The Surrounding Area at the Radisson
Unbelievably good value, taking the stress out of the early morning trek to the airport to make the plane. You made it so easy!
From the Heathrow airport Radisson Edwardian hotel London is just a short train ride away.
World-class shopping, delicious dinners and fantastic attractions; the capital offers visitors such a huge variety of things to see and do. To help you chose how you spend your time weve put together a list of our favourites.
Food and drink
The Heathrow airport Radisson Edwardian is so close to London that its definitely worth venturing in to sample some of the culinary delights on offer.
If youre a fan of a curry then Southall will take some beating, for a Bengali dish Brick Lane is superb and for some Turkish flavour Stoke Newington is fantastic.
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 delectable dining around.
Getting to London from the Heathrow airport Radisson Edwardian is really easy, get the Heathrow Hoppa to the terminal then either the Heathrow Express or the Piccadilly line on the Underground will whisk you into London.
- The London Eye
- Parliament and the River Thames
- The Tate Modern
- The Tower of London
- The British Museum
During your stay, if youve got a desire to shop then youll be delighted by Londons Oxford Street where all your favourite brands have their flagship stores. If the British weather lets you down and you want a roof over your retail then head to Westfield Mall, its an enormous shopping centre with everything the discerning shopper could need. Alternatively for the most famous shop in the world head to Knightsbridge and experience the magnificent Harrods in all its glory.
If big name brands arent your thing then perhaps the iconic Portobello Road is for you. Home to a host of alternative and trendy vintage fashion, antiques and jewelery this market is a gold mine. Another favourite among those in the know is Old Spitalfields Market, which has everything from high fashion to assorted bric-a-brac.