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Luton is a town in Bedfordshire which is home to one of the UK’s major airport. Whilst it may lack the aesthetics and attractions of some of the country’s tourist destinations, it is a portal to several major cities, surrounded by stunning countryside, and features a thriving and diverse cultural scene in its own right.
The south east midlands region is also subject to a major £256 million redevelopment programme, which seeks to double the size of its economy by 2050 and Luton is at the centre of such plans. The region is already seeing growth thanks to the high concentration of business and innovation assets including Luton Airport Enterprise Zone, which makes the town an important up-and-coming economy for the UK.
Just 30 miles from the centre of London, Luton’s soaring business scene and its established cultural identity mean it is an increasingly intriguing city that is attracting business and leisure visitors in equal numbers.
Luton is an up-and-coming town that possesses a wealth of cultural activities and places to enjoy, but choosing the right place to stay is key to getting the most out of your visit. Ease of access to the airport, a central location for work or somewhere within easy reach of the attractions on the outskirts of town are some of the main factors to consider when choosing the right area.
Our serviced apartments provide the perfect balance between function and freedom. Each is furnished to the highest standards, with fully equipped kitchens and a full complement of amenities, including WiFi and air conditioning. Serviced apartments are often the best and most cost effective means of accommodation for an extended stay, and our properties offer unparalleled comfort in Luton’s most sought after areas.
Luton and its surrounding area provide a wealth of cultural activities for young and old alike. Those with an interest in culture will find the Stockwood Discovery Centre and the Wardown Park Museum both offer immersive experiences of art and Luton heritage, or alternatively can visit the home of one of the 20th century’s most famous playwrights: George Bernard Shaw. Those seeking historical sites may wish to visit the 15th century Someries Castle in the nearby Parish of Hyde—complete with resident ghost.
There are also a surprising amount of parks and natural areas of beauty near Luton. Wardown and Stockwood parks have recreational areas and well kept grounds, whilst the Whipsnade Tree Cathedral is a local National Trust landmark with trees planted to resemble a medieval cathedral.
The Mall Luton is the place to go for shopping, with hundreds of retailers under one roof and offers customers a wide range of facilities and events to ensure a unique shopping experience for the whole family.
Luton is exceptionally well served by public transport, thanks to a recent £26m development scheme to improve access to key areas.
Taking the bus is undoubtedly the easiest way of getting around in Luton, with Arriva and Centrebus services providing comprehensive coverage of both the town centre and the surrounding areas. There’s also the Luton to Dunstable Busway - a guided bus connecting Luton to Dunstable, Houghton Regis and the Airport.
Luton is also served by three mainline railway stations, which offer services to anywhere in the UK via connections in central London. Plans are also being mooted for Thameslink to provide a 24-hour service between the town centre and the airport, which will certainly be a bonus for those using the city as a base for travelling on.