including 8 days parking
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The Park Inn by Radisson, Heathrow: Fantastic for families, handy for the transfers
If youre heading off for a fun holiday with the family and you need an overnight Heathrow hotel to make getting to the airport in time that bit easier in the morning, the Park Inn at Heathrow Airport could be the one for you. Posh hotels are lovely, but theyre not always designed with kids in mind, and especially if you have a young family, you might not feel like theyre exactly rolling out the red carpet for you. If you want a hotel you and your kids can relax in, with transfers to the airport taking just a few minutes, you cant go wrong with the Park Inn Hotel at Heathrow.
So much to offer the kids
Get your holiday started a day early by giving kids the thrill of an extra night in a hotel. The Park Inn Heathrow has a full size pool an unusual feature amongst hotels at this Airport, two family-friendly restaurants, childrens play areas (under eights eat free), childrens fun packs and all sorts of little features which will make you feel welcomed while keeping them entertained.
We stayed one night with two weeks parking. Everything went really smoothly, staff were very helpful and friendly. The virtual host Edward works really well. The hotel itself is very nice very impressive foyer and comfortable bedrooms with a nice bathroom. I would definitely stay again.Mrs Bailey (Park Inn)
Our customers rated Park Inn on average 9/10 (2463 reviews). Read Park Inn reviews.
Quick and easy transfers
The Park Inn Heathrow is one of the closest hotels for direct access to Heathrow terminals 1 and 3, and transfers via Heathrow Hoppa bus to any of the terminals take just minutes. Theres also a free bus you can catch, and parking on site for more than 600 cars. It couldnt be easier.
One of the big bonuses from a stay at the Park Inn Heathrow Hotel is the additional facilities you can take advantage of for free during your stay. The main one is the large indoor heated swimming pool which the kids are bound to love, or where you can soak off the work stresses with a few lengths before taking a turn in the Jacuzzi. Alternatively there is a gym with cardio equipment, weights and resistance work-out machines, and the fitness centre also has a sauna and whirlpool you can use. There are large changing rooms, including private change and showers, plus lockers to store your belongings. All these amenities are free to guests. There are also some small treatment rooms from which they run the Ki Spa where you can choose from a range of relaxing treatments including facials or massages to ease into your holiday feeling completely soothed. Very few hotels around Heathrow enjoy a pool of this size where the kids can really let off steam, so a stay at the Park Inn comes with true family appeal. The fitness centre is open from 6.30 am until 8.00pm and from 8.00am to 8.00pm weekends.
We recommend the Park Inn Hotel Heathrow for:
Family stays - With 121 family rooms available for two adults and two children, or suites, plus cots and all the little extras that the kids will love, this is the perfect family-friendly hotel.
Parking - There is on-site parking for 650 cars, and transfers are simple and cheap via the Heathrow Hoppa that takes just a few minutes to take you straight to the terminal doors.
Value - This is one of the best value hotels on the Airport's strip. If budget is a factor, the Park Inn by Radisson Heathrow will pay dividends.
Pool - Keeping the kids entertained in an enclosed hotel space is always a challenge. Let them burn off some energy in the full-size heated indoor swimming pool.
Food and drink - For family dining you cant get better value or more relaxed than this, but couples wont feel out of place. Theres something for everyone here.
The runway view is free. So are kid's meals. The rooms are comfy and quiet. High-speed wifi, spa and pool included.
The hotel has recently changed to a Radisson hotel, it used to be the Park Inn hotel.
The Radisson has upgraded their already high cleaning standards, to give you peace of mind and keep you as safe as possible during your stay.
There'll be screens at reception and some team members may be wearing PPE. All surfaces are cleaned more regularly, and sanitiser stations are available throughout the hotel for you to use. Social distancing is encouraged, with signs in place in public areas.
Your room gets extra cleaning, with high-contact touchpoints including light switches and door handles are being cleaned more regularly. You'll get a travel-size hand sanitiser to keep and take with you too.
Getting to the airport
The hotel is less than 15 minutes from all terminals in good traffic. Detailed driving instructions and a postcode for satnavs will be on your booking confirmation.<
Get to and from the airport in your own private transfer in eco-friendly, electric cars from WeKnow. They're sanitised between each journey for peace of mind and super convenient - you'll get a text when they're outside. Cars are £9.99 for one passenger or £14.99 for 2-3 passengers each way. You can add these on when you book.
The Heathrow Hoppa shuttle bus runs regularly during the airport's opening hours. Depending on the terminal you're flying from, you may need to catch the Hoppa and then the free Heathrow Express. Hoppa tickets cost £6 per person one way and £11 per person return. Up to two children under 15 can travel free with a paying adult.
Check in from 2pm, check out 12pm.
Overnight parking is £15 per night.
If you need parking for the whole of your stay, search for our hotel and parking packages. It's often cheaper to book them together than individually.
Rooms have free, high speed wifi, blackout curtains and some have a runway view - ask at reception if you fancy it. Rooms vary in size and guests say that standard rooms can be a little small. An upgrade to a larger, family room may cost from £15 on the day. En suites have a walk-in shower or shower over the bath.
Triple rooms have a double bed and single sofa bed, family rooms have a double bed and a bunk bed. Those aged under 12 are classed as children.
Room service is 24 hours a day with a £3.50 tray charge.
- Free wifi (high speed)
- Tea and coffee
- Flat-screen TV
- Hair dryer
- Dove toiletries
- In-room safe
- Room service (£3.50 tray charge)
High speed wifi is free.
Hotel accessibility includes:
- Accessible hotel entrance, lobby and toilets
- Wheelchair available (on request)
Accessible rooms include:
- Wider doorways
- Lowered amenities
- Bathroom grab bars
- Adapted controls
There are 2 restaurants at the hotel - RBG Grill and Hope & Glory Restaurant and Bar.
Kids 12 and under eat free at RBG restaurant (1 child per adult paying full price). This deal includes a main meal, 2 sides and a dessert. The children's menu has been designed by child nutrition expert and leading author, Annabel Karmel and includes grilled chicken, mini burgers, pizza, baked beans and spaghetti bolognese - most with hidden vegetables. The restaurant provides colouring sets and high chairs are available on request.
RBG is a grill-style restaurant serving a large menu of hearty Southern American inspired gourmet burgers, steaks, pastas and salads. A daily specials' menu is also available. An average main will cost £14-£15 and expect to pay between £5.15 to £10 for a glass of wine. All steaks are selected by the hotel chef from Hereford herds and aged for 21 days.
This restaurant has been refurbished in 2016 using industrial-style decor with exposed light bulbs and accents of colour, geometric wall hangings, exposed brickwork and grey, wood-effect walls.
RBG offers 2 courses and a drink (175ml glass of wine, pint of beer or soft drink) for £25 per person. Holiday Extras offers 3 courses for £18.95 per person.
Vegetarian and gluten-free diets are catered for. Speak to the team if you have any dietary requirements.
Hope & Glory Restaurant and Bar has warm, wood-effect walls, tartan cushions and plush grey carpets, glass tables and large, picture-frame windows. This menu includes pizzas, burgers, curries, salads and pasta, with main meals averaging £12.
RBG: Open 5.30pm - 10.30pm
Hope & Glory Restaurant and Bar: 6am - 1am
The Hope & Glory Restaurant and Bar is open-plan with low seats, soft carpets and wall-mounted TV screens. The bar serves beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. A pint of Becks is the cheapest draught at £4.40.
The bar menu includes antipasti sharing platters, hot and cold sandwiches and light bites as well larger meals (see above). Some meals are available 24-hours.
Costa Coffee and cakes are served from the bar. Our guests like the way the seating is divided to offer quieter areas and praise the helpful and attentive staff.
Open 6am - 1am
Children 12 years and under eat breakfast free (with at least 1 paying parent). It's a large buffet of full English, continental and Asian breakfasts. Guests will find fresh fruit, nasi goreng, sausages, egg and bacon and more. Be aware that this breakfast is popular so the restaurant can get busy - we'd recommend leaving a little extra time.
Buffet breakfast is £15 on the day or £10 if you add it to your booking through us on the next page.
There is also a breakfast menu (charged separately) for made-to-order dishes. It has Costa coffees and cakes, eggs every way (almost!), pancakes and freshly grilled bacon muffins.
Breakfast: £15 on the day
Open: 6am - 10am weekday; 6am - 11am weekends
Things to do
The gym, indoor, heated swimming pool and sauna are free. Free towels are provided. Swimming lessons for kids can be booked in advance.
Good to know
Government regulations require passengers at the airport to wear a face mask. Remember to bring a face mask and have it on before you get there. You'll need one for each member of your party.
Radisson Additional Information
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|Disabled facilities||The hotel has some rooms that are accessible to disabled guests - please call Holiday Extras to request one. The rooms include wider doorways, lowered amenities, bathroom grab bars and adapted controls.|
The hotel has an accessible entrance, lobby and toilets.
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