Conveniently situated just five minutes from Heathrow Airport, Ibis Hotel Heathrow has a restaurant and a bar where you can spend your evening relaxing and enjoying a good meal.
Ibis Hotel Heathrow offers 347 rooms close to Heathrow Airport, from where you can fly direct to international destinations or catch a train into Central London. A Hotel Hoppa bus service will transfer you from your hotel to Heathrow Airport, just five minutes away, from 5am until 11pm. The rooms at this 3 star hotel contain a satellite television, telephone and private bathroom. Disabled facilities are also available at Ibis Hotel Heathrow.
Heathrow Ibis Hotel has both a restaurant and a bar where you can relax with friends and enjoy a drink or meal. With its close proximity to Heathrow Airport, Heathrow Ibis Hotel is a good choice for a stop over before travelling onto your destination. Heathrow Airport was opened on 31 May 1946 as London (Heathrow) Airport when direct flights between the United States of America and the UK started. Terminal 4 opened in 1986 and there is a fifth terminal on its way.
Hop on a Piccadilly Line tube from Heathrow Airport and you will find language schools within a thirty minute journey, such as Frances King Centre (13 stops to Gloucester Road) and Language Link (14 stops to South Kensington). Universities are also easily accessible from the Piccadilly Line, including Birkbeck University and University College London (22 stops to Russell Square).
Located in Zone 6, the nearest station to Heathrow Ibis Hotel is at Heathrow Airport. Get the Hotel Hoppa bus to Heathrow Airport and then catch the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station, which is within walking distance of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.
Ibis Hotel Heathrow is well placed for trips into Central London as well as visits to nearby places of interest, such as Royal Windsor, where you can visit Windsor Castle. Eton College, Legoland, Ascot Race Course and the Thameside town of Henley are also within easy reach.
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