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Marriott London Heathrow

Bath Road, Heathrow Airport Heathrow UB3 5AN United Kingdom
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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Internet 61 Bad internet
  • Location 82 Great location
  • Service 81 Fantastic service
  • Hotel 80 Excellent hotel
  • Hotel Building 79 Nice building
  • Food 73 Delicious food
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Hotel type

Business Hotel

Guests recommend this hotel for business travelers.

Family Hotel

Guests think this is a family-friendly hotel.

Good to know

  • Very quiet
  • Spacious rooms
  • Great conference area
  • Pleasant entrance area
  • Wonderful housekeeping
  • Good restaurant service
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Heathrow hotel at its best!
Reviewed May 2012 by linzeeloulabelle
Me and my dad took a trip to Canada back in 06 and wanted to spend the day before in London before flying. Through our travel agent, they booked us this hotel. At only £37.50 pppn i found it amazing value. I’ve done a bit of research into prices and I found this hotel at £139 a night!! I think i got myself a bargain. Normally when staying in London, I’ve stayed at some pretty awful places for the same price, but they have been in the city centre ...
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Number One on Bath Road
Reviewed June 2010 by koshkha
  • #City trip
  • #No food
  • #Day trip
  • #Spouse/ Partner
I've stayed in most of the hotels on Bath Road close to Heathrow. I have my favourites and ones I'd really rather avoid but the Marriott is the one I'd choose if money were no object (and ideally someone else was paying). I've used it a couple of times for work when leaving on very early flights and booked it another time with my husband and a friend when we were going on holiday. Airport hotels are generally a bit dire; they are the places ...
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A good start to your holiday
Reviewed December 2006 by sue51
  • #Business trip
  • #Half board
  • #Short trip (2-3 days)
  • #Alone
An early Monday morning meeting in central London meant my options were a 3.30am start, or a stopover somewhere close. Travelling from the West, Heathrow seemed like the obvious choice and the offerings on Bath Road are broad; from the Renaissance to the Novotel, the Sheraton Skyline and many luxury and budget outlets in-between, to my choice, the Marriott because it met my criteria of in room high speed internet access, a swimming pool, and on ...
83 out of 100 based on 711 based on $ratings reviews
Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace is located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and dates from around 1514 when it was built by King Henry VIII for Cardinal Wolsey. He lived in the palace until 1529 when he fell out of favour with the King and from that point on it became the main residence of King Henry VIII who had it enlarged. Over the next two centuries it was enlarged further and remained a principal residence of the Royal Family until the late 18th century. Today Hampton Court Palace is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Britain and plays host to many events throughout the year, including an annual flower show by the Royal Horticultural Society that attracts over 300,000 visitors. The palace is open for visiting daily throughout the year (with the exception of a few public holidays over the Christmas period) and several different ticket options are available. Full details of prices along with the opening hours are available on the website.

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

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Thorpe Park

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