Best airport hotels in the world

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  • Canadienthust
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    I believe Sheraton Gateway at Toronto Peason Airport is a worthy contender. It is 4 star property right at the airport connected to terminal 3 and terminal link train station. Sleek looking exterior.

    Business Traveller replies:

    Thanks to everyone for the postings on this forum so far. Our list of hotels for consideration can be seen below, and links through to the approriate properties can be viewed at http://www.businesstraveller.com/news/the-best-airport-hotels-in-the-world:

    London Heathrow:

    * Sofitel T5

    * Hilton T4

    * Yotel T4

    London Gatwick:

    * Yotel

    * S Terminal Hilton

    * N Terminal Sofitel

    London Stansted:

    * Radisson SAS

    Amsterdam Schiphol:

    * Yotel

    * CitizenM

    * Mercure

    * Sheraton

    * Hilton

    Paris CDG:

    * Sheraton T2

    Helsinki:

    * Scandic

    Stuttgart:

    * Moevenpick

    Brussels:

    * Sheraton

    Frankfurt:

    * Sheraton

    Munich:

    * Kempinski

    Rome:

    * Hilton

    Zurich:

    * Radisson SAS

    Copenhagen:

    * Hilton

    Milan Malpensa:

    * Crowne Plaza

    Athens:

    * Sofitel

    Oslo:

    * Radisson SAS

    Dubai:

    * Dubai – International hotel

    Abu Dhabi:

    * Abu Dhabi Airport Hotel

    Beirut

    * Coral Beach Hotel

    Cairo:

    * Concorde El Salam

    Riyadh:

    * The Sahara Airport Hotel

    New York JFK:

    * JFK Ramada Hotel

    New York Newark:

    * Marriott

    Chicago:

    * Aloft

    * Hilton

    Washington Dulles:

    * Marriott Dulles

    Los Angeles:

    * Custom Hotel

    Boston:

    * Hilton Logan

    Seattle:

    * Radisson Hotel Gateway Seattle

    San Francisco:

    * Crowne Plaza SFO,

    Dallas Fort Worth:

    * Hyatt Regecy

    *Grand Hyatt

    * Westin

    Atlanta:

    * Hilton

    Orlando:

    * Hyatt

    Philadelphia:

    * Marriott

    Pittsburgh:

    * Hyatt

    Tampa:

    * Marriott

    Vancouver, YVR:

    * Fairmont Vancouver Airport

    Sao Paolo:

    * Marriott Sao Paulo

    Johannesburg:

    * Intercontinental

    Hong Kong:

    * Regal Airport Hotel

    * Marriott Hong Kong

    Shanghai:

    * Ramada

    Beijing:

    * Crowne Plaza

    Singapore Changi:

    * Crowne Plaza

    Seoul Incheon:

    * Hyatt Regency

    * Incheon Airport Hotel Queen

    Bangkok:

    * Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel

    Sydney

    * Stamford

    Melbourne:

    * Hilton

    Kuala Lumpur:

    * Pan Pacific

    Tokyo Narita:

    * Hilton


    TheDarkKnight
    Participant

    Mumbai – The Leela Palace Hotel – five minutes drive from the Airport so the nearest hotel as far as I know.


    Home@FL350
    Participant

    TheDarkKnight –

    The InterContinental (The Lalit Mumbai) is where I stay while in Mumbai and is actually slightly closer (100 metres?) to the airport (international terminal) than the Leela Palace. I prefer the InterCon’s rooms and actual building (recently refurbished rooms, many with wood floors and flat screen tvs and an impressive atrium) to the Leela Palace however the gardens at the Leela are very nice. The service at the Leela too is exemplary. The InterCon does not provide free transport unless you have booked the executive club floor but can pick up from BOM for a charge.

    A bit late on this posting (and certainly late for any voting) I know, but have just recently joined the discussion forum.


    VintageKrug
    Participant

    I would never stay anywhere else apart from near the airport in mumbai – last time I was there I had a stalker and had to depart tout de suite.


    lsd1908
    Participant

    Dear Business Travellers!

    Has anyone experienced the Sofitel London Heathrow using a Day Room between Overnight Flights?
    Is it worth to book the Luxury Room with access to the Millesieme Lounge?

    Any recommandation would be highly appreciated.

    Best regards
    Ludwig


    VintageKrug
    Participant

    I have only stayed at this hotel twice as emergency options between late arrivals/early starts and so both were “turn up and book” reservations.

    I assume I had a luxury rtoom as I am A-plus platinum.

    If you are not already an Accor A-plus member then do ensure you seek out the complimentary $60 joining bonus online which might lessen the cost of your stay.

    It’s a nice hotel, but really if you are just there to sleep who needs a luxury room? There are really no bad rooms at this hotel and it’s very comfortable. I think the luxury rooms have Hermes soaps and complimentary water, but as you will probably want something more substantial than yet more lounge food after eating on a plane and probably (?) have access to the excellent range of substantial food offerings in the BA lounge sin T5 pre-flight I wouldn’t recommend the lounge access at the Sofitel.

    I would point out that food at the Sofitel is eye-bogglingly expensive (ESPECIALLY the breakfast, which despite it being fully expensable for me, I balked at and actually got up and walked away) so best either to plan to eat somewhere in the Terminal (eg Gordon Ramsay’s excellent Plane Food airside) or dine landside in Carluccio’s which is perfectly acceptable.


    lsd1908
    Participant

    Dear VintageKrug,

    Thanks very much for the recommandations.

    Will keep you posted about my experience.

    Best regards
    Ludwig


    Air1234567
    Participant

    I have used the hotel inside Changi a number of times which provides excellent services at affordable prices. The other option I sometimes use is the SIngapore First class lounge. They have showers, food, individual rooms, wireless, although the bed is more of a curved chair, but I still manage to get a comfortable few hours sleep.

    Dusseldorf Airport has the Maritim Hotel which is extremely comfortable and modern with very nuce dining facilities.


    Inquisitive
    Participant

    Besides the transit hotel, The Crown Plaza at Singapore ChangiT3 is an excellent stop over hotel. I stayed there for one night. The rooms are reasoanbly soundproof, bathroom has modern rain showers and a glass wall so that one can enjoy television from the throne (or if with others, many interesting possibilities). The restaurants and the bar are reasonably good. The most interesting part is one could just enjoy the landside of the airport with basement having a lot of eating place like foodcourt and other shopping.

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