The award-winning five-star Sofitel at London Heathrow terminal 5 is more than just a place for the men in suits; it is an oasis in the desert providing a respite for the long-haul weary traveller.
Comprising 605 non-smoking room’s guests are immediately wowed by the hotel’s light filled atrium complete with water features and enough plants to start a rainforest. All rooms have luxury bed linen, plasma TV’s and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Despite being located in one of the world’s busiest airports you will not be disturbed by jet engine noise thanks to the hotels impeccable sound proofing.
Add to this an award winning restaurant, the French, inspired with an Asian twist, La Belle Époque and the opened kitchen, themed Vivre and you have a varied menu that will suit the most discerning guest.
If you are in the mood for afternoon tea or a light lunch, the tea salon is open throughout the day serving 31 varieties of tea from around the world, together with coffee’s, light meals and in-house made pastries.
The Sofitel Heathrow also has two bars, the intimate Perrier-Jouet, Champagne Bar, ideal for a pre-dinner drink or cocktail and the sophisticated Sphere Lounge Bar where you can also grab a quick bite to eat.
If you are looking to relax and de-stress following a long flight, the wellness spa at the Sofitel Heathrow offers 25 different treatments along with the vitality pool, steam room and sauna to help you unwind.
There is also a full gym with cardio machines and free weights for your workout routine, while also being able to catch up on the latest world news.
The Sofitel London Heathrow is the only hotel connected to Heathrow Airport, with a short 100-yard bridge crossing taking you directly into Heathrow’s new terminal 5 British Airways hub, from where you can take walkways directly to the other four terminals.
The Sofitel London Heathrow can also be your gateway to London, with the Heathrow express train whisking you to Paddington Station in just 21 minutes.
Also thanks to a superb motorway network you are only 20 minutes from Wentworth Golf Club and the horse races at Royal Ascot.
Heathrow does, of course, have other hotels around the airport, but they all require either a taxi or a £4.50 ride on the Hoppa Bus to get to the terminals, which makes the Sofitel the right choice for your London break.
Sofitel London Heathrow was voted best UK airport hotel by the readers of Business Traveller Magazine, while other Sofitel Hotels were voted best in their class by Condé Nast Traveller.
Sofitel is owned and operated by French hotel group Accor Hotels, but remains its own unit within the hotel group with 120 properties worldwide.
Sofitel London Heathrow Airport is located Terminal 5, London Heathrow Airport
Check-in from 14h00
Check out up to 12h00