Lexington by Berkshire Rooms

80 Lexington Railway Terrace Slough SL2 5GQ • From $107 Per Day
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  • Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Pets Considered
  • Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit

Property Details

About this property

"Lexington apartments are situated only a short walk from Slough’s vibrant town centre and Railway station. Close to Slough business parks, and well located for easy motorway and road access to Windsor, Reading, Maidenhead and London and its nearby airport. Within walking distance, you will find a variety of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. The apartments are situated in an ultra modern building, offering all the ease, comfort and security expected of modern serviced apartments.

This apartment is an ideal choice for guests who want a home from home experience with hotel services.
After a long day at work sit back, relax, take in a movie and take advantage of the full Sky HD TV or surf the net using your free WIFI.
Free parking is also included with the apartment.

Amenities

Dining Table and Chairs
Emergency Information In the Apartment
Fire Blanket
Flat Screen TVs
Free WiFi
Fridge Freezer
Kettle
Luggage Storage
Fully Equipped Kitchen
All apartments with in-unit washer/dryer
Weekly Housekeeping

Property Location

About Slough, UK

Learn About This Location

Slough is a city in Berkshire, 20 miles west of London. In 2011, it had a population of 140,200 and was the most ethnically diverse town in the United Kingdom outside London.

In 1086, William the Conqueror's Domesday Book lists some landowners in 'Upton', but the first recorded reference to Slough was in 1196. Most scholars think that the name came from the muddy land between Upton and Eton. It is home to the Slough Trading Estate, the largest privately owned industrial estate in Europe.

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