Serviced Apartments in Maidenhead


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Microwave Oven
Washer / Dryer
Central Heating
Air Conditioning
Cots or Cribs
Work Desk
Private Garden
Secure Entry System
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Gas Safety Check
Electrical Safety Check
Fire Certificates
Wheelchair Accessible
Onsite Restaurant
Pet Friendly
Smoking Allowed
Car Parking

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Prices start from £49 per night and increase from there. Bear in mind that the type of apartment and number of guest will affect the overall price. Book Now .

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Some of the apartment buildings in Maidenhead will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full experience.

That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Maidenhead serviced apartments.

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Nestled on the south-western bank of the river Thames, the picturesque Berkshire town of Maidenhead offers a quintessential slice of classic British heritage.  A perfect blend of urban vibrancy and stunning natural surroundings, with the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just a short journey from the town centre, Maidenhead is a great place to enjoy a short break, as well as an ideal base for business. Its position in the leafy setting of the Thames Valley, less than an hour away from London city centre,  yields a vibrant, thriving destination, with plenty to see and do.

The town is also subject to investment and redevelopment, which will see its economy surge in the coming years, making Maidenhead an increasingly popular location for start-ups and SMEs.

Visitors to Maidenhead can effectively choose whether they want to stay in leafy countryside on the outskirts of the town, or in its lively centre. Choosing the right accommodation will depend on individual preference, as well as the nature of your trip. Whilst there are several hotels in the centre, if you really want to get a feel for the place you may wish to consider a serviced apartment in Maidenhead.

We offer the finest properties in the area, with a range of options to suit your needs. If you’d rather stay in a luxury apartment than a faceless hotel, then we can offer everything from self contained studio apartments to luxury corporate housing.

Culture & shopping in Maidenhead

With Windsor a short distance away and the surrounding countryside, Maidenhead has no shortage of parks, National Trust sites and places of historical interest. Cliveden is a 17th century manor house, the grounds and gardens of which are open to the public to enjoy a stroll around. Maidenhead also boasts fantastic parks and open spaces—Kidwells Park is a popular location among locals and hosts events throughout the year, including Maidenhead at the Movies and Maidenhead Carnival whilst Riverside gardens is very popular with families with its extensive lawns, park and crazy golf. In general the town has excellent leisure facilities including a cinema, leisure complex and a thriving arts centre at Norden Farm.

Nicholsons is the main shopping centre in the town, with several retailers conveniently located under one roof. Stores include two supermarkets—Iceland and Tesco—as well as several fashion retailers, including Top Shop, H&M, and Burton. Maidenhead high street also features a range of typical retailers, as well as several independent shops.

Getting around in Maidenhead

Maidenhead town is not especially large, so walking is often the simplest way of getting around—in fact, one of the town’s best features are the walking routes that can be taken down by the river. Anyone wanting to visit out-of-town attractions, such as the Chiltern Hills or nearby Windsor, will find local buses are reasonably priced and running regularly. Many of the routes are also covered by the PlusBus card, with allows unlimited travel for under £3 per day.

Maidenhead train station connects the town to most major UK cities with minimal changes, and London is less than 1 hour away direct, with several services per hour.