- Reviews: 3845
HOTELS NEAR AIRPORT: CHOICE IS GOOD
I never stayed there but Sheraton Skyline and Marriot as well as Radisson Blue are on Bath Road near Heathrow Airport. I was at Radisson Blue and took a walk to see the other two hotels nearby, both od which offered similar prices and similar amenities.
- Reviews: 1746
Comfort Inn: Very comfortable accomodation near Heathrow
This hotel which is a short bus ride away from Heathrow terminals is ideal for those with early morning flights to other continents. A good nights rest and very reasonable to boot
It always gives me pleasure when I can recognize the person behind the desk. On this repeat visit, I was lucky to see Mr Aung once again and it felt good
Sept 2011 price for a comfortable room with a double bed and a large bathroom with tea/coffee making facilities was 39 pounds.
- Reviews: 275
Hotel Sofitel: holiday before our holiday
This was such a great start to our break. Our car dropped us at the door, our luggage was taken up as we completed the paperwork.
The desk service was friendly and efficient.
In fact the service from every member of staff was friendly, helpful and appreciated by both of us.
An overnight stay before an early flight from Terminal 5 at Heathrow. This hotel has direct access to T5 ---just a brief push of the trolly!
We selected a mid-price room, paid for it months ahead and bought our own meals to suit our needs.
Good size room.
Two restaurants. We chose the more expensive of the two, the bistro.
We didn't have breakfast due to our veru early flight.
Club lounge ---with pre-dinner tasters. MMmmm.
- Reviews: 42
st brigittine convent, iver heath - nr heathrow: nun so good....
Only a few minutes from Heathrow airport, lies a branch of a religious order which does a sideline in bed and breakfast, here is me with some of the nuns in the morning.
the rooms are en-suite and available for singles or couple. comfortable, if a little spartan.
beautiful gardens surround this mock-tudor building which is very close to the pinewood film studios.
There can't be too many bed and breakfast establishments that have an attached catholic church.
also no TV, and books on swedish nuns
- Reviews: 126
St Giles Heathrow Hotel: overnight at Heathrow
A decent hotel for overnight if you're travelling to/from Heathrow and want to stay not too far from the airport,
especially if you're travelling early morning or late night. It's clean, rather large standard hotel, reminds me of the Ibis chain hotels if you know them.
Breakfast from 6:30.
There's train line nearby and you can hear the trains passing by, but that's acceptable, the windows isolate most of the sound outside. The staff is fair.
Overall I would stay again if in similar circumstances.
An alternative might be Heathrow Express train and one of the hotels in the Paddington area, but usually their standard would be lower or price higher. And the Heathrow Express does not run in the night.
A decent standard modern 3 star hotel.
Also rather convenient for Ascot, Hampton Court or Windsor.
There's also regular bus in front of the hotel that takes you to/from the airport every 10 minutes or so.
The bus trip is about 15 minutes.
The hotel has also it's own shuttle service every hour, which is slightly more expensive.
- Reviews: 2
Ramada Jarvis: Heathrow's worst hotel?
It stank, the staff were freindly, the rooms were terrible, it's expensive and the barman was like a character from Royston Vasey. Avoid at all costs. It's also not very close to Heathrow, and the nearest pub is a good 30 minutes walk away. But they do have a good shuttle service to the airport, which is nice.
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