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SECRET HOTELS HEATHROW AIRPORT

Choose to fly from Heathrow, the airport that handles more international passengers than any other across the globe. Situated just 14 miles from central London, Heathrow enjoys its status as the UK’s busiest airport due to its easily accessible location and state of the art terminals and facilities. With exceptional public transport links via national rail services, the London underground and extensive bus and coach services, Heathrow could not be easier to get to. If you’re flying to or from this premier international airport for business or pleasure why not book a night in a nearby Secret Hotel to remove the stresses and strains of travel? With a handpicked list of only the most exclusive hotels at unbelievable prices, it would be rude not to!

One of Heathrow’s greatest appeals is the sheer number of both domestic and international destinations it flies to accommodate a huge variety of carriers, from budget to luxury. The airport’s busiest international destinations include exotic holiday destinations to significant financial hubs worldwide, namely New York, Dubai, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Also host to the most premier airlines in the world including Emirates, British Airways, Qantas and Etihad, Heathrow offers an abundance of services and routes to suit any international passenger.

With an astounding 5 terminals, Heathrow accommodates its millions of passengers in both style and comfort. Boasting 85 stores offering tempting duty-free bargains from make-up and perfume to alcohol and indulgent chocolates, travellers are sure to be inundated with choice as to what to purchase for themselves or a loved one. The terminals also offer exclusive lounges so that passengers can relax and unwind in a quiet, serene environment before they take their flight. The Servisair Executive Lounge and the No 1 Traveller Lounge provide an escape from the crowds featuring complimentary drinks and snacks, free Wi-Fi, free newspapers and magazines and even a spa offering treatments and a nail bar.

Those traveling with families can make the most of the Family Lounge, numerous Play Areas and the abundance of baby changing facilities. With these dedicated areas for children to play in and parents to unburden themselves travelling with a young family is made simple.

With a variety of Secret Hotels situated on or near the Heathrow Airport complex choosing to spend a night to relax before or after your trip seems like an obvious choice. Our providers LowCostHoliday, Expedia, Hotwire Secret Hot Rate and lastminute.com endeavour to find the most exceptional hotels at irresistibly discounted rates, taking advantage of the fact that no hotel wants empty rooms. From premier executive hotels with exceptional business facilities to budget hotels offering comfort and convenience, Secret Hotels is sure to have a room to suit your every taste and need – just remember to keep it a secret!

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.

 

Luxurious hotel with spa near Windsor – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

Enjoy a stay in this superb luxurious hotel with spa near Windsor. The hotel has a range of excellent facilities and services on offer that will ensure you have an incredible trip. It has an airport shuttle service, banqueting facilities and Wi Fi. One incredible thing it has is its own spa where you can bask in relaxation therapies, beauty treatments and massage services. Leisure and fitness fanatics will be more than satisfied too. The hotel has a fitness centre, a jacuzzi, a whirlpool and a stream room where you can unwind. Your room is provided with cable TV and concierge services are available 24 hours. The hotel is outstanding for business due to its first rate business centre, executive lounge, conference rooms and excellent technology facilities such as video conferencing.

If you are travelling with children then your first point of call should be the Science Museum, which houses some absolutely fascinating exhibitions. Feel and see the foremost scientific inventions and discoveries of the last few centuries. For most exhibitions entrance is free. You should then stop off at the Victoria and Albert Museum, located nearby. This museum celebrates fantastic art and design from the past few millennia. The barrage of worldly artefacts is just unbelievable. Again, for most exhibitions entrance is free of charge.

Culture vultures should head to Trafalgar Square where they can admire the works on display at the National Gallery. There are many Western European art pieces from the 13th to 19th century exhibited, with key pieces by great artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Vincent Van Gogh.

Tourists will be in history heaven in this city. It has an incredibly fascinating past. One terrific historical attraction to visit is the world famous Tower of London. Learn about its immensely captivating history as a palace, prison and its role during wartime.

Football buffs need not worry, as there are plenty of opportunities to watch a game from the world’s biggest league, the Premiership. Head over to White Heart Lane for some first class football – here you can watch the famous Tottenham Hotspurs. Alternatively go to Stamford Bridge where you can watch Chelsea take on other Premiership titans in style.

Go to Baker Street and try the food on offer at Dinings restaurant. It is very popular so you will have to book a table. Eat to your heart’s content and enjoy the ravishing lunchtime sushi selection.

 

Experience luxury when in Heathrow – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

Experience luxury when in Heathrow at this superb four star hotel, which is suitably located for travellers due to its proximity to the airport. The rooms are pleasing to the eye and very comfortable. The hotel has a stupendous restaurant, which serves superb food. It also has a relaxing bar so you can take it easy after a long day in London. Furthermore the hotel is great for business due to its excellent meeting rooms. If you want to surf the web or need to check your email then do not worry as the hotel has Wi Fi. The staff are more than happy to help with any requests or assist with any problems. They can also provide you with advice on things to do in London.

If you are travelling with children head to Madame Tussauds where you will get to see waxwork models of the world’s most famous figures, past and present. The Marvel Superheroes models are a recent popular addition. Alternatively, Hamleys is the world’s oldest toy store, where children will truly be in their element. Here they can play with remote control cars and helicopters, and browse through hundreds and hundreds of other toys available for purchase.

If you want to go shopping for clothes and other luxurious items then take a trip to Harrods, the biggest department store in Europe. The huge variety of products to choose from is simply astounding. Harrods sells fashion goods, health and beauty products, homeware items and food and wine.

If you are in need of some good quality entertainment then look no further than the O2 Arena which regularly hosts the best performers in the music industry. The eclectic mix of mainstream artists that have played there is incredible – from Elton John to Deep Purple to Jay-Z, there is bound to be a concert worth attending. The venue also hosts great sporting events such as the tennis ATP World Tour Finals, which are played in September.

If your taste buds are craving a taste sensation then make sure you satisfy them by going to Moti Mahal, a marvellous Indian restaurant situated in Covent Garden. Here traditional and experimental dishes are served. I would also recommend Duke of Wellington which is situated on Baker Street. Here the chefs like to conduct experiments when making puddings. Try peculiar dishes such as beetroot and chocolate brownie with horseradish and mascarpone ice cream.

 

Luxury Heathrow htl with spa,close to airport – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

Come and stay at this fantastic luxury Heathrow hotel with spa,close to airport, making it convenient for those travelling by air. Kick back in your air conditioned room and take advantage of the great room service on offer. If you really want to take it easy then make the most of the massage parlour, the sauna and the steam room. Need a haircut? Then look no further as the hotel has its own superb hair salon. For fitness enthusiasts in need of a workout, there is a fitness centre at hand. In addition to all of these fantastic amenities the hotel is excellent for business due to its excellent business centre and conference rooms. The restaurant and bar are both stupendous. The delicious menu should definitely be ordered from-the head chef sure can cook!

Spending the day at Kew gardens is a great day out for the whole family. Bring a blanket and a picnic and you’re sorted. A whole day there would also leave plenty of time for exploration as well as relaxation. The gardens spread over 120 acres in total, and as a result they are home to the most ample selection of botanical plants in the world.

If you’re a betting person then take a trip to the Ascot racecourse. The Royal Ascot is the highlight of the racecourse’s calendar, and should be attended by any horse racing enthusiast. It is located in Ascot, Berkshire, a small town that is an hour or so away from London, and easily reached from this Secret Hotel.Whilst in Berkshire, you should go to Windsor, a town which is slightly closer to London than Ascot. Check out the British Royal Family associated Windsor Castle, Europe’s longest occupied palace. The grand historic architecture of the building is simply out of this world. History buffs will feel right at home here. Following William the Conqueror’s Norman invasion, the original castle was built in the 11th Century. This means that the castle has over ten centuries worth of history.

When in London, for food you should check out the Cellarium Cafe and Terrace, that is located in an old Westminster Abbey store house. Enjoy the scrumptious homemade cakes on offer. Traditional British grub is available there also. Afterwards make sure you pay a visit to the nearby Houses of Parliament.

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High end contemporary hotel & spa at Heathrow – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

If you are flying from Heathrow or planning a trip to London, then come and stay at this four star high end contemporary hotel and spa, that is located near Heathrow airport. The hotel has its own airport shuttle service available on request, making Heathrow easily accessible. Relax in an air conditioned room which has an en suite bathroom and cable TV. Take it easy at the spa which has a beauty treatment service, massage services, a jacuzzi, a steam room, a whirlpool and a sauna. The hotel also has its own leisure club for those in need of a workout. If you need some tranquillity then unwind in the hotel’s gardens. The hotel is superb for business use due to its first rate business centre. It is also child friendly.

If you want tranquillity on a large scale then visit Kew Gardens. Bring a picnic and a blanket and half the day has been planned already. A full day there would allow time to walk around the massive 120 acres of botanical gardens.

If you’re travelling with children then take them to Thorpe Park in Surrey, a fabulous theme park, which has 28 rides in total including 7 roller coasters and 4 water rides. Take a ride on the newly opened Swarm roller coaster which is inspired by a post apocalyptic future.

Why not go the whole nine yards and take the kids to Hamleys, the world’s oldest toy store? Explore 7 floors that contain over 50,000 toys. They are bound to have an absolutely field day there.

If you want to go shopping for luxurious items then go to Harrods, the biggest department store in Europe, where you will have a ball. The assortment of products offered is quite astonishing. In the evening, London has an eclectic nightlife to suit all tastes. Ministry of Sound is rated as one of the best clubs in the world by DJ Magazine, featuring world renowned DJ’s and an incredible sound system.

For food you must go to The Delaunay. The sandwich selection is ravishing. I recommend the brioche burger with French fries. If you are having a romantic meal there then definitely indulge in one of the fantastic starters that is offered. The steak tartare is out of this world. The service is excellent and the prices are affordable also.

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Deluxe hotel with fantastic bars and restaurants – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

This deluxe hotel with fantastic bars and restaurants is located nearby to Heathrow Airport and transportation to central London is easily accessible. Make the most of dry cleaning and laundry services, Wi Fi connection, a limousine service, the hotel’s restaurant and private dining for groups. Take it easy in your air conditioned room with cable TV, a computer and your own private bathroom. The hotel is absolutely splendid for business due to its first rate business centre and facilities. The leisure options on offer at the hotel are simply out of this world. There is a golf course, a health club, an indoor pool, a jacuzzi and if you fancy getting competitive there is a tennis court. The hotel is child friendly and provides an array of children’s programmes to keep them entertained. Accessible rooms are also available.

There’s so much to see in London, it’s impossible to run out of things to do. Your first point of call should be the London Eye, one of the world’s finest observation wheels. It is one of the most iconic landmarks of London’s skyline and from it you can view numerous landmarks across the city.

Culture vultures would be foolish not to check out the Tate Modern, an incredible national gallery that showcases contemporary and modern art from some of the world’s finest and most controversial artists – past and present – such as Damien Hirst and Claude Monet.

If you are travelling with children then take them to Madame Tussauds where they will get to meet waxwork models of athletes, musicians, Marvel superheroes, politicians and historical figures. From Spider-Man to Einstein, there really is a diverse collection here. There will be a model for everyone to enjoy.

For food head over to Baker Street and seek out the Dinings restaurant. You will probably have to book a table in advance due to its popularity. I would recommend indulging in the sumptuous lunchtime sushi selection. The mouth watering tastes of the menu will leave you wanting more and the staff will bend over backwards to make sure your meal is nothing less than excellent.

Another venue to go to on Baker Street is the Duke of Wellington, both a restaurant and a pub. The chefs like to experiment with their deserts so if you’re feeling adventurous try the quirky beetroot and chocolate brownie with horseradish and mascarpone ice cream.

 

Stay minutes from the terminal at great prices – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

This four star contemporary hotel allows guests to stay minutes from the terminal at great prices. Make use of the excellent services and facilities on offer at the hotel. Your room comes with air conditioning, cable TV, climate control, complimentary toiletries, double-glazed windows, an en-suite bathroom, high speed internet connection and a refrigerator. You can unwind after a hard day in the bar, or eat in the fantastic restaurant which has superb food and great staff. If you want to let off some steam then make the most of the hotel’s gym.

The first iconic landmark that has to be ticked off your list is the astounding Shard. It is a new building that has quickly become a key piece of architecture in the city. You can go to the top of the skyscraper to witness astonishingly unique views of London.

If you’re a sports fan then you’re in for a treat. Having recently hosted the 2012 Olympics London is a premiere destination for competitive sports events. Wimbledon, the world’s first ever tennis tournament, is held annually in southwest London. Here you can watch the best players in the world compete such as the Williams sisters, Novak Djokovic and Britain’s own Andy Murray. If football is your thing then you have plenty of options. Visit Wembley Stadium where England’s national team play. The final of the FA Cup, the world’s oldest competitive football tournament, is also held there annually. The stadium also occasionally hosts other events such as major concerts and NFL games. Another football stadium for you to check out is Emirates Stadium, home of the mighty Premiership club Arsenal.

Fans of theatre should attend Shakespeare’s Globe, an excellent venue where you can learn about the great playwright William Shakespeare and his masterpieces. Check the box office for the latest performances during your stay.

For food go to Moti Mahal, a splendid Indian restaurant, located in Covent Garden. The standard traditional dishes are served, as well as some more experimental ones. It may be pricey but the stupendous food and the atmosphere are both worth forking out for. A meal here will be the icing on the cake for your stay in London.

Those seeking a night on the town should hit up Fabric, one of the world’s best clubs according to DJ Magazine. A variety of amazing music is played here – from Hip-Hop to electro, the nights are perfectly eclectic.

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.

 

Luxury hotel at Heathrow with access to terminals – 4 star – London Heathrow Airport

Experience a luxury hotel at Heathrow with access to terminals. On your way to Heathrow airport, we recommend stopping off at this great four star hotel for a night. The rooms in this hotel are perfect for the weary traveller, with comfortable beds, cable television and a games consoles, there’s no way you can’t lie down and relax before you fly. Each room even has free internet access for guests to use, perfect for finishing work, or even for checking flight details last minute. To really make the most of the hotel’s facilities, we recommend you take a trip to the fitness centre, and have a dip in the lovely indoor pool. You can even book a deluxe massage to loosen up before a long flight. For business guests, the hotel’s business centre is perfect. There are conference rooms with sound equipment, overhead projectors and flipcharts- great for presentations!

The location of this hotel means that any of Heathrow’s terminals are never far. Relieve stress and avoid a rush by staying in this hotel the night before your flight, allowing you to leisurely travel to the airport by bus or car. Being a major international airport, the travel possibilities are limitless – Heathrow airport is used by over 90 airlines, flying to over 170 destinations worldwide, making it the perfect place to travel from, and this hotel the perfect place to stay when travelling.

Don’t miss out on some of the great places to visit around Heathrow – we particularly recommend visiting the Ascot Racecourse, a famous English racecourse located in the small town of Ascot, Berkshire. This majestic racecourse is one of the leading courses in the United Kingdom, hosting 9 of the 32 annual group 1 races. With the festive season on the way, make sure you visit the Ascot Christmas shopping village located on the Concourse level of the grandstand, it’s sure to provide a fantastic atmosphere, and will be perfect for a quick shop in-between games. At the racecourse, there’s also some fantastic options for fine dining; the racecourse’s talented group of chefs at the Parade Ring Restaurant produce traditional English dishes with a creative twist, and use only the finest, freshest, and locally sourced ingredients in each meal. For a more casual dining experience, visit the Bandstand Restaurant, a relaxing self-service restaurant offering a variety of global foods, salads and traditional favourites.

Make sure you book this hotel when travelling from Heathrow airport!

3 star – Secret Hotel in London Heathrow – 3 star – London Heathrow Airport

When travelling abroad, don’t miss out on this great hotel right near Heathrow airport. If you’re looking for a hotel near Heathrow airport, it’s hard to find a better deal anywhere. This 3 star Secret Hotel in London Heathrow provides top of the range rooms, provided with extra comfortable rollaway beds in order to really maximise space in your room. This hotel is also perfect for those who are working – wifi access is provided in this hotel, allowing you to send emails, finish work, or even just chat to friends! If you are in Heathrow on business, the business centre in this hotel is fully equipped with its own meeting rooms, perfect for presentations or group talks. The staff in the hotel are also always on hand, friendly and ready to help. Don’t hesitate to contact them if you have any issues regarding your stay in this great hotel.

Being right near one of the world’s most prominent and important international airports, this hotel is perfect for those looking to travel. We recommend staying in this hotel the night before you travel, and then using the Heathrow bus service, which goes to all of the terminals. Heathrow airport is also home to a number a fantastic duty free shops and dining facilities for travellers to enjoy before travelling. With over 90 airlines visiting over 170 different locations worldwide, this airport really is the ideal place to travel from.

With a hotel so close to central London, we recommend you take a day out in the majestic city – just take the underground from Heathrow airport to Piccadilly Circus, and explore the city. In this vast capital, there’s no limit to the number of activities for visitors. Why not have a ride on the London eye and enjoy the unbeatable view of the city? Or, take a trip to the British Museum, hosting a large array of artefacts and world art – it’s even free to all visitors. If you’re looking to shop in London, take the underground train to Oxford Street, Europe’s busiest shopping street, containing over 300 shops, including Debenhams, HMV, John Lewis and Selfridges. Visitors can also marvel at the amazing Christmas lights at Oxford Street, turned on by a celebrity to celebrate the festive season. It’s also worth taking a trip to Knightsbridge, and exploring the iconic shopping centre Harrods, containing everything from rugs to pets.

Don’t miss out on this hotel with great links to Heathrow airport!