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Campanile Hotel
Bletchley
Buckinghamshire

MK2 2AU | View map

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Conveniently located for an overnight stay, this corporate hotel with modern facilities has easy access to the M1, Silverstone and other important routes. The hotel’s relaxing environment will suit a business or leisure stay on the south side of Milton Keynes, with the city centre just 10 minutes’ drive away. Milton Keynes is perfectly located for all visitors to the Midlands; situated 50 miles from London, 80 miles from Birmingham and 50 miles from Oxford and Cambridge.

Wi-Fi internet, satellite TV, ample free parking and conference rooms will prove useful amenities during your stay, whether you come to the Campanile for a night out, business, shopping or a visit to the Xscape attraction. You can simply relax and enjoy the quiet suburb of Bletchley.
For the benefit of corporate guests, the Campanile Hotel boasts purpose built and self-contained conference and training rooms. Hotel staff speak English, French, Dutch, German, Lithuanian, Polish and Hindi.
There are 2 disabled-friendly rooms, subject to availability.

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