dealchecker's guide to Heathrow

Heathrow is your gateway to one of the world's most exciting cities. Taking a train or coach into the centre of London or getting car rental in Heathrow. There is even a variety of tube stops which are in and around the airport which can get you into London. Airport are all good ways to reach the centre. London is home to some of the best restaurants, shows, shopping and museums in the world and as a result the city offers an experience like no other. Heathrow is located on the M4 and M25 motorways so if you need to explore the wider UK then these main road arteries will set you on your way.

Choosing a Heathrow Hotel

For visitors with early flights or business meetings, choosing between the hotels at Heathrow is often the obvious choice. Heathrow hotels including cheap hotels in Heathrow, are plentiful and located within very easy reach of the airport itself. Cheap hotels in Heathrow are a great option and will still offer you all the quality services you would expect from a London hotel. Heathrow is Europe's busiest airport and as a consequence you can find many good hotel options right on the doorstep. With many people departing the UK from Heathrow, many hotels offer car parking options in conjunction with a room before you fly. Many of the world's most famous accommodation brands have properties in and and around Heathrow. Whether 5 star luxury hotels or more basic budget brands there is a good range of hotels which means comparing prices is a very sensible option. For alternative options then also consider hotels in nearby Windsor or Staines. You can use the search box above to also find deals for these two towns. Whichever option you go for, do consider which terminal you are flying out of (or into). Some Heathrow hotels are closer to a particular terminal and that may give you an extra few minutes in bed!

When to visit Heathrow

Visiting London is good any time of year. The summers are a time when the spirit of the city lifts and you can enjoy the excellent green spaces of Hyde Park and Regents Park. Also in the summer the world famous Notting Hill Carnival takes to the streets in West London and is an unmissable opportunity for visitors. During the autumn and spring months the weather can be mild, although autumn is becoming a warmer time in London. During autumn the parks are beautiful and the attractions are less busy. Winter is also a magical time to visit and a trip to the famous Oxford Street and its fabulous Christmas lights is a popular choice for shopping enthusiasts.

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