DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Swindon

Swindon Hotel
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DoubleTree by Hilton
Total Meeting Space1,200 sq. m
Guest Rooms171
Lydiard Fields, Great Western Way
Great Western Way
Swindon SN5 8UZ


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Green Tourism Bronze Award - 2010 VisitEngland 4* accredited hotel – 2013 Green Tourism Silver Award - 2013 Tripadvisor Excellence Award - 2012/2013


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club

Image Gallery


Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,200 sq. m
Meeting Rooms16
Largest Room390 sq. m
Second Largest Room139 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms171
Tax Rate20%




Local Attractions

Longleat Safari Park

1 Hour away
Longleat Safari Park, in Wiltshire, England was opened in 1966 and was the first drive-through safari park outside Africa.
Wiltshire, GB1 BA12 7NW

Bowood House

Historical Landmark
15 mi. away
Bowood House & Gardens, home of the Marquis and Marchioness of Lansdowne. Bowood offers a fantastic day out for all the family. Famous for one of the UK’s best Adventure Playgrounds, The whole family can relax in 100 acres of parkland, Brown offering a lake, arboretum, pinetum and cascade. Or visit the House itself which hosts a wealth of unique items from Queen Victoria’s wedding chair to Napoleon’s death mask and an extensive collection of paintings
Bowood House
Wiltshire, GB1

Steam Museum

3 mi. away
STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway is housed in a beautifully restored Grade II railway building in the heart of the former Swindon railway works. The Museum tells the story of the men and women who built, operated and travelled on the Great Western Railway - 'God’s Wonderful Railway' - a railway network that, through the pioneering vision and genius of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, was regarded as the most advanced in the world.
Fire Fly Avenue
Kemble Drive
Swindon, GB1 SN2 2EY


Historical Landmark
1 Hour away
Visit Iconic Stonehenge, part of Wiltshire's UNESCO World Heritage Site, which took 1500 years to build as it looks today! Lay upon the beautiful prehistoric green land and take in the wonder of Stonehenge. It is a great place for all family members to enjoy and create memories to take back home and share with your friends and other family members. Watch the sunset over this magnificent monument before heading back to the hotel.
Stonehenge, GB1

Lydiard Country Park & House

5 minutes away
Lydiard Park is a beautiful historic parkland on the western edge of Swindon. The Palladian house, walled garden, parkland and children's play area offer something for everyone, all year round. With a programme of special events and the changing nature of the seasons, there's always something new to enjoy on a visit here.
Lydiard Tregoze
Swindon, GB1 SN5 3PA

Historic Marlborough

Historical Landmark
15 minutes away
Marlborough, in the north east corner of Wiltshire, is the archetypical English market town — a place where coins were minted in Norman times, Tudor kings hunted for deer and where coaches heading west from London stopped to feed and water their horses. It would seem therefore, that Marlborough was at the heart of things in days gone by. And although Britain's coins are now turned out in London, the coaches fill up with diesel and your venison comes straight from one of the town's splendid butchers, Marlborough still has buzz about it. There's plenty of accommodation, excellent shopping and a wide choice of places to eat. So all in all, Marlborough is a great place for a long or short weekend break at any time of the year. Because Marlborough is a market town, yes you guessed it, on Saturdays and Wednesdays the High Street hosts a market selling all kinds of stuff from locally grown produce, to pots, plants, pashminas and pottery. A number of continental markets also descend on the town, but mainly in the summer months.

Swindon Designer Outlet

3 mi. away
With more than 90 stores, cafés and restaurants, McArthurGlen’s Swindon Designer Outlet is one of Europe’s largest undercover centres, where you can find your favourite labels with price reductions of up to 60%, all year round. Easy to reach from London and the Southwest, our Designer Outlet is housed within the Grade 11 Listed building of the former Great Western Railway Works.
Kemble Drive
Swindon, GB1 SN2 2DY

Lacock Village

Historical Landmark
20 mi. away
You really have to rub your eyes and ask ‘Am I living in the 21st century?’ That’s the Lacock effect for you. Lacock is a timeless, traditional English village that looks like it has just stepped out of medieval times. Or the pages of Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice or JK Rowling’s Harry Potter novels. This National Trust village is – as you would expect – perfectly preserved, with a wealth of centuries-old buildings and period features. Nothing is allowed to interfere with its looks, not even TV aerials or overhead cables. No wonder, then, that it’s the star of many movies and period dramas, including Cranford, Larkrise to Candleford and the adventures of a certain wizard from Hogwarts School. Lacock doesn’t need to dress up for the occasion. All it has to do is be itself. And in doing so it extends a unique welcome as one of the most picturesque villages on the planet. Many visitors will already be aware that the village is home to beautiful Lacock Abbey and the famous Fox Talbot photography museum. But those should be just the start of your exploration. For the full Lacock experience you need to wander along from the abbey into streets brimful of historic interest and individual businesses – quality places to shop and eat – that fit Lacock like a glove.

Distance from Airport

  • 72.42 km from Venue

Getting Here

Directions From Bristol Airport (BRS): Take the M5 South to junction 15. Change onto the M4 East until junction 16. The Hotel is situated on the first exit of the roundabout in Lydiard Fields 72 KM/45 MILES Drive Time: 50 min. Directions From Heathrow Airport (LHR): Take the M4 West until junction 16. The Hotel is located on the fourth exit of the roundabout in Lydiard Fields. 96 KM/60 MILES Drive Time: 60 min. Directions From Gatwick Airport (LGW): Take the M25 until junction 15. Change onto the M4 West until junction 16. The hotel is located on the fourth exit of the roundabout in Lydiard Fields. 201 KM/125 MILES Direction From Swindon Rail station: Take A3102 going past Windmill Business Park. DoubleTree by Hilton Swindon is located on the right-hand side. 7 KM/4.4 MILES Drive Time:18 min.


Located off Jct 16, M4 motorway, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Swindon is within 10 miles of the World Heritage Site of Avebury and Stonehenge and just 10 miles from the glorious Cotswolds. Close to the Windmill Hill and Blagrove business areas, home to RWE, Alcatel-Lucent, Nationwide, Catalent and BNP Paribas to name a few. Explore nearby Swindon attractions before dining on modern British cuisine in the contemporary Larder Restaurant. Enjoy a cocktail or glass of wine at the Larder Bar, or relax with a cappuccino in Costa Coffee or unwind in the 24 hour express gym. The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Swindon is just 3 miles from Swindon town centre, home of Zurich Insurance, BT, Capita, National Trust, McArthur Glen Designer Outlet, STEAM railway museum and the National Archives. Swindon train station is just 3 miles away and Heathrow Airport is less than 60 miles away.

Cancellation Policy

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Additional Information

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Swindon is situated west of the town center, just off the M4 motorway. It is close to Chippenham and Marlborough and surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in England. Bristol Airport (45 miles) Heathrow Airport (60 miles) Swindon Train Station - 5 to 10 mins. away


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