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London Heathrow, Europe’s busiest airport, lies 14 miles to the west of the UK’s capital, with pick-ups available from the short-stay car park at each terminal and drop-off points in the lanes outside them. AirportCars can arrange Heathrow Airport transfers between here and popular local destinations including Windsor and Richmond or nearby hotels such as the Radisson Blu, Sofitel and Hyatt Place.

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Stay and fly: hotels near Heathrow Airport

Reserve your Heathrow Airport transfer to or from one of the numerous nearby hotels before travelling.

  • The Atrium Hotel is just 1.5 miles away at Feltham, making for easy Heathrow airport transfers in minutes. With a ‘very good’ TripAdvisor score plus three stars, it has a sauna, pool and jacuzzi.
  • The Radisson Blu is just a mile from Heathrow, featuring four stars and a 4.5/5 TripAdvisor customer satisfaction rating. Enjoy a cocktail in the lounge bar!
  • Ibis Styles is within a mile of the airport and we can whisk you there in no time. It has three stars, and is budget and family-friendly.

Transferring from Heathrow to a nearby airport?

  • London City Airport, the capital’s most central airport, is some 25 miles away, the other side of town, meaning Heathrow Airport transfers can take up to an hour by car.
  • Gatwick Airport lies 40 miles south, with airport transfers to and from London’s second airport again taking up to an hour by road.
  • London Luton Airport is a similar distance to the north, making for easy, hassle-free Heathrow Airport transfers.
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Towns and cities to visit near Heathrow

  1. Windsor lies some 10 miles west of Heathrow, meaning an airport car can have you there within 20 minutes. This gorgeous town on the Thames obviously has strong royal links, and you can visit Windsor Castle and St George’s Chapel, ramble in the majestic Great Park or the more modern Savill Garden, and enjoy the area’s superb shopping and eateries.
  2. Richmond is a similar distance to the east. Have a picnic in Richmond Park as deer amble past, wander by the river or enjoy the eclectic shops and varied dining on The Quadrant. Or perhaps you’d prefer to catch a show at the lovely local theatre?
  3. Egham is reachable within 10 minutes by road, being just five miles to the south-west in Surrey. It’s very near where the historic Magna Carta was signed in 1215. Nearby sights include the Air Forces, Kennedy and Magna Carta memorials; you could also walk throughRunnymede Meadows. Check out the local museum – or just go shopping.
  4. Twickenham is just miles away. Take in Strawberry Hill House and gardens, the eighteenth-century Gothic creation of Horace Walpole. Twickenham Stadium is home to English Rugby and an essential stop-off for fans, as is the World Rugby Museum.
  5. Central London is, as mentioned, on the doorstep, so speedy Heathrow airport transfer gives you easy access to everything this incredible city has to offer, from world-class museums, parks and attractions to some of the finest shops and restaurants on earth.
Popular attractions close to Heathrow Airport
  1. Ascot Racecourse: Lying 11 miles distant, making for swift Heathrow Airport transfers within 25 minutes, the UK’s top flat racecourse is a royal favourite where horses have raced for 300 years. Have a flutter and enjoy a spectacular day out!
  2. Ham House: This remarkable building is a similar distance away, and is Grade I-listed property more than four centuries old, with tremendous parks and gardens.
  3. Thorpe Park: This is within seven miles of Heathrow, or a 15-minute Heathrow airport transfer. A theme park with rollercoasters and white-knuckle rides among its plentiful attractions, it’s a must for adrenaline junkies.
  4. LEGOLAND Windsor: This resort is half an hour from the airport, being some 13 miles distant. With dozens of rides and attractions, it’s ideal for families seeking adventure. Fly through the trees, flee from scary dragons, dive underwater or join a Viking fleet riding the thrilling rapids!
  5. Kew Gardens: Within 20 minutes by road, lying some nine miles to the east, Kew Gardens is a UNESCO World Heritage site which opened in 1840. With stacks to see and do all year round, it has 30,000 plant varieties, including rare and exotic species. Take in the amazing views from the treetop walkway!
  6. London Motor Museum: This is at Hayes, just a few miles away, meaning you can get there in minutes by Heathrow airport transfer. The dozens of exhibits include classic cars from past decades – check out the Herbie VW Beetle, an original late-80s Batmobile plus a Starsky and Hutch Ford Gran Torino.
More important information about Heathrow Airport

Heathrow offers disabled toilets, ramps, height-accessible phones, help points with induction loops and special seating for those with disabilities across all terminals. Be aware that transfer times to gates vary significantly.

Passengers with a hidden disability such as dementia or autism can wear a sunflower lanyard to alert staff to the issue. Other facilities at Heathrow include assisted shopping, clear (yellow on black) signage and online video interpreting for the hard of hearing. As always, talk to your airline before you travel.

London Heathrow Airport

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