Hotel at London-Heathrow Airport: £68 / €81 per Night at the 4-Star Renaissance

Renaissance LHR superior

If you’re flying from London-Heathrow airport from April 2023 onward and need to spend a night at the airport before departing the next morning, a great option has opened up, as you can currently book a night at Marriott‘s 4-star Renaissance hotel for only £68 (~€79). Located next to the runway (don’t worry, the windows are sound-proof), the hotel is also popular for plane spotters and avgeeks. A refundable rate costs £85 (~€99).

This price is available from April onward, especially on weekends. You can book directly on Marriott’s website. Feel free to select the dates that you need on our search form below. It will then redirect you to the hotel’s booking site:

For £68 (~€79), you would be staying in a Standard room, either with 1 large bed or two individual beds. Plane spotters will want to spend £15 (~€17) more for a Superior Runway View room.

The Hotel

The Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel is a 4-star property of the Marriott brand and is considered to be among the best places to stay near Heathrow. It’s also only a 25-minute drive away from Thorpe park.

Previous guests left good reviews of the hotel, many of them stating that the relaxed atmosphere made them feel comfortable.

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Located right next to Heathrow Airport, it’ll take you less than 15 minutes to get from the hotel to the terminal with a free bus (less than five by car). Of course, the hotel’s location is not ideal if your idea is to visit London’s sights.

Price Check

£68 (~€79) is a low price for this hotel. Even one month earlier, in March, you’d still be paying roughly £95 (~€110) per night.

The hotel’s price is also very good if you compare it to similar hotels in the London borough of Hillingdon, with most 4-star hotels charging about €120-€130.

Cover Picture: © Marriott International, Inc.

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