Great airport hotel - easy access to all terminals - 3 star - London Heathrow Airport

Great airport hotel – easy access to all terminals – 3 star – London Heathrow Airport

Great airport hotel – easy access to all terminals – 3 star – London Heathrow Airport

This great airport hotel benefits from easy access to all terminals at Heathrow. This makes it an excellent location if you want a stress free trip to the airport when you have an early morning flight. Take it easy in your spacious room that is provided with air conditioning, a flat screen LCD TV, double-glazed windows, an en suite bathroom and high speed internet connection. There is also an excellent business centre that has faxing and photocopying facilities. The staff are extremely pleasant and will bend over backwards to ensure that your stay is an enjoyable one. The hotel has a great restaurant and a relaxing bar. It also has accessible rooms for the disabled.

In London the opportunities for incredible cultural experiences are endless. Art enthusiasts must attend the Tate Modern, a superb national gallery that showcases some of the finest art in history. The restaurants in the gallery provide tourists and locals with spectacular views of London.

If you want more art and culture then go to Cadogan Hall. It is a stunning auditorium that lies in the centre of Chelsea with stained glass windows, and regularly hosts an eclectic mix of live music including folk, classical and jazz. It’s such a prestigious venue that some of the BBC Proms concerts are held here.

If you are with children then take them to the outstanding Natural History Museum. Here they can view incredible dinosaur skeletons, including that of a huge Diplodocus. There are special exhibitions that require a ticket to be purchased, but besides these entrance is free for all.

For food you should head to the Cellarium Cafe and Terrace. It is situated in a very old Westminster Abbey store house. You can enjoy fresh crunchy salads and indulge in delicious homemade cakes. Traditional Sunday roasts and British cuisine are also served and afterwards why not check out the Houses of Parliament which are just a stones throw away. It’s also where you’ll find Big Ben, probably the most iconic British building of all time and the world’s biggest four-faced chiming clock.

If you want a top class night out then head to Ministry of Sound, which was recently ranked as one of the world’s best clubs in DJ Magazine. Some of the world’s biggest DJs such as David Guetta, Pete Tong and Erick Morillo have played there. The atmosphere is always electric, and it will definitely be the icing on the cake for your London experience.