Hilton Milton Keynes
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The Hilton Milton Keynes is situated in the heart of Buckinghamshire, close to picturesque English countryside. Within easy reach are Woburn Abbey, Whipsnade Wild Animal Park and Silverstone, home of the British Grand Prix.
Just 4 miles from the city centre and 30 minutes from Luton Airport, the Hilton Milton Keynes hotel is conveniently located close to junctions 13 and 14 of the M1.
All guest rooms at the Hilton Milton Keynes hotel feature high-speed internet access and on-demand movies. After working out in the gym at the LivingWell Health Club, plunge into the indoor pool or relax in the sauna. Savour classic British cuisine and international favourites at New Horizons Restaurant or unwind with an evening drink in the bar. The Hilton Milton Keynes is a totally non-smoking hotel.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Bow Brickhill
- Distance: 1.7 miles
- Name: LUTON
- Distance: 22.5 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 06:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Bow Brickhill Distance: 1.7 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Luton Distance: 22.5 miles
To view our full selection of accommodation in Bedford & Milton Keynes Area, view our hotels in Bedford & Milton Keynes Area page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1335 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 01/2017, Henrik B wrote this review.
It's really hopeless. It should be a four star hotel but it's not even worth two stars. The hotel needs a complete renovation, everything is out of date. The food in the restaurant is furthermore of very low quality. It's also cold in the hotel. The … See more
It's really hopeless. It should be a four star hotel but it's not even worth two stars. The hotel needs a complete renovation, everything is out of date. The food in the restaurant is furthermore of very low quality. It's also cold in the hotel. The staff is doing their best but are hindered by old fashion business routines that are not serving the interests of the guests. Hope I could be more positive but it's really not good. The Hilton Management must have suffered a stroke the day they bought this hotel. Collapse
Great food, comfortable room, pleasant staff
Stay Date: 01/2017, timj712 wrote this review.
Stayed here due to work: the location was very handy for that, although likely to be less convenient for anyone visiting the bright lights of MK, as there is not much to see and do in the immediate vicinity. Anyway, the room was spacious and very com… See more
Stayed here due to work: the location was very handy for that, although likely to be less convenient for anyone visiting the bright lights of MK, as there is not much to see and do in the immediate vicinity. Anyway, the room was spacious and very comfortable (including the bed, which passed with flying colours, and I can't say that for many of the beds I've tried elsewhere), the staff were pleasant, helpful and efficient, and the dinner was delicious. Fortunately, my employer was paying. Bar prices were high, but at least they had the honesty to display them so you could see before ordering. Collapse
Didn't come close to the Hilton expectations; drags down the Hilton chain reputation.
Stay Date: 01/2017, marsdde5 wrote this review.
I am presently half way through week 2 of a booked 4 week stay (excluding weekends). The 3rd and 4th weeks have now been cancelled due to the appalling standard. This hotel portrays itself as a 4 star, having stayed in many Hiltons in the past, it … See more
I am presently half way through week 2 of a booked 4 week stay (excluding weekends). The 3rd and 4th weeks have now been cancelled due to the appalling standard. This hotel portrays itself as a 4 star, having stayed in many Hiltons in the past, it does not do anything good for the Hilton chain reputation. The Room: 7 out of the 8 nights so far, every evening when returning to my room, I have not been able to gain entry and have had to return to the reception to get the key card reset. Thursday last week the card failed to work 3 times after which it took staff intervention to gain entry. As the engineers had finished for the day, with no means of securing the door, I was asked to move rooms. To make amends the duty manager informed me, by gesture of good will, I had been given a room upgrade. This was a bit of a 'white lie' as I was only moved one door down in to a room exactly the same but with a smaller bed! The rooms only have an electric heater on the wall which makes it difficult to control the room temperature. The room this week must have no more than 0.5bar of water pressure coming from the shower. In order to get showered one must literally stand on the bath taps and hug the wall to get under the pathetic amount of water which drips from the shower head. The TV has loads of channels, that said if you wish to watch anything other than the few channels that used to come as standard on old analogues TVs, then you have to pay. The Lounge (Dining): For some reason the restaurant is closed for evening meals, more than likely to save having to pay staff to turn it around ready for breakfast . This means that the evening menu is served in the lounge. Astonishingly enough, priced as it is, the ordering of food is done similar to that expected in a 'Wetherspoons' type arrangement whereby you have to order at the bar. This is fine in a 'Wetherspoons' type arrangement as a steak meal will set you back no more than £10; on this menu you get no change from a £20 note - a little table service would not go a miss. Also in the lounge there are no table numbers therefore when ordering food you have to point at a table you think you may be eating at; this is fine until someone waiting at reception (it's all open plan) decides to sit at that table whilst waiting for the reception staff or a taxi ect. In addition, if you fail to get one of the 4 or 5 tables in the far side of the room, the ones overlooking the gym so you can view sweaty people working out whilst eating, then you have to resort to the sunken tub chairs with tables no more than 12 inches off the floor. I found this style of eating easy before I reached the age of 12. The menu is limited and the chefs special of Duck has not changed in the time that have been here. I have now tried 5 main meals from the menu - I would only recommend 1; the rest were tasteless and watery. On a good note a pint of Stella was just the ticket to wash it down. The Gym: Small but OK if you get there early (5pm ish). Not to bad this week as the lift is out of order so plenty of exercise is gained running up and down from the second floor to get the key card reset. The Staff: Generally the staff are friendly and helpful. They always had a welcoming smile when I had to visit the reception desk to reset the room key card. It is due to the staff working tirelessly that I gave this hotel 1 star. That said on one occasion , when taking my plate away, one of the bar staff polity asked 'would you like desert'. Unsure if I wanted desert or not I responded 'may I see the desert menu please'. At this point the staff member went into a state of shock and in a panicking manner said 'oh, oh, there on the bar, if you want anything order it there'! Fearing that I may lose my table if i got up to order I decided to give desert a miss. Summary: I have travelled quite a lot over the years but have never felt the need to leave a review until now. It has taken me 8 nights to do it - 8 nights of retuning from an intense days training to find I cannot get into my room, when I do the room is either red hot or freezing cold, follwed by being unable to have an average pressure shower, to then have to venture out to a moderate pub or restaurant to get a decent meal with appropriate service and seating. I cannot wait until check out on Friday; roll on next week when I will now be staying in a reasonably priced 3 star which i have just booked :) Collapse
Another good night sleep
Stay Date: 12/2016, neilj305 wrote this review.
Staying away on business you can only hope that the welcome you receive, the quality of your stay and cleanliness of the room is up to scratch and yet again Hilton did not disappoint. Great staff, Good room with great wifi access was in abundance and… See more
Staying away on business you can only hope that the welcome you receive, the quality of your stay and cleanliness of the room is up to scratch and yet again Hilton did not disappoint. Great staff, Good room with great wifi access was in abundance and I would surely stay there again. Thank you staff , especially the very welcoming Spanish receptionist, whose name I cannot recall Collapse
One night stay
Stay Date: 10/2016, SteBrizz wrote this review.
Stayed for one night with business. Easy to find and plenty of parking. Reception and bar area nice and clean. friendly checkin. Room was large and fine. Pillows nice and bed ok. Tv did sound a little basey. Bathroom fine and clean. Breakfast was goo… See more
Stayed for one night with business. Easy to find and plenty of parking. Reception and bar area nice and clean. friendly checkin. Room was large and fine. Pillows nice and bed ok. Tv did sound a little basey. Bathroom fine and clean. Breakfast was good and service was also very good. Choice and quality very good. Overall good stay and would use again. Collapse
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