The Surrounding area at the Comfort Inn
First class. Excellent staff, really looked after us. Transport to Terminal 3, LHR effortless - made such a difference under such stressful circumstances.
London is a huge city which offers residents and visitors everything they could want and if youre staying in a Heathrow airport hotel it's definitely worth a visit. With so much on offer its hard to know where to start so we at HolidayExtras.com® have put together some insider info to help you choose how you spend your free time at the Comfort Inn at Heathrow airport.
- Great restaurants
- Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
- The Fat Duck
- The Ivy
- Nearby nightlife
- Ministry of Sound
Eating and Drinking
The capital has so much to offer that its often best to choose somewhere near the attractions you want see. Theres so much choice youll be sure to find something fantastic.
If you head to Soho or the West End there is a wealth of restaurants on offer. While most areas have a good range of restaurants there are a few that stand out: Brick Lane is the place for all things Bengali, Stoke Newington is a Turkish haven and in Southall youll find a formidable curry.
For something a little more exclusive The Ivy in the heart of the West End is a celebrity favourite and the three Michelin starred Restaurant Gordon Ramsay offers the most exquisite dining around.
Getting to London from the Heathrow airport Comfort Inn is easy, simply jump on the Heathrow Express or take the Piccadilly line on the Underground, both go from Heathrows terminals.
- The London Eye
- Parliament and the River Thames
- The Tate Modern
- The Tower of London
- The British Museum
In the hunt for retail look no further than Oxford Street home to the flagship stores of all your favourite brands. If its another rainy day in London then get your fashion fix at Westfield, this mammoth shopping centre has all the big names under one roof. Alternatively for the most famous shop in the world head to Knightsbridge and experience the magnificent Harrods in all its glory.
You'll get a different experience entirely if you head to the iconic Portobello Road where the painfully trendy market is home to vintage fashion, antiques and jewellery a plenty.