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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|From USD $225 per night|
Getting to the Terminal
Terminal 5 is located to the west of the Heathrow site and is the newest terminal with spectacular views of the airport’s runways.
Parking at Terminal 5
Parking costs at terminal 5 vary in price and it can take up to 15 minutes to travel from the car park to the terminal. We recommend you take the hassle out of parking and combine your parking at Heathrow with a relaxing stay before your holiday – this is particularly relevant for families and if you live far away from the airport.
At the Terminal: Shopping and Restaurants
Terminal 5 has an array of shopping and dining experiences available that suit everyone from the traveller with not much time to the dedicated shopper ready to take advantage of the tax-free shopping.
Shops at Terminal 5
With over 40 stores in the terminal, you’re spoilt for choice on pre-holiday shopping deals. Some of our favourite stores include Bulgari, Cartier, Burberry, Dior, Gucci, Harrods and Mont Blanc. The airport is also great for last minute luggage purchases with a choice of brands to choose from.
Restaurants at Terminal 5
With a similar number of restaurants at terminal 5, you have a wide range of cuisines and establishments to dine at. From fast-food favourites such as Pret a Manger, Eat and Cafe Nero to family favourites like Carluccios, Garfunkels and Wagamamas. If you want to try something a little different, head to Gordon Ramsay’s Plane Food or relax at one of the many pubs like The Three Bells or The Windsor Castle.
Useful Information: Travelling to Other Terminals
Terminal 1 and 3 to Terminal 5
You can take the Heathrow Express train between terminals 1 and 3 to terminal 5. It is a fast, reliable and free service that runs every 15 minutes and takes 3 minutes. Alternatively you can take bus 441 that is also free and takes up to 20 minutes.
Terminal 4 to Terminal 5
Free bus transfers are available between the terminals, taking 12 to 15 minutes. Bus numbers 482 and 490 stop outside Terminal 4 and at the Terminal 5 bus station (next to the terminal building). Alternatively, free rail transfers are available using Heathrow Express (change trains at Heathrow Central) but you must allow plenty of time between transfers.