London Heathrow Marriott

Address: Bath Rd, Harlington, Middlesex, England, UB3 5AN, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bath Rd, Harlington, is near Whiteleys, Southall, Kempton Park Racecourse, and Albert Bridge.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLondon Heathrow Marriott Harlington

      Reviewed by friendtheworld

      Nice hotel, great service

      Reviewed Apr 20, 2013
      by (29 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      It's close to the Heathrow Airport with easy free shuttles but its not the best location for exploring the city, You'll have to spend extra time on the underground to get back & forth.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by oneluckygirl

      excellent

      Reviewed Jun 15, 2012
      by (10 reviews) Oregon , United States Flag of United States

      I have no complaints. Very nice hotel, with exercise room swimming pool, steam room and sauna. Luxurious and fancy. Would recommend it for a relaxing stay.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by sophslife

      Great

      Reviewed Jun 11, 2012
      by (8 reviews) Oregon , United States Flag of United States

      It was great. Really comfy-cozy, but at the same time very elegant. I recommend this hotel.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews London Heathrow Marriott Harlington

      Great Heathrow Dayroom for Four People in One Room

      from

      This is a great hotel for a dayroom for Heathrow. Super Clean, Super Nice Beds and Super Workers. It was also the only one I could find that let two adults and 2 children stay in one room. I would have had to pay a fortune for two rooms at the T4 Heathrow Hilton.

      This is a 7 Pound cab ride from Heathrow. We did not use the Hotel Hoppa since there were four of us.

      If you are staying a long time be aware that some of the rooms look out on the atrium. These rooms are extremely quiet but not good if you want to look outdoors. My only problem was that since it is a dayroom I was not able to book online and I had to get Marriott Customer Service to call them up from the US for the reservation. But it got logged onto my Marriott reward number and was identified correctly under my reservations on the Marriott web site. It was 72 Pounds for a 10 AM to 6 PM stay in July 2004 for four people with two double beds.

      Seriously good!

      from

      Compared to other London hotels i stayed in, the Mariott is exceptionally good. It is of course a little bit more expensive than the other hotels but it immediately shows why- friendly personnel, good (I mean REALLY good) food in both restaurants, good beds.

      No errors here- keep up the good work!

      The best at heathrow

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      this hotel is the best hotel at heathrow airport and is perfect conecting flights the next day. every time i have stayed there i have had a inside room however i still loved it. perfect for americans as there is a american restarant.its perfect and the best it realy lives up to marriott standers.

      Absolutely wonderful

      from

      I attended a conference at the next door Radisson Edwardian 5 star hotel, but after looking at its reviews on this site I decided not to stay there and checked into the Marriott instead.

      I was extremely impressed with it from the moment i arrived. Very unlike most English hotels. It was spacious, light, airy, and nicely decorated. We had a room on the fifth floor, the executive floor, because they had no more non-smoking rooms avaliable, but the upgrade was free. The room was very large, had two queen beds, a large bathroom, a desk, a TV, a large wardrobe, a table and two chairs, and all sorts of other things. There was enough room for us to be comfortable even with all of my stuff spread out everywhere.

      The food was very good, although, like all hotel food, overpriced. The breakfast was included in our room rate, which was 110 pounds per night.

      I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone looking for the best airport hotel, expecially after having looked at my friend's dark and dingy room at the five star Radisson. The pool and leisure club were nice facilities to have as well, and the tanning bed was a surprise. Stay here if you get the chance! Five Stars!

      The Heathrow Marriott Bath road London, England

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      The hotel was clean, comfortable, and only 85Pds a night. The best hotel in England so far. Breakfast was included and was the best. Easy access to the underground. Taxi service to airport right there. Cannot say enough about this place. And most of all secure.

      The Best Hotel at Heathrow

      from

      I know this is the best Hotel at Heathrow Airport because I have stayed in nearly all of them over the last 2 years.

      The Marriott is new, clean & nicely decorated. It has good restaurants and friendly staff. The rooms are excellent and the beds very comfortable.

      This is the one to book, don't be fooled by the star rating of the Raddisson next door.

      Best airport hotel

      from

      Overnight stay with 8 days parking. A real bargain. Excellent modern Hotel (looks a bit like a factory from outside but don't let it put you off), friendly staff and plenty of them. Not the cheapest meals/bar prices but for a short stay not a problem - you can always walk to Mc Donalds just down the road if you want economy. I would not hesitate to recommend, best airport Hotel I have stayed at.

      Incredible Stay

      from

      My wife, my son, and I stayed at this property due to an overnight layover by British Airways. We were exausted and this hotel was just what the Dr. ordered. The room was beautiful and the bathroom was impecable. We were amazed at how shiny everything was. We ate breakfast in the restaurant in the lobby and we were given the royal treatment.

      Even though it was quite costly ($174 / night)The Stay was awesome.

      Very Pleased

      from

      Stayed here for a night in November 2003, due to a university reunion.

      Very good service. Reception Staff were friendly and helpful. Room was good, with fair size bathroom. Good Shower also. Room service was prompt and food was very nice, even at 1am. I would recomend this hotel to anyone who asks.

      Better than nextdoor and this is a star down...!

      from

      Came here for one night 18th Oct 2003. Lovely staff,room,service,wonderful waiters & superb breakfast. Best i`ve had in the UK. Just great and a wonderful atmosphere. Went nextdoor at the Raddison which is a 5* hotel last month. What a dirty dump (read my report..!). If you must stop over in Heathrow choose this place it`s a 4 * with 5* values. Thank You Marriott.

      TripAdvisor Reviews London Heathrow Marriott Harlington

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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