Welcome Break, one of the UK’s leading motorway service operators, has just completed a £1.7million refurbishment of the Days Inn Milton Keynes hotel at its Newport Pagnell site, located between junction 14 and 15 of the M1.
The site, which was the first service station accessible to all traffic in the UK, enjoyed a further £340,000 investment earlier this year opening both Harry Ramsden’s and Subway to customers.
The Days Inn Milton Keynes hotel has been transformed thanks to this considerable investment.
With no area left untouched the hotel now boasts 87 bedrooms with comfortable yet modern décor, as well as a licensed bar area for those keen to relax after a tiring journey.
The renovation sees the integration of a selection of bedrooms, originally located separately from the main hotel complex, into the wider building, ensuring customers can remain inside when moving between their room and the communal recreation areas.
As a further benefit of the investment, positions for nine new members of staff at a variety of levels have been created and filled by people in the local area, demonstrating Welcome Break’s dedication to providing employment in the communities surrounding its service stations.
“The refurbishment of our hotel at Newport Pagnell is the latest stage of our comprehensive 2015 investment programme which has also seen the launch of seven new food courts around the country, bringing the total number to 10,” said Rod McKie, CEO of Welcome Break .
“The Days Inn Milton Keynes hotel now provides customers with the warm, comfortable and rewarding experience that Welcome Break prides itself on and is the ideal place for tired travellers to stop off and enjoy some relaxation away from the motorway.”
For more information about Days Inn Milton Keynes or to book visit http://www.welcomebreak.co.uk/hotels/milton-keynes or call 01908 610878.