Introducing Aerotel London Heathrow – The Airport’s First and Only In-Terminal Hotel

posted on 9th October 2019 by Eddie

Aerotel London Heathrow has opened as the only in-terminal Hotel at Terminal 3 arrivals. Open 24/7, Aerotel London offers around the clock check-in/out times and flexible booking packages to best accommodate your travel schedule.

“Our award-winning Plaza Premium Lounge at Terminal 2, 3, 4 and 5 have been well received for the variety of services.  Our international guests are now asking for a comfortable space to sleep when they land early or late at night, while London residents taking morning and late night flights are looking for a spot to chill or power nap before boarding.  Aerotel London Heathrow is our answer to travellers’ pain points.” says Song Hoi-see, Founder and CEO of Plaza Premium Group. 

“Heathrow is our long-time partner and we appreciate their trust and support through the past years.  We are confident to become an integral part of the airport and uplift the airport hospitality experience for all travellers.”

“We are delighted to have worked with Aerotel to bring Heathrow passengers this new, comfortable, modern hotel in Terminal 3 Arrivals. This will be really valuable for customers in need of a quiet haven to rest, relax and prepare for their onward journey.” said John Arbuckle, Heathrow’s Head of Property.

In the categories of Solo Plus, Double Plus and Family Room, the landside hotel is perfect for individual, business and family travellers up to a size of four.  Mattresses and pillows are handpicked to facilitate quality sleep and power nap while all guestrooms are equipped with power showers and soothing lighting to ensure guests are refreshed and recharged for their onward journeys. Celebrating British tea culture, travellers will also find “sleep tea” in the guestrooms for a total relaxation.

An all-day dining and social spot Library Lounge offer a variety of hot and cold food and drinks while a range of complimentary facilities and services include Wi-Fi service and reading materials such as newspapers, magazines and TVs with multiple channels.