Excellent location "free buses to all terminals" - 4 star - London Heathrow Airport

Excellent location “free buses to all terminals” – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

Excellent location “free buses to all terminals” – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

This great 4 star hotel provides services that will satisfy the needs of every guest. It’s excellent location ensures guests get free buses to all terminals at London Heathrow Airport. Rooms in this hotel are sure to impress, with excellent facilities such as a television in each room to entertain guests, and the private en-suite bathroom even contains complementary toiletries for peace of mind. Guests can also enjoy tea and coffee facilities in each room, as well as an excellent room service provided by the hotel. If you’re away on business, you’ll find the high speed internet connection available in each room to be extremely beneficial. The hotel itself is also perfect for those on business – the business centre in this hotel pulls out all of the stops, with a computer for guests, conference rooms, and a fax machine to use at your convenience. If you’re visiting to get away from work, you’ll be pleased to hear of the equally great leisure facilities provided in the hotel’s fitness centre, and the availability of brilliant spa treatments.

The hotel’s brilliant location makes it perfect for those travelling abroad from one of the world’s busiest and most used international airport. Perhaps most useful is the free bus service to all of the terminals that can be caught right from the hotel. These great features allows those travelling to remove the stress and worry that comes alongside air travel, by avoiding the morning rush to the airport. Instead, travellers can spend a night of relaxation in the brilliant hotel, and then easily head to any of Heathrow’s terminals right from the four star property.

When in Heathrow, we recommend you take a trip down to Hampton Court Palace, a royal palace in the London borough of Richmond upon Thames, in the historic county of Middlesex. This amazing palace is a wealth of history, being inhabited by the Royal family back in the 18th century, and massively rebuilt and enlarged by King William III. The palace is now open to the public and serves as a major tourist attraction. Visitors can enjoy the Palace and Gardens themselves, or even visit the celebrated maze, historic tennis courts, and huge grape vine, claimed to be the largest in the world. We recommend you join one of the fantastic tours that the palace offers, for an authentic Tudor experience that promises a fantastic insight into the British history and culture.