Crowne Plaza London Heathrow completes renovation programme

4 Oct 2007 by Mark Caswell

Crowne Plaza’s London Heathrow property has seen its public areas renovated at a
cost of £1.5 million. The hotel’s reception, lobby, bar and restaurant have all
undergone refurbishment.

Additional check-in desks have been added to the
reception, along with a dedicated desk for Priority Club members, and the
hotel’s main restaurant has been revamped under the name “Orwell’s Brasserie and
Bar”. The new eatery offers modern British cuisine in a space where “rich dark
panelling interweaves with light clean tones, creating a stylish yet informal
atmosphere”. The accompanying Orwell’s Bar offers Starbuck’s coffee by day, and
a cocktail bar menu after 5pm.

The latest renovation follows the recent
refurbishment of the hotel’s health and fitness club, which features a 16sqm
swimming pool, spa bath, gym, sauna and steam room.

The Crowne Plaza Heathrow is located around two
miles from the airport. For a full rundown of hotels in and around Heathrow see
the April 2006 edition of Business Traveller.

For more information visit Business
will be carrying out a full Tried and Tested review of the
renovated property in the forthcoming November issue.

Report by Mark Caswell

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