Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 401
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ro66y Once again, an exceptional Hotel with brilliant Staff
Arrived after a long journey, and as I have used this hotel a few times, it ceases to amaze me the attentiveness of the Staff. Always willing to help (if you stand back and watch them with other people). The professionalism and pride oozes from them.
I met the new restaurant Manager, who took my criticism about the menu writing being to small, he said that the fonts were incorrect and would be changed.
At breakfast, I met 'Aish', the Manager of the evening when I had been there previously, he remembered me! It is this attention to detail that makes this Holiday Inn one above its Peers.
15 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MJJ1000 Great Stay
We live 300 miles from the hotel so we use it to help recover from jet-lag when we fly in from San Francisco. The downside is the £16 return bus (for 2 people) fare from the terminal - this is nothing to do with the hotel but what a rip off. Hotel Hoppa bus (or whatever they call it, in Los Angeles or San Francisco cost nothing).
Why the Holiday Inn (Heathrow has 3)? The Sipson Way Holiday Inn has a great dinner deal - 3 courses for a reasonable price - go and check it out. Why don't they all do it - the £15 burger is ridiculous in some. Restaurant was full - funny that - I wonder why. Quick tip - the Holiday Inn at Newport, Wales does the same - and their restaurant is full as well.
14 December 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Floridians2013 Great for an overnight before an early Heathrow flight
This is a comfortable hotel with friendly staff near Heathrow airport. There is a restaurant and lounge on the property which is good since there are not many other alternatives nearby. It is on the hoppa-bus route which makes it easy to get to and from the airport. We called a cab because we worried about the time to take a bus, but we need not have worried. We saw the bus come by while waiting for our cab and wished we had planned that instead. It would have been less expensive. I wouldn't use a hotel this far out of town for spending time in London since it takes quite a while to travel into the city, but it is good for an overnight stay before an early flight. On the other hand, if you want to save a little cash and don't mind the time (30-60 minutes) to take the overland or underground into the city - it would be something you could do.
14 December 2013