Heathrow Airport Hotel Reviews
Heathrow Airport is the London airport that we use most frequently, it is found just off the M4 and for us the most accessible. If you are flying out of Heathrow then this post will help you choose which hotel will be the best for you.
We wished we had started this post a long time ago, as we have stayed in quite a few but at that time we hadn’t started our You Tube Channel, however, onwards and upwards and we will be adding to this post each time we stay at a new hotel at Heathrow Airport.
The other option if you are flying from Heathrow is to actually stay in London, providing you have time the next day to get to Heathrow via the tube system. If this is the case then do check out our other London Hotel Reviews here.
We also have airport hotel review posts for Manchester Airport here.
Premier Inn, Bath Road
We stayed at the Premier Inn on the Bath Road the night before we flew to Koh Samui, in Thailand. This hotel wasn’t within walking distance of the airport but a taxi to here was £14. To get back to the airport there is a hopper bus which at this time was £5 each, however there is also a regular Heathrow Central Bus that goes past this hotel which costs £1.50 per person.
This was a really comfortable hotel with food options on the doorstep so we would happily stay here again. Here is our video which shows you around our room 232.
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