Hotels at Heathrow Airport in Middlesex, London, include the Sofitel London Heathrow at Terminal 5, the Heathrow Hotel Bath Road, the Hilton Garden Inn London Heathrow Airport and the Yotel Heathrow Airport at Terminal 4. Connected to Terminal 5 by a walkway and to all the other terminals by tube, the Sofitel is the most luxurious of the group. With 578 rooms and 52 suites and villas, it's also one of the largest.
Heathrow Hotel Bath Road is on the edge of the airport grounds, roughly a five-minute drive from the terminals. The low-cost Hotel Hoppa shuttle is available from the airport terminals to the property. Room and car parking packages are offered for those traveling from Heathrow. Rooms have clean-lined contemporary furnishings and modern entertainment and Internet options.
The Hilton Garden Inn is a low-key, well-priced property just outside of the airport's property. The Hotel Hoppa shuttle is available, but the property is also just a short walk to the Underground Tube, which gets guests to the terminals as well as the sights and sounds of downtown London. The Hilton, with its sleek, modern look, is also a favorite of business travelers because of its on-site 24/7 business center.
The Yotel, located in Terminal 4, is a new concept of mini hotel that offers small "cabins" instead of hotel rooms. Standard cabins, for example, offer a single bed, a pull-down work desk and a private bath with shower, all tucked into 75 square feet of space. A flat-screen TV is mounted in the bed alcove. Premium rooms, big enough for two, take up 110 square feet. Despite the size, furnishings and electronics are top-end.