(4 star hotel)
from the airport
Taxi into secured parking
The Arora hotel at Heathrow airport has parking underneath the hotel, which is free during your stay. While youre away the hotel offers secured parking packages. Leave your keys at reception and hotel staff will move your car to a car park thats protected by entry and exit barriers and CCTV. By the time you return, your car will have been moved back to the on-site car park for you, so you can collect your keys and be on your way.
Official Heathrow Long Stay parking
Alternatively, you could book a parking package combining your stay at the hotel with parking at the official Long Stay car park run by the airport. This lower-priced package offers free transfers, but you will need to make your way from the hotel to the car park before you head to the terminal.
Heathrow Hotel Bath Road room-only procedures
On the day of your stay:
Make your way to the hotel. Detailed driving instructions and a postcode for satnavs will be on your confirmation email. Overnight parking is available from £12 per car if you need it.
Getting to the airport from the hotel:
The Heathrow Hoppa shuttle bus runs regularly to all terminals during the airport’s opening hours.
To get to T2 or T3:
From terminals 2 and 3, you’ll need to get the bus H4. The first bus from Terminal 2 is at 4:57am and then every 20-30 minutes until 11:34pm. From Terminal 3 the first bus is at 4:52am and then every 20 minutes until 11:49pm.
To get to T4 or T5:
If you’re going from terminals 4 or 5, you’ll need the H54 bus. The first one from Terminal 4 is 5:00am, then every half an hour until 11:30pm. From Terminal 5 they go from 5:11am every 30 minutes until 11:41pm.
Tickets cost £6 per person one way and £11 return. Up to 2 children under 15 can travel free with a paying adult.
To make life easier, we've automatically added Hoppa tickets to your basket - you'll see them on the next page. This adds an extra charge to your booking, but if you'd like to make other plans, you can remove them by clicking the link underneath.