Heathrow Airport
140 Bath Road, Hayes
 Middlesex  UB3 5AW  England
LAT: 51.481529 LONG: -0.441432
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TELEPHONE: + 44 (0)20 3856 3961 FAX: + 44 (0)20 8759 4559


4 Star Heathrow Airport Hotel

Minutes from Heathrow, Radisson Blu Edwardian, Heathrow is a 4 star airport hotel that feels like anything but. Dramatic spaces, distinctive design and dedicated service come together in a location where London meets the world.

Rooms are spacious and deeply comfortable, and expansive spaces are ideal for entertaining and events on a grand scale. A buzzing Bijou Bar, new Steak & Lobster dining experience, Indian restaurant Annayu and soothing Pegasus Spa make this hotel perfect for work or play, and the ‘Stay, Park and Fly’ package gives you complimentary airport parking when you fly from Heathrow.

Check-in is from 15:00. Check-out is at 11:00

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Radisson Blu Edwardian, Heathrow - Luxury Hotel near Windsor

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Mon 21 Aug 2017 to Tue 22 Aug 2017
From USD $125 per night
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4 Star Hotel Near Heathrow Airport

Located approximately 5 minutes by car from Heathrow airport, the Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow is the perfect choice for business or leisure travellers flying to and from the airport.  For those with more time, Windsor Castle and Legoland  are just 10 miles away whilst for sports fans Royal Ascot horse racing, Twickenham International Rugby, and the Royal Wentworth Golf Course are all within 20 miles of the luxury hotel. 

Tourist attractions and Local Landmarks
Windsor Castle, Legoland, Thorpe Amusement Park, Chessington World of Adventures, Twickenham Rugby Football Stadium, Royal Ascot, Wentworth Golf Club, Eton, Kew Gardens and Hampton Court Palace.

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Morning: Virginia Water, part of Windsor Great Park, forces you to relax with nothing but tall standing ancient trees, lakes and well-planned vistas. If you need a task, try and find the immense totem pole.

Noon: Windsor has attracted tourists since Victoria's reign. Don't fight it: succumb to the pleasures at hand. See St. George's chapel and look down over the castle, then head to the Crooked House for a brilliant cream tea.

Night: Sit outside The Swan in Twickenham on one of the prettiest stretches of The Thames, then amble over to The Barmy Arms for a great pub meal.

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