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The International Composites Summit takes place at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.

Milton Keynes is the centre point between London, Birmingham, Oxford, and Cambridge. We’re just 35 minutes by train from Central London, and well-served by London Luton airport, just over half an hour’s drive away.

Nearest Hotels:

For your convenience, here are a few hotels located near Marshall Arena:

  • DoubleTree by Hilton Milton Keynes: This modern hotel offers stylish rooms, on-site restaurants including a Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, a gym, and pitch views from some rooms. (Hotel website: (link to DoubleTree by Hilton Milton Keynes website with any code we have or special link)
  • Travelodge Milton Keynes Central: This straightforward budget hotel offers casual rooms, complimentary Wi-Fi, and parking, and is just a short walk from the venue. (Hotel website: link to Travelodge Milton Keynes Central website)
  • Jurys Inn Milton Keynes: This modern hotel boasts stylish rooms, a restaurant, a bar, and a leisure centre, all within a 15-minute walk of Marshall Arena. (Hotel website: link to Jurys Inn Milton Keynes website)

Many other hotels are located within a short drive or taxi ride from the venue. You can find a wider selection of hotels using online booking platforms or searching the web for “hotels near Marshall Arena Milton Keynes.”

Accessibility:

Marshall Arena is committed to providing a great experience for everyone. Accessible parking spaces are available on-site, and all areas of the venue are accessible by lift.

Need More Information?

For further details on getting to Marshall Arena, including timetables and accessibility information, please visit the Stadium MK website: https://www.stadiummk.com/.

Stadium MK
Marshall Arena Stadium Way West, Milton Keynes, Bletchley, England - MK1 1ST United Kingdom

Getting Here:

By Car:

Marshall Arena is conveniently located with easy access to major roads.

  • From the M1 motorway, take junction 14 and follow the A421 towards Milton Keynes. Take the exit for Stadium MK and follow signs for the venue.
  • From the A5, follow signs for Milton Keynes and then Stadium MK.

By Public Transport:

Train:

Milton Keynes Central Station is well-connected to major cities across the UK. From the station, you can easily reach Marshall Arena. On arriving at the station, you will need to take a bus or taxi to the event.

Bus: Take a direct bus departing every 15 minutes from Central Railway Station to Stadium MK. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes.

Taxi: A taxi ride from Milton Keynes Central Station to Marshall Arena takes about 10 minutes. Here are a couple of local taxi companies you can contact:

  • Milton Keynes Central Taxis: +44 (0) 1908 666666
  • MK City Taxis: +44 (0) 1908 555555

Bus:

Regular buses operated by Arriva UK run from Milton Keynes city centre to the Marshall Arena. The journey takes about 25 minutes, with buses departing every 15 minutes from The Point stop. Bus numbers 1, 19 & 150 all stop at the Marshall Arena.

Parking:

There are 1,450 parking spaces around Stadium MK, so there are plenty to choose from. Charges apply.

Unless given specific parking instructions park in the nearest available car park. Please note on Stadium MK event days, such as Football matchdays car park management may be in effect, in such events stewards will be on hand to direct you. Do not park in car parks specifically designated for Fitness First, MK1 Retail and Leisure parks, and ASDA as these are independent to Stadium MK and are reserved exclusively for patrons of their respective businesses. These areas utilise automated number plate recognition; non-patrons and cars parked for longer than the maximum permitted period will be fined. Stadium MK cannot accept responsibility for any parking fines given by third party businesses such as Fitness First.

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