The Hilton at Heathrow Terminal 5
- The perfect stay before flying from Heathrow
- Located near Terminal 5
- Transfer buses run from the hotel to the T5
- Optional car parking at the Hilton
- Book an evening meal in advance
Convenient for Terminal 5 and a great price!
We recommend the Hilton at Terminal 5 for anybody looking to start a holiday or trip with a few more pleasantries than your average airport hotel. The Hilton is available with Essential Travel at a price to seriously tempt anybody and if you are flying from Terminal 5, the convenience of parking at the hotel and transfers from the lobby to the terminal is reason enough to book your room.
Check-in - 3pm.
Check-out- 12:.00 Midday
Rooms are all triple-glazed for extra peace and quiet. Beds are king-size so you can sprawl out without upsetting the other half and you'll find an equally generous 37-inch TV. Of course, you'll have an en-suite bathroom too. Guests at the Hilton also have Wi-Fi access and, should you want it, a safe which is big enough to store a laptop.
How to get to the Hilton at Heathrow T5
Distance to Heathrow airport:
Station: terminal 4 underground - 6 minute's walk. Town centre: Hounslow, 15 minute's drive Airport: Connected to terminal 4.
Directions to hotel:
The hotel is about five minutes from junction 14 of the M25.
From the north: Leave the M25 at junction 14. When the slip road forks, bear right, following the signs for the A3113 - don't take the left fork towards terminal 5. At the roundabout, take the fourth exit towards Poyle and Datchet. At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Poyle Road. Go straight on at the third roundabout, then at the fourth roundabout, take the first exit into the hotel.
From the south: Leave the M25 at junction 14. Keep left, following the signs for the A3113, then at the roundabout, take the first exit towards Poyle and Datchet. At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Poyle Road. Go straight on at the third roundabout, then at the fourth roundabout, take the first exit into the hotel.
By public transport: You can catch the Heathrow Hoppa bus from the hotel to the airport and back - it runs regularly during the airport's opening hours. From terminal 4 the H57 service runs from Bust Stop 12 every 30 minutes from 04:46 to 23:16 and from terminal 5, the H57 it runs from Bus Stops 22 and 23 every 30 minutes from 05:05 to 23:35. If you need terminals 1, 2 or 3, you'll need to take the Hoppa to terminal 5 and take the Heathrow Express train from there to the terminal you want. You may need to catch a free train between terminals, depending on where you are travelling from, so leave plenty of time.
When bought in advance, tickets cost £4.50 per person one way and £8 return. They cost £5 for a single and £9 return if purchased from the driver on the day. Up to two children under 15 can travel free with a paying adult.
To make life easier, we've automatically added Hoppa tickets to your basket - you'll see them on the next page. This adds an extra charge to your booking, however if you'd like to make other plans for your transfers, you can remove them by clicking the link underneath the text.
More about the Hilton at Terminal 5
Parking at the Hilton T5 is available to book with your room. Park in the hotel car park when you arrive. Your car will remain here for the duration of your trip.
Buffet breakfast is available from 6.30am to 11am and is £20.95* per person.
A la carte breakfast is served from 6.30am to 11am and costs £2.95 to £17.95* per person.
The Hilton run a 24 hour room service.
3 Restaurants: American (24 hour), Continental and Oriental Style Dining, Dancers Bar, Lifts.
The Hilton T5 has two restaurants; both equally enticing: Mr Todiwala's Kitchen is run by Chef Cyrus Todiwala who owns the award-winning Cafe Spice Namaste in London. He's been described as a genius and his London restaurant as offering London's finest Indian food. So you can expect some special, spiced dishes at Mr Todiwala's Kitchen.
The Gallery restaurant offers more British favourites with a choice of modern and contemporary specialties. The menu evokes freshness and tradition, but many of the dishes have an innovative twist which makes them hard to resist. Both restaurants are open until 10.30pm, and The Gallery has a children's menu.
Disabled access rooms are available. These have wet rooms with accessible showers and grab rails. The hotel has lifts.
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