(2 star hotel)
from the airport
Easy to find
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easyHotel London Heathrow,
Directions- Leave the M4 at junction 4 and take the airport access road.
- At the next roundabout take the first exit onto the A4 Bath Road.
- At the Harlington Corner traffic lights turn left onto the A437 Harlington High Street, then turn right into Brickfield Lane.
- The hotel is at the bottom of the road.
Getting there by car:If youre arriving by car Exit the M25 to join the M4 eastbound and stay in the left lane to exit almost immediately at junction 4. Turn left at the first roundabout and immediately left again to join Sipson Road. Continue into the village of Sipson and at the roundabout turn left onto Sipson Lane. Youll pass the Little Harlington Playing Fields on your left before reaching the High Street, where youll turn left. Take the second right onto Brickfield Lane and youll see the distinctive Heathrow easyhotel at the end of the road, immediately in front of you.
Getting there by public transport:The nearest train station to the easyHotel is Hayes and Harlington, which has regular services to and from London Paddington. From the station its a 25-minute walk to the hotel, along Station Road and Harlington High Street. Although our recommendation would be to get the train to Heathrow rail station. From here, you can take the Heathrow Hoppa bus to the hotel. The H8 bus runs every 20 to 30 minutes from Terminal 1, between 4.17am and 11.38pm, and from Terminal 3 every 30 to 40 minutes between 4.22am and 11.43pm. Tickets cost £4 single or £7 return, if bought in advance, but £4.50 single and £8 return if purchased from the driver. Up to two children under 15 can travel free with a paying adult.
Getting to the airport from the easyHotel: Guests have a number of options when it comes to booking a taxi from the easyHotel to the airport. To get to terminals one and three, a saloon car is suitable for up to three passengers and one suitcase and will cost £7. An estate car is also available for three passengers and two suitcases and will cost £8.50, while an MPV, which is the right size for four passengers, and up to four suitcases, and will cost you £10.50.
To reach terminals four and five, the saloon car will cost £9, the estate will cost £12 and the MPV is £14. Please note that there will be an extra charge of £2.90 to allow the taxi to get through the entrance barriers for airport pick-up.