Serviced Apartments in Milton Keynes
For serviced apartments Milton Keynes is truly unique. No other city in the United Kingdom has the design of a North American City with a history dating back to the Roman Empire.
Designated a new town in 1967 Milton Keynes is now over 50 years old and is the fastest growing city in the UK. With over 44 Million visitors to the shopping centres alone, Milton Keynes has become a tourist destination that is perfect for a day, short break or even longer. When looking for serviced apartments Milton Keynes is worth a visit.
Over 5,000 acres of parkland, rivers, lakes, and woodland provide breath-taking green spaces, with more than 22 million trees. The people of Milton Keynes are never more than half a mile away from a park. Being so close to parks and recreational spaces offers visitors a truly unique city experience. If water sports are your idea of fun, then a visit to Willen Lake is a must. Fancy walks, picnics or even proms in the park? Then Campbell Park is an ideal relaxation spot. Leave the car behind with 343km of dedicated bridleways, footpaths, and cycle tracks, making it easy to cycle around the city. Simply hire bikes from our Santander Cycle ports around the city.
Milton Keynes is a shopping mecca. The Centre:MK, intuMK, and Xscape welcome over 44 million visitors every year. From large department stores to small market stalls, high-end to high street you can find everything you want or need while shopping in Milton Keynes. The Centre:MK is the longest shopping mall in Europe, with over three miles of undercover shopping and 2000 car parking spaces in the centre of Milton Keynes, come rain or shine you can shop till you drop.
Proud to be diverse Milton Keynes has something to offer everyone. Contact us now to get the best rates for your booking.
City Apartments are proud to offer serviced apartments in Vizion. Vizion development is one of Milton Keynes most iconic apartment buildings. Boasting a secret rooftop garden in the Heart of Milton Keynes.
The Hub is an award-winning development, based in the heart of Milton Keynes. This vibrant city within a city has a wide range of bars and restaurants surrounding the water fountain public plaza.
Entertainment in Milton Keynes is fun for everyone
Snozone in Xscape boasts two 220ft high real snow slopes, topped up each day with fresh snow. Along with real snow, the Xscape is home to Cineworld a 16-screen cinema, The Casino MK, a bowling alley and plenty of shops and restaurants keep you going.
Gullivers Theme Park is a stone throw away from the City Centre. Designed for children this family theme park has year-round rides, shows, and attractions for the smaller members of your family. With so much to see and do Destination MK dedicates itself to promoting Milton Keynes and you can follow the link to discover all of the entertainment this thrilling city has to offer.
Bright lights BIG CITY!
Milton Keynes doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. With restaurants offering food from around the world Milton Keynes has a truly global feel, a foodie’s paradise to keep all tastes happy. The Hub is vibrant plaza surrounded by bars and restaurants and is the ideal location for an evening of entertainment. Dinner and a show? Head over to the 12th Street where you will find food and entertainment options and of course Milton Keynes Theatre. Milton Keynes Theatre is the busiest theatre in the UK outside of London’s West End. With a daily schedule of world-leading touring musicals, plays, and operas. Milton Keynes Theatre attracts some of the biggest stars in the world, from the stage and screen.
Proud of our sporting achievements
Milton Keynes loves sport, and you are invited to join in. Learn to Ski, take up ice skating or jump on a wakeboard, you can even become a professional badminton player at the National Badminton Centre.
If watching sport is your game then book a seat in the 30,000-seater stadium of the MK Dons, this stunning stadium of Milton Keynes treasured football team the MK Dons even hosted the Rugby World Cup in 2015. Our most recent sporting hero Gregg Rutherford, winning gold medals in the Olympic long jump was born in Milton Keynes and is still living here. Milton Keynes has even erected a statue in his honour.
Time to do business
Big businesses move to Milton Keynes. The fastest growing city in the UK has become a major player for large corporations. With the head offices of large companies such as Argos, Mercedes Benz, Domino’s Pizza, Red Bull racing plus many more, you can see why Milton Keynes economy is booming. With consistent above-average economic growth, it has been ranked as one of the most attractive places to do business outside of London.
Milton Keynes has a population of over 250,000 and it is expected to reach nearly 290,000 in the next 5 years. With 63% of the population between the age 25 to 65, Milton Keynes has one of the youngest populations in England and low levels of employment due to business growth and skilled workforce. Milton Keynes future is looking promising and with millions of pounds promised to development, Milton Keynes is the future of UK growth.
- Just off junction 13 and 14 of the M1
- Central Milton Keynes Station
- Milton Keynes Coach way
- Luton Airport 20 Minutes
- London Heathrow 45 Minutes
- Birmingham Airport 45 Minutes
- London Only 30 Minutes by train and 1-hour drive
- Birmingham only 45 Minutes by train and 1-hour drive
- Cambridge 1-hour drive
- Oxford 1-hour drive