Book the Heathrow Mercure Hotel
including 8 days parking
from the airport
Family favourite hotel
It might be incredibly good value, but the well-equipped, friendly Mercure hotel Heathrow certainly wasn't built on a budget. It has a gym, larger-than-average rooms, plenty of on-site parking and a kids' playarea. Staying at this Heathrow airport hotel, you'll instantly feel like you're in your own front room - though in fact you'll be within 10 minutes of all four Heathrow terminals.
There's a really homely feel to this 30-year-old hotel, which is helped by the friendly, welcoming staff and the warm colours and soft furnishings in the public areas. Kids can treat it like a home-from-home too: they have their own play area with toys, a Playstation 3 and an Xbox, and a special menu at dinnertime with home-cooked favourites. Parents will love that too, because children 11 and under eat free if they're with an adult.
Getting to the airport:
The Heathrow Hoppa shuttle bus runs regularly from the hotel to terminals 2 and 3 during the airport’s opening hours (5am - 11:30pm). The 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 for a single. For more details, take a look at our Transfer tab.
If you need it, overnight parking at the hotel costs £10.
If you need parking while you're away, take a look at our airport hotels with parking packages.
The Mercure 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.
Check-in: from 2pm. Check-out: by 12 noon.
Standard bedrooms are are newly-refurbished with blackout curtains and lots of space. Interconnecting and family rooms are also available. Triple rooms include a double bed and single pull out. Family rooms include a double bed and double sofa bed. Child age 12 and under.
- Free wifi
- Mini fridge
- Tea and coffee
- Hair dryer
- Complimentary toiletries
- En-suite bathroom with rain shower
It’s free throughout the hotel. Our customers have said it is a good speed, but you can upgrade to a faster connection for £5.
Hotel accessibility includes:
- Accessible lifts
There are accessible bedrooms which include:
- Wider doors
- Grab bars
- Emergency pull cords
- Accessible bathrooms
Borders restaurant serves seasonal favourites like chicken, steak, lamb and fish made with fresh, local ingredients - there’s even a special menu for little ones. The average main meal costs about £15.
Open: 5:30pm - 10:30pm.
It’s a large buffet spread including full English and continental breakfast. Breakfast costs £10 per person if you add it on the next page. On the day it is £14.95 for a full English or £9.95 for continental.
Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 9:30am.
Saturday and Sunday: 6:30am - 10:30am.
Borders bar serves hot and soft drinks, beer, wine and spirits.
The bar also serves lighter meals like sandwiches and salads from 10:30am until 11pm. A ciabatta sandwich will cost you about £5 while a hot deli sandwich will be around £10.
Open: 10am - 12 midnight.
Things to do:
- Free kids’ club for children aged between 4 and 6.
- Selection of video games like a PlayStation and Xbox next to the bar.
- Free gym.
Mercure Additional Information
|Disabled facilities||The hotel has rooms which have been adapted for disabled guests, although they do not have walk-in showers. They include wider doors, grab bars and emergency pull cords. Please call us if you would like to book an accessible room. All the public areas of the hotel are accessible and there are disabled parking spaces and accessible lifts.|
|All rooms non-smoking|
|Phone in room|
Only issue was that they could not find the upgrades and meals we had booked after the initial booking. I had to find your confirmation and my bank statement...Ms Beaumont (Mercure)
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Overall rating: 78%by 170 guests