The Renaissance Hotel's Surrounding Area
Excellent value - hotel lovely - my little boy loved seeing the planes land at Heathrow. So easy on return - car safe and sound. Thanks.
The Renaissance is a stones throw away from the amenities of Heathrow, and a train or bus ride away from the buzz of London. So whether you're looking for a great meal, something to keep the kids entertained or to discover more about our capital city, you're well placed to explore to your heart's content.
- Nearby restaurants
- The Pheasant restaurant
- London Hong Kong Chinese restaurant
- The Fat Duck
Food and drink
If you choose not to dine at the hotel or the airport, there are all sorts of cuisines to choose from nearby. Local restaurants include the Pheasant restaurant and pub, which offers a mix of traditional pub food and finer dining, as well as a kids' menu, all in a wonderful setting split across six levels.
A little further afield, youll find the amazing Fat Duck, a restaurant owned by renowned chef Heston Blumenthal, in Bray. You'll get the chance to taste the wildest and wackiest of high-end food, great for when youre feeling adventurous.
If you're looking for something a little more ordinary, there is a whole crowd of restaurants and cafes at to suit all tastes and budgets in London. Youll find a range of cuisines, including the Oriental in China Town, Indian and Middle Eastern in the East End, and all your well-known favourite restaurants in the West End and Soho areas. You really will be spoilt for choice.
During your stay at the Renaissance youll have a number of places to while away your time whilst waiting for your flight. In addition to the hotels great facilities, there are local attractions in the surrounding area for you to make use of. Take a swing at the Stockley Park golf course, relax at the Spring Health Leisure Club, get your thrills at Thorpe Park, or challenge the kids to bowling at the Airport Bowl.
With London only a train or bus journey away, you really cant miss out on seeing all the famous sites that draw tourists from around the world. From Big Ben and the London Eye to the Tower of London and Greenwich Park, theres plenty to see. If you want to do some last minute shopping for your holiday, just head to any of the buzzing shopping areas such as Oxford Street, Covent Garden or Westfield shopping mall.
If you want to travel into London with ease then take the Heathrow Express. The trains run every fifteen minutes and take you straight to Paddington Station in the heart of London.