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Dale Thompson November 22nd, 2009 08:40 PM

Heathrow hotel needed
 
I am expecting a 24 hour layover at Heathrow (Following a v.long
flight). Can anyone recommend a nearby hotel? Reasonably priced is an
advantage. Easy transport back and forth is a plus.

Thanks,

Dale
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dgs[_9_] November 23rd, 2009 12:24 AM

Heathrow hotel needed
 
On 11/22/2009 12:40 PM Dale Thompson ignored two million years of human evolution to write:

I am expecting a 24 hour layover at Heathrow (Following a v.long
flight). Can anyone recommend a nearby hotel? Reasonably priced is an
advantage. Easy transport back and forth is a plus.


In December 2007, I stayed at the Marriott, and got a very reasonable
rate, but that's because I used Priceline.com. This hotel is a frequent
win if you bid on a hotel near Heathrow. Very comfortable, and the
taxi fare from Heathrow isn't a lot, or you can use one of the many bus
services to get there if you're really going for cheap.

Tom P[_6_] November 23rd, 2009 11:29 AM

Heathrow hotel needed
 
Dale Thompson wrote:
I am expecting a 24 hour layover at Heathrow (Following a v.long
flight). Can anyone recommend a nearby hotel? Reasonably priced is an
advantage. Easy transport back and forth is a plus.

Thanks,

Dale


HRS has good rates at the Renaissance.

T.

John Kulp November 23rd, 2009 05:08 PM

Heathrow hotel needed
 
On Mon, 23 Nov 2009 12:29:47 +0100, Tom P wrote:

Dale Thompson wrote:
I am expecting a 24 hour layover at Heathrow (Following a v.long
flight). Can anyone recommend a nearby hotel? Reasonably priced is an
advantage. Easy transport back and forth is a plus.

Thanks,

Dale


HRS has good rates at the Renaissance.

T.


go to www.Travelodge.co.uk and search their Heathrow hotels. I have
stayed at both the Heathrow Central one--reachable by public bus from
Heathrow--and the terminal 5 one which is reachable by the Heathrow
Hoppa bus. Reserved in advance, they usually run 29 pounds a night
for two and both are fine. The normal checkin is 3 pm but you can
check in early for an additional 10 pounds.

Barney November 23rd, 2009 05:16 PM

Heathrow hotel needed
 
On Nov 22, 8:40*pm, Dale Thompson
wrote:
I am expecting a 24 hour layover at Heathrow (Following a v.long
flight). *Can anyone recommend a nearby hotel? *Reasonably priced is an
advantage. * Easy transport back and forth is a plus.

Thanks,

Dale
--
To e-mail me remove the obvious before @ and change sinuswave to sinewave..


I've had good deals at the Jurys Inn, which is fine -
http://heathrowhotels.jurysinns.com/.

Also heard good things about the St. Giles - http://stgiles.com.

And there is now Yotel within the airport itself, though it's probably
more suitable for a shorter layover - http://www.yotel.com.

Though bear in mind that with a 24-hour layover, really anywhere in
western/central London is quite a viable option, and will give you
much more interesting choices in spending your waking hours and in
dining. If money's not a big issue, then time isn't either - the
Heathrow Express, albeit the priciest way to get into the city centre,
takes only about 15 minutes into Paddington station.

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