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Hotels near Heathrow Airport

As well as allowing you to fly anywhere, Heathrow airport has become a cosmopolitan hub, aimed to please anyone from anywhere in the world. If you’ve booked yourself a cheap London Heathrow hotel, this is a great place to spend your saved cash. Pamper yourself in Terminal 5’s Be Relax Spa, a great place to unwind after a long flight. For a pre-flight bite to eat, head to Gordon Ramsey restaurant, Plane Food, or if you’re in a rush grab a take-out box from one of our favourites, Caviar House and Prunier Seafood Bar. Then of course, there’s the duty-free shopping for luxury clothing (Alexander McQueen, Boss, Chanel etc.) and food and drink (World of Whiskies, Chocolate Box etc.). 

At lastminute.com, it's easy to find convenient Heathrow Airport hotels. If you're flying early in the morning and want to sleep as long as possible, or landing late at night and want to collapse into a nearby bed we've got the ideal solution. 

How to choose a great Hotel near Heathrow Airport?

The area around London's premier international airport is full of excellent accommodation options that cater to business travellers and families alike. Here are a few suggestions about how to find the best Heathrow Airport hotels.

  • Choose a luxury hotel - If you want to be pampered before you fly, that's not a problem. Many hotels near Heathrow Airport host spa facilities, gyms, beauty parlours and pools, allowing you to prepare in style.
  • Be close to your Heathrow terminal - Heathrow covers around five square miles, and travelling between terminals can be very time consuming. However, if you pick Heathrow Airport hotels close to the departure terminals, you can avoid the need to grapple with airport buses and walk straight to check-in.
  • Keep things simple with a budget hotel - There are some excellent no frills hotels near Heathrow Airport which focus on the essentials: good food, fast wi-fi, great service and comfortable lodging. Or skip breakfast and hit one of the many restaurants located in the airport.
  • Pick Heathrow Airport hotels for families - If you're in the Heathrow Airport for a couple of days with your family, pick hotels with shuttle buses to Legoland and easy access to the Heathrow Express, which takes 15 minutes to reach central London.
  • Stay in London and whizz to your Heathrow terminal - Instead of staying at Heathrow itself, you can also book hotels near London Paddington. That way, you can be close to the Heathrow Express terminal and easily make it to departures when you need to.

Tourist Attractions near Hethrow

If you’re spending a little time at Heathrow, it’s worth venturing out to the family friendly tourist attractions within a few hours of your London Heathrow hotel.

  • Chessington Zoo houses exotic animals from all over the world, as well as having its Sea Life centre, featuring interactive rock pools and feeding sessions. 
  • Children’s favourite Legoland Windsor is set in 150 acres of parkland, where the kids can tire themselves out as they make their way through the 55 different rides. 
  • If you’re more of a thrill seeker, enter Thorpe Park and jump on one of its many rides, guaranteed to get the adrenaline pumping.  

 

History Architecture

Booked a hotel near London Heathrow and feeling rather regal? Be sure to view the exhibits held in Windsor Castle, the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world, proudly displaying its collection of Royal art amongst outstanding architecture. For the adventurous we recommend visiting Hampton Court and getting lost in its famous maze, before spoiling yourself rotten in The Chocolate Kitchen, recently opened again after 300 years.

Parks

With London Heathrow being surrounded by over 200 green spaces on the border of the English countryside, you’ll be spoilt for choice where to spend a relaxing recreational afternoon.  We love a walk through Richmond Park, the largest royal park in London. Containing listed Georgian mansion Pembroke Lodge serving tea and light bites for lunch, it also holds the Isabella plantation, full of exotic plants while herds of Red and Fallow deer roam free.