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Slough in Berkshire has gained notoriety for being the location of the TV show The Office and being the subject of a poem by John Betjemen, but its reputation as merely a London satellite town is somewhat unfair and it has been growing in popularity in recent years due to its excellent transport links and thriving cultural scene.
Not only is Slough less than twenty minutes away from the centre of London by train, but it also features a thriving economy in its own right, with many multinational companies having bases there, including Mars, Telefonica and Lego group. The town is becoming increasingly known as a communications technology hub, and as such it sees a large number of business visitors throughout the year.
With great transport links to the capital and the wider UK, Slough is an ideal base of operations for those who need to travel around for work. It's plethora of attractions and nearby landmarks also make it an engaging and fun place to visit for leisure travellers.
Slough is a popular commuter town and features a host of different accommodation and lodging options. If you are planning a longer stay in the town, then it might be a better option to book into a serviced apartment, as this will afford you a great deal of flexibility whilst providing a level of privacy not seen with most large hotels.
Our properties exhibit some of the best accommodation facilities available in Slough. Whether you are looking for a luxury corporate apartment or a small studio, we can provide a venue that perfectly matches your requirements. Each is guaranteed to be furnished to impeccable standards and feature a host of mod cons including air conditioning and Wi-Fi as standard.
Slough is within easy reach of London city centre and Windsor, so many of the UK's most iconic landmarks are just a short journey away. There are numerous heritage sites in the vicinity, including of course Windsor Castle, as well as Dorney Court and and the 17th century Cliveden mansion. Slough’s library is known as the Curve and also acts as a cultural hub for the town, promoting local events and activities including live music, arts and entertainment. There are also plenty of open spaces, with Upton Court park, Herschel park and Salt Hill park all near the centre.
Slough also has several great places to shop. The high street features numerous popular retails as well as the Queensmere Observatory Shopping Centre, with over 120 shops ranging from fashion outlets to electronic goods stores. Then there is the Bath road shopping park, which has larger fashion and home goods stores.
Slough is exceptionally well-served by public transport. In fact, the town’s main railway station is something of a local landmark, with its French renaissance style and resident stuffed dog. Trains run into London up to seven times per hour in busy periods, with a journey time of as little as 18 minutes. There are also direct routes to Oxford, Windsor and Reading.
Slough also has great bus network coverage, with routes around the town centre and into nearby Uxbridge and Maidenhead. Most services are covered by the PlusBus card, which allows users to take unlimited journeys for a daily fair of as little as £1.99.
The centre of the town is easily explored on foot, with most of the shopping and nightlife areas located around the centre. However, Slough is also home to numerous taxis and private hire firms, which can be convenient for slightly longer journeys.