but they are keeping this to a minimum, and you hardly notice and (hope they will decorate the rooms too) But is great and arrived for my work fresher than normal from other hotels. [Less]
great service
By betty
I stay here frequently and the staff are wonderful. Very helpful and nothing is to much trouble . The general manager was great and explained about the refurb and the new restaurant is great . The [More] room was comfortable and clean as ever . [Less]
Comfortable bed and friendly staff
By Rich
This was the first time I stayed at this hotel and found the bedroom very comfortable and the staff very friendly and welcoming. [Less]
Frequent business stays
By State
Newly and nicely refurbished hotel. Excellent staff. Will always ask to stay here when visiting the area again. Rooms are very comfortable, nicely decorated and good choice of TV and Radio options [Less]
New Look hotel was nice!!!
By Greg79
I like the new look of the hotel, it created a homely feeling. [Less]
pleasant hotel
By Bususer
enjoyed the stay, would stay again little slow on check and check out, down to a lack of front desk staff, but other than that was clean and comfortable. [Less]
Decent big beds and good quality pillows, but the air con sounds rough
By William52
The holiday inn Northampton sits just outside the town and was a decent location for a weekend visit to family. The reception staff and friendly and the check in is swift and efficient. A quick [More] swipe of your card and you've got the key. The room was clean, with two large double beds and a decent size bathroom with a bath (Just in case, but I never bother until I don't have a choice) The shower was good with quickly responding controls but it was at the opposite end to the bath so when the bath starting filling up with water, I had realised I was stood on the pop up plug... The room looked over the park and river at the rear and was really peaceful. I didn't use any of the facilities in the evening, but passing through reception on leaving for dinner, I noticed some business like people dining and drinking alone. On my return well past midnight, I was delighted to see the reception doors still open. The room was chilly in the evening and I proceeded to turn one of the 2 heaters that hung on the wall. The one under the window looked original to what is really a 20 odd year old building. The new one on the other wall looked more capable, but that didn't work, so I proceeded to mess about with old one. When I did work out the controls of what once was a full air conditioning unit, but the cooling button was broken so I assumed that it would only heat. The unit, which is about 4ft long by 3ft high and a foot thick started with a low grumble, by the time I'd boiled the kettle, it was approaching full speed, and sounded like a jumbo jet taking off. Apart from that, the beds were lovely and comfortable (If you like soft beds) and the pillows were pretty good quality, so I did have a decent sleep. In all, its a decent stop over if you're in Northampton. [Less]
Fantastic
By James7
The hotel was in a great location near to the river. The staff were all very helpfull and friendky. I found the room clean and comfortable too. A great weekend , many thanks . [Less]

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