Book the Heathrow Sheraton Skyline
including 8 days parking
from the airport
A tropical island in an airport hotel
Leaning back and floating in a beautiful, blue pool, with palm trees hanging overhead. You swim under a bridge, round a little island hideaway and then right up to a bar and order a drink to sip while you soak away in the cool water but, hang on, you haven't even caught your flight yet! The Sheraton Skyline hotel in Hayes is built around an enormous, tropical-style pool under a glass ceiling, so you don't have to wait for landing to start your exotic getaway.
The pool is open from 16:00 to 23:00, but that's just the start of your adventure at this Heathrow hotel. There are three restaurants, offering everything from bar snacks for munching in front of a football match, to four-star cuisine in a tropical garden. There's even a Starbucks in the lobby.
Take a break from the tropics and get a workout
If your idea of relaxing has more to do with treadmills than tropics, the Sheraton Fitness gym is open 24 hours a day. Just pop your room key in the door and let yourself in. You'll find cardio equipment like bikes, step machines and the aforementioned treadmills, along with both free and fixed weights. Everything you need to work out the last of that stress before your holiday.
All this and the Sheraton Skyline hotel still has some of the largest rooms you'll find at Heathrow and this hotel in Hayes is a little more than a mile from the terminal. If you're looking for luxury, this is where you'll find it.
We recommend the Sheraton Skyline for:
Tropical paradise - For real luxury, you'll struggle to find better than a tropical island wrapped up in an airport hotel! Swim, eat, drink and be merry.
Luxury rooms - The Sheraton has some of the largest rooms you'll find at Heathrow and all have luxury beds so good Sheraton put its own brand on them.
Great food - With three different restaurants, you'll find everything from Mediterranean-themed fine dining to USA-themed bar grub. Something to put a smile on everyone's face.
Getting to the airport:
The Heathrow Hoppa shuttle runs to all terminals. It costs £4.50pp one way and £8 return. For more information, check the Transfers tab.
A taxi to T1, T2 and T3 costs around £12, and a taxi to T4 and T5 costs around £18.
There's also a free public bus. It stops outside the hotel and stops at all terminals.
Overnight parking costs £15 per car.
If you want to leave your car for the whole of your trip, take a look at our parking inclusive packages.
The Sheraton Skyline is one of the many airport hotels on Bath Road, opposite the runway.
Driving directions, and a postcode for satnavs will be on your email confirmation.
Travelling to the hotel by train? The nearest station is Hayes & Harlington, which is about 10 minutes away by taxi.
Check in: from 2pm. Check out: by 12 noon.
All bedrooms are soundproofed. Guests tell us they find the rooms spacious and comfortable. The showers get great reviews too, with guests saying there was great water pressure.
- High speed wifi
- Tea and coffee
- Ironing board
- Work desk
- En suite with shower and bath
- Hair dryer
- Room service (£3 tray charge)
Medium-speed wifi is free and high-speed wifi is £15.
Hotel accessibility includes:
- Accessible toilets in the lobby
- Accessible parking spaces
- Hearing loops
Accessible rooms include:
- Accessible bathrooms
- Walk-in showers or accessible baths
- Wider doors
- Vibrating pillow fire alarms
There are 2 restaurants at the Sheraton Skyline:
The all-American Sports Bar and Grill serves meals like steaks, 9 different burger options, pizzas and salads. Guests really like the atmosphere with the plasma TVs showing the latest sporting action. A main will cost around £12.
Open: 6pm - 11:45pm on weekdays and 12pm - 10:45pm at weekends.
Madhu’s serves authentic Indian meals with a twist. They have specially-trained chefs who focus on adding as much flavour to their dishes as possible. A main will cost around £12.
Open: 6pm - 11:30pm daily.
There are 2 bars:
The Sky Bar is the hub of the hotel. It’s an island bar by the indoor pool specialising in exotic cocktails and mocktails.
Open: 4pm - 11pm.
Guests say the Sports Bar and Grill is slightly more laid-back. It serves beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. It’s decorated with sports memorabilia, and has a pool table and TVs. A pint of Stella will cost around £4.20.
Open: 6pm - 12:45am on weekdays and 12pm - 10:45pm at weekends.
It’s a generous English and continental buffet. It’s £14pp when you book it in advance with us. On the day, it’s £17.50pp for English and £15.50pp for continental.
Served: 6am - 10:30 on weekdays and 6am - 11:am at weekends.
There’s also a Starbucks, open from 6am - 8pm.
Things to do:
- Free indoor pool, open 4pm - 11pm
- Free table tennis in the pool area
- Free 24-hour gym
Hints, tips and extra bits:
- It can be a long walk from the lift to your room, so ask for a room close to a lift when you check in.
- We’d recommend requesting a room facing the runway when you check in.
- Upgrade to a Club room for £45 to get access to the Club Lounge, free high-speed wifi, continental breakfast, soft drinks and an airport view. It's £20 cheaper to book it on the next page than it is to pay on the day.
Sheraton Skyline address
Sheraton Skyline Additional Information
|Address||Bath Road (A4),|
|Disabled facilities||The hotel offers disabled facilities including lifts to accommodate wheelchairs, accessible parking spaces and hearing loops. |
The hotel has accessible rooms - please call Holiday Extras to request one. These include wider doors and accessible bathrooms with walk-in showers or accessible baths.
|All rooms non-smoking|
|Phone in room|
We were delighted with our hotel and it's location. The staff were all great and extremely helpful, nothing was too much trouble. We will certainly stay there again.Mrs David (Sheraton Skyline)
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Overall rating: 88%by 244 guests