Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow Hotel
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So we have said our goodbyes to our parents and checked into our lush hotel, popped the posh bubbly, ordered room service (pizza!) and now suddenly realised what we have done!!
No backing out now, so here we go.....
Picked doom up from school and got him changed before heading off to to the airport and made good time getting to the Radisson Edwardian and hour and half later. What a sock to the system that was with lots of mirrors and chandeliers, not the sort of establishment I am used to staying at. Booked in at reception, the receptionist gave us our room …
Arrived tired after a drive up the m4 but valet parking and a welcome of 'your room and dinner is complimentary' was a happy welcome. Dinner was amazing but far too much for our stomach's, episode 1 of man v food has been lost and we've not even crossed the boarder out of the UK!! 4 pints and a bottle of rosé later and we're ready for bed.... …
our 16.45 hop from Heathrow to Barcelona wasn't just delayed, it was cancelled completely, without fuss or ceremony, due to the aircraft having been struck by lightening and there not being a spare - due to 3 others also being struck by lightening, one on it's descent. Glad we weren't in that one! To their credit BA dealt with us very well, but …
The hotel last night was superb although there were a few glitches, not having the right room, not having a credit card (thanks dad by the way) i have to say the staff here at the Radisson Edwardian Heathrow T5 were fabulous i was upgraded to the Eton Suite which was very plush and totally unnerved me but i also had a lovely dinner and breakfast …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow Hotel Hayes
Arrived tired after a drive up the m4 but valet parking and a welcome of 'your room and dinner is complimentary' was a happy welcome.
Dinner was amazing but far too much for our stomach's, episode 1 of man v food has been lost and we've not even crossed the boarder out of the UK!!
4 pints and a bottle of rosé later and we're ready for bed....fingers crossed we wake for the alarm!
Highlight of the day - getting excited about the little Christmas tree in the hotel lobby knowing the Rockafella tree will put it to shame
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Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow Hotel Hayes
A disgrace for the price
For the rate that was asked this motel was terrible. The room, especially the bathroom, is dated and the staff average I thought - bordering on rude on occasion. Some of the ancillary facilities such as the gym are nice but overall I enjoyed my stay at the Travel Inn more than this place.
Well.. knowing that we were flying out from the UK to San Francisco 8 days ago, we booked an overnighter at this hotel. The price, 109.00 Pounds, included a full breakfast, non-smoking double room, and 15 days car parking.
To be honest with you (unlike all the other reviews below) we thought it was ok.
Who hands out the stars to hotels? - this was a two star hotel. Big and anonymous. Poor service, dirty room. Bathroom from the 1950s. Never stay in a Radisson.
More like 3*
We stayed here for one night before a flight. The room was dark and dingy and the view would have been getter if we hadn't had a window.
The wardobe door was hanging off and the bath plug was missing.
The only good thing was that we got 15 days of parking with the room!
Would only stay here again as a very last resort.
Decided to book here for one night before leaving for my honeymoon.
What a dump...!
Stopped one night in September. What a dump. Poor staff. They didn`t clean very well. I had dust from their day-dow rail all over my trousers. They didn`t clean up after breakfast. So my table was also covered in used plates etc. Never again will i come here WHAT A DUMP...!
Old, old. old
Stayed at this hotel for one night due to an early AM flight. The hotel is very old and all the furnishings show it's age and not very clean.
Stay next door instead.
Inconvenient and Sub-Par
We chose this hotel based on its proximity to the airport and purported amenities. The rooms were tiny, the bed was uncomfortable, and basic amenities (robes, toiletries, hair dryers) were absent. Service was either slow or nonexistent. And the worst part was that despite being close to Heathrow the hotel does not have a shuttle - instead you have to pay $5 per person each way and it takes over an hour each way to cover the mile to the terminals. You are better off staying in London for the night.