Hilton Garden Inn has marked the full opening of its second Heathrow hotel.
The 369-room hotel between Terminals 2 and 3 has a restaurant and a 14th floor ‘runway bar’ with panoramic views of the airport, and Windsor and London beyond.
Rooms are equipped with HD TVs, desks, coffee makers and mini-fridges.
The hotel also offers cooked-to-order breakfasts, a 24-hour gym and five meeting rooms with natural light.
It is connected to Terminal 2 by a covered bridge and to Terminal 3 by an underground walkway.
There is no car parking, but the hotel emphasises that it has easy travel links to central London via the tube or Heathrow Express.
The other Hilton Garden Inn at Heathrow is next to Hatton Cross station.
Vincent Madden, director of hotel operations at Arora Group, which is operating the hotel under a franchise agreement, said: “The hotel’s location is simply second to none in this market and adds to the superbly located portfolio of hotels that the Group boasts.
“Our team members are genuinely looking forward to welcoming guests transiting through Heathrow’s busiest terminals whether on business or pleasure.”
The Arora Group also operates the recently opened Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn Express hotels at Heathrow T4, which are linked to the terminal building by a bridge, as well as the Holiday Inn London Heathrow T5, and the Sofitel London Heathrow.