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DoubleTree by Hilton at London Heathrow Airport

Every guest checking into this Heathrow airport hotel receives a legendary DoubleTree cookie, baked freshly on the premises every day. Warm, crispy yet gooey, and packed with melt-in-the-mouth chocolate chips, it's a decadent and unique welcome to a luxury four-star hotel that's just 10 minutes from Heathrow airport.

The DoubleTree by Hilton at London Heathrow Airport has a clean, contemporary and polished feel to it, after having undergone a major refurbishment in 2008 when it was transformed from a Ramada to a DoubleTree hotel. Its reception is bright and welcoming, with a glass ceiling that beckons the sun and brightens the whole area. There's free wifi in the lobby and bar, where you can enjoy an Italian Piacetto coffee, a cocktail or a premium beer.

Rewarding repeat guests

For frequent Hilton guests, the DoubleTree offers points and miles through its Hilton HHonors scheme, just one of the many advantages of staying at the hotel.

We recommend the DoubleTree by Hilton at Heathrow for:

Convenience - You'll be at any Heathrow terminal within 15 minutes, with the Heathrow Hoppa bus stopping right outside the hotel's doors. On your return journey, it'll take under 10 minutes as the DoubleTree is the only hotel that the bus stops at. What's more, you can save 50p on the price of a single ticket and £1 on a return if you buy your ticket in advance - and children under 15 travel for free! Not only is the DoubleTree very close to Heathrow airport, but you will hardly hear the planes, thanks to the triple glazed windows in every bedroom.

Eating and drinking - A wide variety of mouthwatering dishes to choose from, as well as 'breakfast of the day' offering delights such as pancakes and waffles. At dinner, you'll be spoiled for choice with pan fried sea bass, Aberdeen Angus beefburger and field mushroom and leek risotto. What's more, you'll get a 10% discount when booking through us!

A great night's sleep - A great night's sleep is on the cards when you stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton at Heathrow. They use Sweet Dreams bedding, ensuring that all guests enjoy a comfy and cosy stay, and all bedrooms completely close off the outside world with soundproofed triple glazing and blackout curtains.

Getting to the airport:

Terminal 2: 12 minutes
Terminal 3: 11 minutes
Terminal 4: 14 minutes
Terminal 5: 15 minutes

The Heathrow Hoppa shuttle bus runs regularly from the hotel to all terminals during the airport’s opening hours (5am - 11:30pm). The Heathrow Hoppa bus stops at other hotels on the way, so we recommend allowing an extra 30 minutes to get to the terminal.

Tickets cost £4.50 per person when bought on the day - you’ll find more details on the Transfers tab.


If you need it, overnight parking at the hotel costs £12.50.

If you need parking while you're away, take a look at our airport hotels with parking packages.

Hotel location:

The Doubletree is less than 15 minutes from all terminals and closest to terminals 2 and 3. Driving instructions and a postcode for satnavs will be on your confirmation email.

Travelling by train? The nearest station is Hayes & Harlington. It’s 10 minutes from the hotel and a taxi will cost around £15.

Check-in: from 2pm. Check-out: by 12 noon.


Rooms are spacious and soundproofed with a sitting area and a place to store luggage. Triple rooms include a king-size bed and sofa bed or single bed. Family rooms include a queen-size bed and double sofa bed. Child age 15 and under.

Rooms include:
- Free wifi
- TV
- Tea and coffee
- Hair dryer
- Safe
- Desk and chair


It’s free throughout the hotel. There’s also a standard upgrade for £5 or a premium upgrade for £10. The upgraded options are not quite fast enough to stream shows online and best for simply checking emails or surfing the net, so we’d recommend saving yourself a few pounds and using 4G on your mobile if you need to.


Hotel accessibility includes:
- Hearing loops
- Service dogs welcome
- Ramps

Accessible bedrooms include:
- Wider doors
- Grab bars
- Lowered wall fixtures and sinks
- Walk-in showers


The 745 restaurant serves classic brasserie-style dishes like pan fried sea bass, hot pot and Aberdeen Angus beef burgers. The average main meal costs £15. There’s also an early bird deal where you can get 2 courses for £19 or 3 courses for £23 between 6pm and 8pm.
Monday - Saturday: 6pm - 10.30pm.
Sunday: 6pm - 10pm.


It’s a large buffet of full English and continental breakfast. Breakfast costs £17 per person or £12 per person if booked with reception when you check in.
Monday - Friday: 6am - 10am.
Saturday and Sunday: 7am - 11am.


The 745 bar and restaurant is an open-plan space where you can get soft drinks, beer, wine and spirits.

The bar offers lighter bites like sandwiches and paninis, burgers and salads. A sandwich will cost around £7.50 while a burger will be about £15.
Open: 11am - 11pm.

Things to do:

- Free 24-hour gym.

Doubletree by Hilton Additional Information

Star rating
AddressBath Road,
Disabled facilitiesGround floor rooms are available on request.
Room service
All rooms non-smoking
En-suite bathroom
Trouser press
Phone in room

Doubletree by Hilton room-only procedures

On the day of your stay:

Drive to the hotel - your confirmation will include directions and a postcode for sat navs. Overnight parking costs £12.50.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

You can catch the Heathrow Hoppa bus from the hotel to the airport and back - it runs regularly during the airport's opening hours.

T2 and T3:

From terminals 2 and 3, you’ll need to get the bus H7. The first bus from terminal 2 is at 04:55 and then every 45 minutes until 22:55. From terminal 3 the first bus is at 04:50 and then every 45 minutes until 22:50.

T4 and T5:

If you’re going from terminal 4 or 5, you’ll need the H56 bus. The first one from terminal 4 is 05:00, then every half an hour until 23:30. From terminal 5 they go from 04:44 every 30 minutes until 23:14.


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.

Doubletree by Hilton with parking at Long Stay T4

On the day of your stay:

Drive to the hotel - your confirmation will include directions and a postcode for sat navs. Overnight parking is included in the price.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

Drive your car to Long Stay T4 in the morning before your flight. We recommend you give yourself at least 40 minutes before your flight check-in time to drive to the car park and transfer to the terminal. Then hop on the transfer bus to the terminal. It runs on request, takes 4 minutes and is included in the price.

Coming home:

Get the transfer bus back to the car park from Terminal 4. You’ll need to go to bus stop 3 to wait for the bus. Once you're at the car park, pick up your car and drive to the customer service office next to the exit, where they'll validate your ticket so you can leave the car park. All that's left then, is to drive out the barrier and head home.

Doubletree by Hilton with parking at Long Stay T2 and 3

On the day of your stay:

Drive to the hotel - your confirmation will include directions and a postcode for sat navs. Overnight parking is included in the price.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

1. Drive to Long Stay T2 and T3. Directions to the car park are given in your confirmation. You should give yourself at least 40 minutes to drive to the car park, park your car and catch the transfer bus to the terminal.

2. When you arrive at the car park, take a ticket from the machine at the barrier, then drive in and park your car.

3. Then make your way to the bus stop and catch the transfer bus to the terminal.

4. Transfers run when needed between 23:00 and 04:00. The bus runs every 8 minutes and takes just 15 minutes - and the best thing is, it's included in the price.

[b]Coming home: [/b

You need to get back to the car park by bus. Call the car park and let them know which terminal you are at, along with your bus stop number and which car park you require. When you get back, collect your car, then drive to the exit barrier, insert your ticket and wait for it to lift. Drive out the barrier and head home.

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Overall rating: 94%by 12 guests