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Maidenhead

From £75 per night
0.1 miles

In the centre of Maidenhead, Queen Street Serviced Apartments provide studio, one and two bedroom accommodation in a building with superb communal facilities. Designed to give guests their own well-lit space and a level of independence not always possible away from home, the apartments all have a fully equipped kitchen and in-apartment laundry facilities. Sky TV and free Wi-Fi also comes as standard and, for those travelling to London or other areas, limited on-site parking will be another bonus.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Maidenhead

From £95 per night
0.2 miles

Spur House Serviced Apartments comprise of a range of one and two bedroom accommodation in the heart of Maidenhead. Well-positioned for the M4 corridor and close to the local rail and bus station, these fully furnished apartments are the perfect option for business professionals looking for fast access to London and the wider area. Guests staying in Spur House will have the perfect alternative to a hotel with increased space and flexibility, and all the advantages of living near a town centre.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Maidenhead

From £131 per night
0.2 miles

Athena Court Serviced Apartments comprise of fully furnished accommodation equipped with everything corporate guests should require for a relaxing stay. With a convenient location, Wi-Fi internet, weekly housekeeping and a fully-equipped kitchen included, guests will be able to easily work and relax in peace whilst they stay in these modern Maidenhead serviced apartments. There are well-proportioned bedrooms and private balconies, as well as car parking available on request.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Maidenhead

From £127 per night
0.3 miles

These top floor apartments provide a modern home-from-home for guests whilst away on business. The fully-equipped kitchens enable guests to cook and dine independently whilst the cosmopolitan living rooms include flat-screen televisions with a Smart TV. Unlimited Wi-Fi internet access is available and a work station is situated in the living area. The two bedroom, two bathroom configuration suits business travellers well as each individual can maintain their privacy and benefit from their own double bedroom.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Maidenhead

From £131 per night
0.3 miles

The Park View Serviced Apartments are situated overlooking Grenfell Park and the town of Maidenhead, guests will find a stylish environment to relax and unwind, whilst being in the centre of town. Each apartment is furnished with contemporary furnishings, the modern kitchens are fully fitted with all the cooking utensils and appliances, with Freeview TV and WiFi internet included. The property has electronic security gates and an allocated undercover car park, available on request.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Maidenhead

From £90 per night
0.3 miles

Hendry Court Serviced Apartments are part of an exclusive modern development, offering an exceptional standard of serviced accommodation for business and leisure. Beautifully furnished in a neutral and relaxing theme, guests can relax in this home from home environment, selected apartments benefit from allocated off street parking. Hendry Court is in a prime position off a tree lined street whilst within close distance of Maidenhead railway station.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Maidenhead

From £102 per night
0.6 miles

Burghley Court Serviced Apartments offer stylish one, two and three bedroom apartments centrally located in Maidenhead, guests will be a short walk from Maidenhead’s railway station and the town centre. The kitchens feature fully integrated, stainless steel appliances and all of the necessary cooking tools. Each apartment has secure entry access and a weekly housekeeping service supplying fresh linen and towels. Guests can enjoy a communal roof terrace and car parking is available on request.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Maidenhead

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Maidenhead is within the ideal commuting distance of London, as well as making an excellent base for travel towards Bristol and Wales and down to the south coast.


About Maidenhead

Close to Windsor and the major road route of the M4, Maidenhead is within the ideal commuting distance of London, as well as making an excellent base for travel towards Bristol and Wales and down to the south coast. The town is quite a hub for both the pharmaceutical and telecommunications industries, being able to boast such names as Glaxo SmithKline, Blackberry and Adobe Systems, and this leads to a demand for Maidenhead corporate accommodation. With the proximity of major tourist attractions, serviced apartments in Maidenhead are an excellent solution for leisure visitors as well.

A large town of over 70,000 people, Maidenhead has the best of both worlds, with the array of facilities and amenities afforded to a sizeable population centre while also being surrounded by some beautiful countryside and attractive riverside locations where the Thames runs past along the eastern edge of the town. Nicholson’s Shopping Centre dominates a large portion of the town centre and it includes an excellent range of shops, covering many of the more popular clothing brands. There is also a good selection of independent shops for short stay visitors to Maidenhead to explore, as well as regular local and visiting markets, while the town centre benefits from plenty of free parking on a Sunday.

Although the shopping centre does have some eateries, the broader choice seems to come as you move out onto the High Street, with Bridge Street and its adjoining roads providing the best single takeout concentration. However, if you want to do lunch in Maidenhead properly, it’s probably worth heading the mile or so out of the centre and down to the riverside and checking out one of the options there, such as The Blue River Café, which lies right next to the water and is perfect for taking a stroll before or after your meal.

There is plenty to do in Maidenhead itself, with the town being home to an Odeon cinema, having its own heritage centre covering the area’s history back to pre-Roman times and also having a go-kart track just the other side of the railway. However, much of the appeal of a self-catering stay in Maidenhead has to do with what lies nearby. Firstly, there is Windsor, which is about five miles roughly southeast on the other side of the M4. Home to the royal castle, it is among the UK’s most popular tourist attractions. The there is Legoland Windsor, a popular theme park, especially for those with young children. Another popular theme park, Thorpe Park, is about 12 miles away and reachable by the M4 and then M25.

And finally, there’s London itself, which has a host of attractions and is the UK’s premier business centre. This is where Maidenhead’s excellent transport connections come into play. The town is bordered by the M4 to the south with junctions 8 and 9 serving it, while the A4 runs right through the centre of Maidenhead. Eventually, around Chiswick, the M4 essentially merges into the A4 as it finishes, continuing through Hammersmith, South Kensington and beyond. Maidenhead’s train station runs typically six to eight services into London Paddington and hour in the busier parts of the day and, depending on the service, can take from as little as about 20 minutes up to almost 50 minutes. The proximity to the M4 also makes Maidenhead perfect for London Heathrow Airport, with a car journey to the airport typically taking about less than a half an hour.