including 8 days parking
from the airport
A hotel fit for royalty
For right, royal treatment, at a Heathrow airport hotel where else would you go other than the Crowne Plaza? This palatial 4-star hotel is fit for a king, with Heathrow's largest rooms, an on-site Indian restaurant and a health centre.
The hotel is stylish and elegant, but with quirky features like enormously high-backed armchairs in the lobby or wall art made from pictures of old records. Of course, you can forgive the Crowne Plaza a bit of royal eccentricity when it offers such large, comfortable rooms and a wide range of facilities.
Get the Sleep Advantage
The hotel's Sleep Advantage mission statement focuses them on ensuring that you get a great night's rest, with high-quality bedding and even aromatherapy products in every room. It won't take a spindle to get you off to your beauty sleep at the Crowne Plaza!
We have been customers of yours for many years and I have always championed and recommended you to friends and family. I have also placed on social media my praise for how you have treated us in the past. However this last experience has not been good at all. We originally had a booking that we paid over £230 for a triple room hotel stay and parking. The hotel was then changed due to Crowne Plaza continuing with a government scheme. Thais was not your fault of course but you moved us to Renaissance. Despite numerous requests our booking was never updated to reflect this change and we were advised that the email you sent us would be sufficient. Even the day before travel we requested this to be updated as we did not want to arrive after a 3 hour drive to be told that there was no booking for us. The lady we spoke to on the chat function was very unsympathetic to our request. We arrived at Renaissance and there was no problem checking in but the third bed was a Childs bed and my 20 year old daughters feet were hanging off the bottom. By all accounts there were no other rooms available and so needless to say my daughter had a terrible nights sleep before then having a long flight the next day - not what we expect for £230!! Due to this and the customer service beforehand as made us consider options before booking with you again. Something we have not done for may years. When we needed to book airport hotels we did not consider anyone elseMr Oliver (Crowne Plaza)
Our customers rated Crowne Plaza on average 9/10 (1994 reviews). Read Crowne Plaza reviews.
The Spirit health club will treat you like royalty, boasting a complex that houses a 16-metre, indoor pool, a sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and whirlpool. If you get tired of all that fun, then there's a staffed business centre with wifi and conference facilities so you can still reign over your work from afar.
In the evening, you have a choice of 2 restaurants and 2 bars. Orwell's brasserie serves modern British food, while the hotel also has its own Indian restaurant fit for the Maharaja himself. For after-dinner drinks, there's a stylish, modern bar or you can break the theme with a traditional pub in the style of the Irish Republic, Dr O'Driscoll's.
All this and the hotel is still just 10 minutes from Heathrow by the National Express Hoppa bus that runs right from the front door to both sets of terminals. There's even an on-site car park that's controlled by Parking Eye. You will be required to enter your vehicle registration details upon arrival at the front desk to avoid any potential fines.
Even better, you won't have to pay the King's Shilling to get a room at the Crowne Plaza with the great-value packages we offer.
We recommend the Crowne Plaza for:
Stylish decor, with a quirky edge - The elegant, minimalist design of the hotel is undercut by some charmingly-unique features.
A great range of restaurants and bars - Both an Indian restaurant and less-exotic cuisine are at hand, with a trendy, modern bar or a traditional, Irish pub to move on to after.
Plenty to do - There's a gym, pool and spa.
Gym, spa, pool, Irish sports pub and award-winning restaurant. Spacious rooms, wifi and bedding of superb quality.
Getting to the airport
A taxi to T2 and T3 is around £12, to T4 is around £16 and to T5 is around £18.
Travelling to the hotel by train? The nearest station is West Drayton, which is about 10 minutes away by bus.
Check in from 3pm, check out by 12 noon.
Overnight parking costs £16 per car.
If you want to leave your car for the whole of your trip, take a look at our parking inclusive packages.
Guests say the rooms are spacious and soundproofed. The Crowne Plaza's Sleep Advantage programme means that all rooms have your choice of pillow, 200 thread count bed sheets and a pillow spray to help you sleep.
Triple rooms include a double bed and sofa bed. Family rooms include a double bed and sofa bed. Child age 17 and under.
Rooms also include:
- Free wifi
- High resolution HD TV
- A/C & heating
- Tea and coffee
- Iron & ironing board
- Bath robe
- Bottled water
- En suite with shower and bath
- 24-hour room service (£3.50 tray charge)
Wifi is free throughout the hotel and is fast enough to check your emails and browse the internet. Upgrade to a faster connection for £9.95.
Hotel accessibility includes:
- Accessible parking spaces
- Ramp access to the hotel
- Parking drop-off point next to the hotel entrance
- Accessible public toilets
Accessible rooms include:
You can request an accessible room when you book.
There are 2 restaurants at the Crowne Plaza:
Award-winning Indian restaurant, Eriki: The chefs train in 5-star hotel restaurants in India, and replicate those authentic dishes at the Crowne Plaza. There's an extensive menu with vegetarian options and the meat is halal. A main will cost around £14.
Open 6pm - 10:30pm.
Orwell's Brasserie serves steaks and fish dishes, using ingredients sourced from Southwest England and cooked in a live, open kitchen. A main will cost around £19 and a separate kids' menu is available.
Open 6pm - 10:30pm Monday to Saturday, and until 10pm on Sundays.
There are 2 bars:
Dr. O'Driscoll's Irish pub serves Gaelic ale and stout. They also serve traditional British meals, like bangers and mash, fish and chips and a ploughman's sandwich. A main will cost around £14.
Open 5pm - 11pm on weekdays, 12:45 - 10:45 on Saturdays and 12pm - 8pm on Sundays.
Orwell's bar serves cocktails, bottled beers, rums and liqueurs from around the world, as well as Starbucks coffee. They serve meals like gourmet burgers and sandwiches for around £14.
Open 24 hours, with last food orders at 9:30pm.
Breakfast is an English and continental all-you-can-eat buffet. There's an egg bar where the chef will make you made-to-order omelettes and eggs Benedict. It's £18.50pp on the day or £16pp if you book it in advance with us, which is subject to availability.
Served 6am - 10am on weekdays and 6am - 11am at weekends.
The on-site Starbucks is open from 6am - 8pm.
Things to do
- Spirit health club with indoor pool, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, open 6am - 10pm (last entry at 9pm) weekdays and 6.30am - 10pm (last entry at 9pm) weekends.
- Gym, open 5am - 11pm.
Good to know
We'd recommend requesting a room in the Quiet Zone. You won't be disturbed by housekeeping or maintenance between 9pm and 10am. Children and groups are booked in other areas of the hotel.
Book a table for dinner at check-in, as they get very busy between 6pm and 8pm.
Avoid eating breakfast around 8am, when it is busiest.
The hotel does not have triple rooms. If you have a child with you, they can offer a double room with a sofa bed that is only suitable for children.
The hotel is not liable for loss or damage to any vehicle parked in their car park. Contents left in the car are left at the owner's risk.
Crowne Plaza address
Crowne Plaza Additional Information
|Address||Stockley Road, |
|Disabled facilities||This hotel offers superb disabled facilities including lifts to accommodate wheelchairs.|
|Phone in room|