Hilton Milton Keynes
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- Situated in the heart of Buckinghamshire
- Free parking at hotel
- On-site bar & restaurant
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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 1471 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 07/2017, amandatV4122DE wrote this review.
Very nice staff, clean and good sized room with good facilities, bathroom fixtures needed some fixing and adjustment. Bar rates very high, no ice available until I asked for a refund and ice magically appeared. Bar manager abrupt and not friendly a… See more
Very nice staff, clean and good sized room with good facilities, bathroom fixtures needed some fixing and adjustment. Bar rates very high, no ice available until I asked for a refund and ice magically appeared. Bar manager abrupt and not friendly at all. Reception staff not always very attentive and distracted by computer and phones when no on else waiting at desk but kept customer waiting despite there being 4 reception staff. Great breakfast. Shame no swimming pool. Collapse
Not quite there!
Stay Date: 07/2017, dkgy wrote this review.
This was my second stay at the Hilton, my choice this time being made for me by a combination of availability and rate, when we only really needed a room for the night and breakfast. I needed a decent sized room to accommodate my wife and kids (one… See more
This was my second stay at the Hilton, my choice this time being made for me by a combination of availability and rate, when we only really needed a room for the night and breakfast. I needed a decent sized room to accommodate my wife and kids (one in a travel cot that we brought ourselves), and having stayed here before I knew that, with a bit of clever furniture rearrangement (move the easy chair into the space between the desk and wardrobe, if you're asking), we'd all just about fit. I'd also had a memory of there being a swimming pool there, thought we could fill the morning with that, and was a little bit upset that that seems to have been replaced with a £20 a month unmanned 'fitness room', which probably makes more profit for the hotel but I'm not sure is a better service for the guests. Check-in was, as always, a delight, with a really friendly and helpful lady on the front desk who gave me a code for free wi-fi as I'm an Honors member even though I booked this time via Expedia. We were on the second floor, and the lift was just big enough for two adults, one seven year old and a pushchair with a baby in it, and the room was the size I anticipated. The sofa bad had been made up, we had extra towels and toiletries, everything was pretty good. The wife bathed the baby and noticed that there was a dark, damp patch on the ceiling, above the shower head. That's not a biggy, it's a housekeeping issue that I presume got missed. At the same time we also noticed that there's not an awful lot of room for towels storage in the bathroom (a small towel rail) and it's actually quite small and basic for a 4* hotel bathroom. There was a bit of noise out in the corridor, mid evening. There was a wedding on, and a few kids seemed to be running up and down the corridor. The room we'd been allocated was the second one on the corridor, so everyone had to go past. With little children who go to bed early, this isn't ideal, because although it wasn't noisy late on, there was a bit of disturbance at the kids' bedtime. I was excused by the wife to go to the bar as I needed to be able to do some stuff on the internet without disturbing the kids. It was quiet enough down there, and the lady on the bar was getting trained, which is fine by me, needs doing, she was doing a decent job. Back to the room about 10, slept OK but the mattress was not the best, and the wife complained the next day of backache. In the morning I folded the sofa bed up to give the kids some room to play, which was plenty. Spent five minutes trying to turn the telly on, before realising that it had been unplugged in favour of the desk fan (so I had a desk fan on, and a standard lamp on, but no TV). Obviously, I resolved that myself. We then went to breakfast, which was a joy, with a wide range of choices, including a hot waffle maker which the boy loved investigating, in a nice bright room, with a decent high chair for the toddler. There's nothing fundamentally wrong with the hotel, the food and beverage offer is well thought through, but the room was lacking that little something to make it really good, and the loss of the pool is a shame, although I understand the commercial rationale behind it. I would stay again, but maybe purely for a functional stay, instead of the Premier Inn at the windmill nearby, which has similar sized rooms but pared back service (and the food is cheaper), though next time I think if I'm looking for something a bit more special I might try somewhere else. Collapse
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Stay Date: 07/2017, Daniel B wrote this review.
Stayed for 4 nights. On arrival I didn't feel the staff were the most welcoming on the desk when I checked in. They seemed preoccupied with something else. Didn't really run through anything the hotel had to offer and I had to ask about breakfast. Al… See more
Stayed for 4 nights. On arrival I didn't feel the staff were the most welcoming on the desk when I checked in. They seemed preoccupied with something else. Didn't really run through anything the hotel had to offer and I had to ask about breakfast. All they seemed interested in was getting my email address and into my room as quickly as possible. At least that's how it came across. Room was ok. Big, clean and tidy but a little dated especially the bathroom. The internet connection in the room is very poor and I kept getting disconnected. Also there is no air conditioning in the rooms, just a desk fan so they can get a little hot. Breakfast was decent and there is a wide choice to choose from. Overall the hotel is ok, but not what you expect. I believe there are better hotels in Milton Keynes in a similar price range if not cheaper that are much better. Collapse
poor for a Hilton. Not up to the normal standards of a Hilton.
Stay Date: 07/2017, Marcus E wrote this review.
I have traveled the world and experienced numerous Hilton hotels. I have stayed and many within the UK. This is poorest example of a Hilton Hotel. The place is tired and in need of painting and an uplift - the mattress followed this theme. I am genui… See more
I have traveled the world and experienced numerous Hilton hotels. I have stayed and many within the UK. This is poorest example of a Hilton Hotel. The place is tired and in need of painting and an uplift - the mattress followed this theme. I am genuinely surprised that this is the case. Place clean and staff fine. Breakfast up to standard but building not. Something from the 1980's in decor. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, yasarrashid732 wrote this review.
Was here for a work conference for 2 days so decided to book a room, room was basic but clean. I enjoyed the meeting room facilities that the hotel had to offer and refreshments they offered were great.
Was here for a work conference for 2 days so decided to book a room, room was basic but clean. I enjoyed the meeting room facilities that the hotel had to offer and refreshments they offered were great. Collapse
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