(3 star hotel)
from the airport
Park safely and securely before you globe trot.
The Heathrow Premier Inn has on-site parking during your stay. The car park is secured with cameras and access barriers. For longer-term parking while you're away, you can book our great package in conjunction with the airport's official Long Stay car park.
Parking at the hotel:
If you haven't booked a parking inclusive package with the Premier inn, then parking at the hotel for the night of your stay will cost £10.
Long Stay parking:
Park overnight at the hotel and take your car to the Long Stay T1 and T3 in the morning. It's recommended that you give yourself at least 40 minutes to drive to the car park and transfer to the airport.
How to get there:
Turn left out of the hotel. At the second set of traffic lights turn left onto the Northern Perimeter Road. Follow this road until you see the signs for Long Stay parking on your left. Transfers from the car park to terminals 1 and 3 run 24 hours a day, every 10 minutes. If you're flying from terminal 4, you can get the Heathrow Connect train from terminals 1 and 3, which runs every half hour and takes six minutes, or bus 555, which runs every 20 minutes. If youre flying from terminal 5, you can get the Heathrow Express, which runs every quarter of an hour and takes three minutes. All transport between terminals is free.
A good night is guaranteed at the comfy, convenient and affordable Premier Inn. What's more, you're just 5 minutes from check-in.
You can check in from 14:00. Make sure you have a form of ID on you as you'll need to show it at check-in. The great thing about Premier Inn is that you'll know exactly what to expect, and this hotel is no different: friendly staff, a comfy bed, delicious food and a speedy transfer to the airport.
Whether you fancy a bite to eat, a coffee or a beer and a game of pool, there's plenty to keep you entertained on the main level. Indulge in your favourite hot drink and a cake from the Costa coffee shop. It's open 24 hours a day, so you'll find something scrumptious no matter what time it is. There are lots of relaxing seating areas, so sink into one of the comfy armchairs and put your feet up before dinner.
The huge pub serves all of your favourite beers, wines and spirits. Sports fanatics can even keep clued in on the latest action with the flatscreen TV. Or, if you'd rather play a game yourself, challenge your family to a game of pool.
When it's time to eat, the Thyme restaurant offers delicious dishes for a great price. You'll find British classics, like gourmet burgers, grilled steaks, cheesy pizzas, fresh salads and a huge choice of sweet treats that you won't want to miss out on. You can keep the kids happy too, since children under 12 can eat from a special menu. The Thyme restaurant serves dinner from 17:00 to 23:00 on weekdays and from 17:00 to 22:00 on weekends.
When bedtime calls, you're guaranteed to have a great night's sleep in your comfy bed. Each room has a private bathroom, a TV, radio, telephone, hairdryer, iron, air conditioning and all you need to make tea and coffee.
There's no reason to fly on an empty tummy. Whether you like a hearty English or a lighter Continental breakfast, you're sure to find something delicious on the morning of your flight. Kids under 12 even eat for free. Breakfast is served in the Thyme restaurant.
Transferring to the airport couldn't be easier. Jump on the Heathrow Hoppa - it runs regularly during the airport's opening hours. When bought in advance, tickets cost £4.50 per person one way and £8 return. They cost £5 for a single and £9 return if purchased from the driver on the day. Up to two children under 15 can travel free with a paying adult.
To make life easier, we've automatically added Hoppa tickets to your basket - you'll see them on the next page. This adds an extra charge to your booking, however if you'd like to make other plans for your transfers, you can remove them by clicking the link underneath the text.