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Getting there

Radisson Address

Radisson Heathrow,
Bath Road,


- Take the M25 ringroad to junction 15 and join the M4, eastbound into London.
- At junction 4, take the third exit, right at the roundabout and follow the A408.
- At the next roundabout, take the first exit left and you will find the hotel on your left.

The The Radisson hotel at Heathrow is one of the easiest hotels to find on the A4 Heathrow hotel ‘strip'. As you arrive from the M25, you simply can’t miss it.

By car: Leave the M25 at junction 15 for the M4 and travel east towards London. Leave the M4 at junction 4 and stay in the right hand lane signposted for Heathrow Terminals 1, 2 and 3. At the roundabout turn right, third exit following signs for the airport. There are many lanes on the roundabout. As you cross under the M4 stay in the left lane and exit the roundabout keeping the high rise Holiday Inn on your right. Continue in the left hand land for a little over 1km until you reach a sign for airport parking. As you turn left following signs for Central London A4, Terminal 4, keeping the Welcome to Heathrow sign on your right you will see the Radisson immediately on your left. Drive a few metres joining the A4 and then turn first left into Sipson Road. Take the immediate left and then turn right onto the hotel complex.

By public transport: There are several free buses from Heathrow Central bus station which pull up just a short walk to the right of the hotel, including the 111, 105 and 140. From the bus station, it’s a short stroll downstairs to the travelator walkways that take you to Terminals 1 and 3, and the free Heathrow Express trains which run to Terminals 4 and 5, so it’s easy to transfer for nothing, providing you can manage your cases on a London bus. The 423 bus arrives from Terminal 5 every 20 to 30 minutes and is also free, and the 555 runs from Terminal 4. If you want to use these buses to transfer to the airport in the morning, you will have to cross the dual carriageway to the bus stop on the opposite side of the road. These buses run through the night.

Alternatively the Heathrow Hoppa bus goes every 20 minutes at peak times from all Heathrow terminals to the front door of the Radisson. The cost is £4 for adults when booked in advance, and children ride free. It’s £4.50 if you buy from the driver. Tickets can be bought in the Heathrow terminal buildings or from the Radisson reception. For terminals 1 and 3 take the H2 bus which runs from 4.15am until around 23.40. It takes about five minutes. The transfer to terminal 4 takes about 8 minutes, and to terminal 5 about 15 minutes. For these terminals take the H54. It runs from around 5.20 am until about 11.30pm.