The surrounding area at the Premier Inn

A Heathrow airport hotel with a city of fun right on the doorstep.

The Hotel and the parking were ideal and the best price available.I would definitely recommend your company to friends and family.

Mr Healey
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London is just a quick 15-minute train ride away when you stay at the Heathrow airport Premier Inn so why not go exploring? Take in the sights and sounds of London's streets or visit one of the fantastic tourist attractions - you certainly won't be bored in this buzzing capital.

To make sure you catch all the best bits we’ve compiled a list of our favourite sights and sounds around the capital.

  • Great restaurants
  • Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
  • The Fat Duck
  • The Ivy
  • Nearby nightlife
  • Fabric
  • Ministry of Sound
  • Pacha

Eating and drinking

The main areas for food and drink in the capital are either Soho or the West End, although wherever you are there's sure to be somewhere offering tasty dishes. London is so jam-packed with amazing restaurants you can’t go wrong.

Most areas offer the standard food choices in abundance but there are a few regions that really specialise in particular cuisine: Brick Lane is the best for Bengali, while Stoke Newington is a fantastic place to try a little Turkish taste, and Southall is undoubtedly the best place to go if you fancy a 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.

Top tip

It couldn't be easier to get into London from the Heathrow airport Premier Inn, just get on the Heathrow Express or take the Piccadilly line on the Underground, both go from Heathrow’s terminals.

Portobello Road


  • The London Eye
  • Parliament and the River Thames
  • The Tate Modern
  • The Tower of London
  • The British Museum


Oxford Street is without doubt the high street shopper's Mecca. It’s home to huge shops full of all your favourite brands and adjoining Regent Street offers more of the same. Alternatively, for the most famous shop in the world head to Knightsbridge and experience the magnificent Harrods in all its glory.

If you’re a little more free spirited and prefer your purchase to have a unique character Portobello Road’s market is home to vintage fashion, antiques and jewelery aplenty. Similarly Old Spitalfields Market is home to all sorts, from high fashion to bric-a-brac and is a firm favourite among Londoners.

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