London Heathrow Airport Hotels
London Heathrow Airport: Terminal 1, Greater London TW6 1AP, United Kingdom
Why travelers visit London: Big Ben, Natural History Museum, Westminster Abbey, central London, Globe Theatre, and popular football clubs, Chelsea F.C. and Arsenal F.C.
Know Before You Go: London Heathrow Airport
- On average, 191,200 passengers fly through LHR each day.
- Heathrow hosts special events, including showing national rugby games. Check the special events page on heathrowairport.com.
- Wi-Fi is available throughout each terminal – the first 45 minutes are free. If you want more Wi-Fi time, you can pay-as-you-go.
- The No. 1 Traveller Lounge & Spa in Terminal 3 offers guests 25-minute massages, manicures, and pedicures and offers an innovative idea – bedrooms for passengers with at least 3 hours between flights to catch a nap! Sweet dreams!
- And believe it or not, Terminal 5 has an art gallery! The T5 Gallery provides relaxation and inspiration to travelers with art from international young emerging artists.
- Got a smartphone? The Heathrow Airport app is a great way to get information and get it quickly. Download the app for free for iPhone, Android, or Blackberry. Airport guides, flight information, and more are just a click away on your smartphone.
- E-passport gates make arrivals easy. Simply scan your e-passport at the barrier. The system runs a face-recognition check against the chip in your passport, then if you’re eligible to enter the UK the gate opens automatically – all in a matter of seconds. You need to be over 18 and have an e-passport.
- Heathrow Express is an airport rail link between London Heathrow Airport and London Paddington railway station. The service carries an average of 16,000 passengers a day. Heathrow Express also has a train ticket app, allowing customers to purchase and receive tickets direct to their smartphone.
- Staying near the airport? The Hotel Hoppa transfer bus makes your travels between nearby hotels and the airport a breeze. Tickets are £4 each way for adults.
- You can visit the official Heathrow page for more information.
Where To Stay
1.0 mile from Heathrow Airport (LHR)
This Holiday Inn London Heathrow is a very unique airport hotel because of its style and architecture. The 4-story building is filled with comfortable rooms and amenities waiting to make you feel at home. Its location is also something to boast about as it sits near the London Heathrow Airport, giving you ample access which makes it one of the best Heathrow hotels.
1.2 miles from Heathrow Airport (LHR)
When you sleep at the Holiday Inn London Heathrow M4 Jct 4, you sleep in absolute comfort. This Heathrow airport hotel has a brisk feel about it, designed to make you feel cozy. Its location is superb as it puts you about 5 minutes from the London Heathrow Airport. You’ll also enjoy the bountiful amenities. Book this and other hotels near Heathrow Airport online today.
Airport hotel reservations by phone: 1-866-966-3042
About London Heathrow Airport
Located less than 20 miles from the center of London you’ll find London Heathrow Airport. With two runways and five terminals, the airport sees more than 190,000 between both arrivals and departures on a daily basis. Passengers can find overnight accommodations at one of the hotels near London Heathrow Airport, such as the Crowne Plaza or Holiday Inn. Many of the visitors are commuting to and from New York City, Dubai, Amsterdam, Dublin and Frankfurt.
Over the last several years, Heathrow has been looking to improve travelers experiences. To start, Terminal 5 was completely refurbished, while Terminals 1, 3 and 4 also made extensive improvements. In June 2014, lucky visitors will find a newly constructed Terminal 2, complete with partner airlines that are located closer together – limiting the amount of stress passengers experience when rushing to catch a connecting flight. At the heart of it all, Heathrow has made sustainability a focal point of their construction.
Welcome to London
Heathrow isn’t the only way to commute to London; in fact, there are a total of five international airports in close proximity to the city. Many vacationers opt to take the high-speed Eurostar rail to enter the capital of Britain as well. During your stay, you’ll find that London is a cultural mecca. In fact, nearly 230 different languages are spoken in this region, making it a welcoming destination for travelers from around the globe.
If you’re visiting for business or pleasure, London is sure to accommodate all of your needs. Thanks to the Tube, red buses and black taxis, it’s easy to hop around the city, locating all of the wonderful sites. Many tourists enjoy family holidays to the destination, as there are an abundance of kid-friendly attractions to explore. As such a hot spot for travel, London is sure to provide something to do and see no matter what time of year you visit. Just be sure to check the local weather forecast before packing your bags.
Plan Your Trip
Things to Do in London
When it comes to finding things to do during your stay in London, you’re likely to have a checklist of must-see destinations in mind. In addition to swinging by places like the British, Natural History, Science and National Maritime museums – all of which are free – you may want to set out on foot to really explore what the locale has to offer. Those who love history and a good pint will enjoy the Great Greenwich Pub Tour, a walking tour that explores some of the most historic pubs in the city. You’ll even make a stop at the Trafalgar Tavern, which is located along the river and was a common spot for Charles Dickens to quaff. There are also bus and bike tours of London, where you’ll experience some of the best- and least-known attractions in the city.
During your London getaway, there’s no doubt that you’ll be dining around town, looking for the best of local flavors. While in this capital city, you’ll find food fare from around the world. At Cocoro, you can enjoy a number of Japanese staples, such as the pork bone-based tonkotsu. The quaint restaurant is tucked in on a side road off of New Oxford Street. If you’re on the go museum hopping, Bunnychow, a African Asian fast food spot, is the ideal pit stop to make. The delicious, fresh-baked loaves are filled with everything from baked beans to pulled pork to curries. Depending on what part of London you find yourself in at the end of the evening, there’s a great nightlife to explore. Great pubs to check out include Harp in Covent Garden and Fox & Anchor in Clerkenwell.