Mercure London Heathrow

Shepiston Lane, Hayes, Middlesex UB3 1LP

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Customers' rating: Rated 'Great' by 82 guests

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(4 star hotel)
 
£70.30*
room-only
£89.00*
including 8 days parking
2 miles
from the airport
76 370 8/10
customer rating

Enjoy knowing your car's safe

If you need somewhere to park your car while you're on holiday, we've two packages at Mercure London Heathrow which include parking for up to 15 days. You can leave your car either in the hotel car park or the Long Stay car park at terminals 1 and 3.

Leaving your car in the hotel car park is the more convenient option: you just catch the Heathrow Hoppa to the terminal in the morning, and back to the hotel again at the end of your holiday to pick your car up. Part of the car park is under cover - so if you get a space here your car will be out of the rain - and the car park is protected by barriers, CCTV and hourly patrols by members of staff.

Mercure London Heathrow 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 booking confirmation. Overnight parking is available for £16 per car.

Getting to the airport from the hotel

A taxi to Terminal 1, 2 and 3 takes around 10 to 15 minutes and costs £20 for two. To Terminal 4 and 5, it takes around 15 to 20 minutes and costs £25 for two.

Mercure London Heathrow with hotel parking

On the day of your stay

Make your way to the hotel. Directions and a postcode for satnavs will be on your booking confirmation. Overnight parking is available for £10 per car.

Getting to the airport from the hotel

A taxi to the airport takes between 5-20 minutes depending on which terminal you're flying from.

A taxi for two costs £12 to Terminal 2 & 3, £16 to Terminal 5 and £18 to Terminal 4.

Coming home

Return to the hotel - you'll need to pay again on your return.

Mercure with parking at Long Stay 2 and 3

Park at the hotel car park overnight, which is included in the price. On the morning of your flight, drive to Long Stay where you'll leave your car. Transfers to terminals 2 and 3 are supplied by the car park, however if you need to get to terminals 4 or 5, you'll need to use the Heathrow Express. It runs from 05:10 Monday to Saturday and from 06:25 on Sundays.

Mercure Heathrow with Blue Circle Meet & Greet

On the day of your stay

Make your way to the hotel. Directions and a postcode for satnavs will be on your confirmation. Overnight parking at the hotel isn't included in the price - it costs £16.

Getting to the airport from the hotel

When you're 15 to 20 minutes away from the airport give the car park a call to let them know you're on your way. Make sure you arrive between 4am and midnight.

Head to the designated Blue Circle desk in the Short Stay car park where friendly chauffeurs will be waiting to take your car. Give them your booking confirmation and car keys, as well as your return flight information.

From there, it's a short walk to the terminal while the driver parks your car in a secured car park.

Coming home

Once you've collected your luggage, call Blue Circle on the number you were given, then make your way to the same place you dropped off your car.

You'll have 15 minutes to exit the car park once your car has been returned to you. Any longer than 15 minutes and you'll need to pay extra when you leave the car park.

Combine with Heathrow Long Stay parking

Long Stay is one of the airport's own car parks, so it's within the airport grounds. There are Long Stay car parks with free 24-hour shuttle buses for terminals 1 and 3, 4 and 5. The shuttle buses can take between seven and 15 minutes, running every 10 to 12 minutes. Like the hotel's own car park, the Long Stay car parks are very well secured: there are frequent patrols, CCTV, entry and exit barriers and a fence.

In both cases, and indeed even if your package doesn't include parking while you're on holiday, parking at the hotel for the night you stay there costs £7, rising to £10 in April 2013.

* Prices quoted are for stays on the 05-02-2023, valid as of 07-12-2022