Welcome to Madison Hotel
The Madison Hotel and Conference Centre is a popular 3 star Swindon hotel, located
on the outskirts of Swindon. The Madison Hotel is ideal for business or family holidays
and makes an excellent base for visiting Stonehenge, the historic city of Bath,
Bowood House and the Cotswold Wildlife Park.
There are also a wide range of leisure facilities only 7 miles away from the Madison
Hotel which includes golf courses and a 12-screen cinema, plus free use of Nuffield
Health Club for all hotel guests - 3 miles from the Hotel.
Madison Hotel is:
- 10 minutes from junction 15 of the M4
- 10 minutes from Swindon town centre and railway station
- 20 minutes from the Cotswolds
- 45 minutes from Oxford
- 15 minutes from the McArthur Glenn Designer Outlet Village and Steam Railway Museum
The Madison Hotel and Conference Centre is also in a great location for enjoying
Swindon's fantastic shopping, with its famous designer outlet shopping, making it
an ideal location to get away from it all on a short break.
The Madison Hotel and Conference Centre has a delightful relaxing lobby with a fireplace
and hardwood floors, comfortable bedrooms and personal touches and charm to make
you feel at home.
Bedrooms & Suites
All of the 94 bedrooms have en-suite facilities and are available in a range of
types including doubles, twins, family rooms and suites.
The conference centre at the Madison Hotel near Swindon is located with easy access
to the M4 and M5 motorways and has plenty of free parking. The five meeting rooms
have a maximum capacity of 100 delegates and is the ideal Swindon business venue.
The Madison Hotel & Conference Centre, Swindon also holds a licence for civil
- Check in from 2pm
- Check-out by 11am
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
- Free Wi-Fi Internet
- Restaurant & Bar
- Golf Course
- Conference/Meeting Facilities
- All Public and Private spaces non-smoking
- Free on-site Car Parking
Hotels in Swindon
Swindon in Wiltshire, South West England is a large town which was originally a
small market town, used mainly for barter trade until the mid-1800s. Due to the
arrival of the Great Western Railway in 1840 a whole new town was created between
the new railway works and Swindon Hill. Today this is Swindon's Town Centre, whilst
the original Swindon is now known as Old Town.
The town centre is fully pedestrianised and offers both an indoor and outdoor shopping
experience including local markets and the McArthur Glen Designer Outlet, a vibrant
mix of traditional shops and pubs alongside modern outlets and stylish cafes and
bars, and attractions such as 'STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway'. Take
time to enjoy a relaxing stroll through Swindon's quiet courtyards and alleyways
or for something a bit more energetic enjoy a cycle ride around the abundance of
places to explore.
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hotels in Swindon
Hotels in Wiltshire
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