Radisson Edwardian Heathrow
140 Bath Road, London UB3 5AW
- Heathrow terminal 4 Tube Station (1.0 km)
- Central Bus Station Heathrow (1.1 km)
- Contact us:
020 8759 6311
1 Kensington Court, 1 Kensington Ct. London, W8 5DL, London W8 5DL
suku32a7kl: “We are about to celebrate my daughter’s birthday and I decided to look for one of their function. The price is negotiable and I like it so much. The function room is consumable with free LCD projector.” more...
5 reviews of Radisson Edwardian Heathrow in English
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This hotel seems to have 2 personalities, the shared areas ie the reception and bar etc are decorated with lots of detail and are almost over the top for an airport hotel and then the rooms feel a little neglected and dated.
The hotel is huge and corridors long and dark so finding your room is a challenge also the noise from people going to and from their rooms was quite loud,The rooms are ok, a good size but comfort and luxury factor is 3 star.
The bar and brasserie were very nice we enjoyed a nice meal however it was quite expensive, there is a Buffett option too if you prefer.
The bar was very quiet but had a good atmosphere again prices were a tad high.
There is a hoppa bus that picks up regularly for the airport so it’s a convenient stop over.
The staff were helpful too and the actual room price was good value.
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The Radisson Edwardian is a perfectly comfortable hotel to stay in the night before your flight. The foyer is decorated in a rather opulent fashion and the cleanliness level is high. This is a very large hotel and so finding my room felt like I was Jennifer Connolley in Labyrinth.
The room was a decent size with clean and comfortable beds. The decor is a little dated and the mini bar set extortionate prices (why does this need to be the standard in hotels?). I did not find there was any noise distrubance and slept rather soundly.
The bar downstairs was loud. Too loud. For a hotel bar it was unnecessary to play boring lounge music and such high decibels. I was meeeting some people for the first time there and it was incredibly difficult to hold a converstation. Furthermore, the drink prices were a tad too high.
Overall, a nice enough place to stay.
Three stars from Germany for the overnight stay in this conference hotel. In another opinion I gave five stars, but this was only for the conference room. The price for a room is acceptable in comparison to other hotel rooms in and around London. But I want to cancel two stars, because the planes in the night were too loud (I know hotels lying beneath an airport with better windows) and the interieur in the room was too old (very noble interierieur, not so sterile as in other conference hotels, but too old and to much complaints/defects). Furthermore, the signs to find the hotel room or conference room were partly very irritating.
Nevertheless, the bed was quiet good to sleep (one of the most important thing for me in a hotel) and the meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) were delicious.
This hotel is a mix of experiences. With the opulent foyer and beautifully appointed rooms, the seemingly marble bathrooms and decorated wood furniture, the hotel seems to be of top quality. On arrival despite the busy nature of the day, the staff were gracious and helpful and patient with us. Some hiccups meant some were left waiting for their room but as the hotel was full this was understandable and constant communication meant people knew what the delay and trouble was.
The room itself is well appointed but certain lacks were evident. From the ‘shampoo and body soap’ to the lack of towels, the make up of the room was slightly disappointing. These were for ‘environmental reasons’ however it meant bringing conditioner and real shampoo is essential.
It wasn’t luxury but it most certainly was not basic. These rooms are very nice and whether you are on the ground floor or up on the higher levels, the rooms are quiet and you do not hear other guests so no sleepless nights.
There are several places to eat on premises as well as several bars and so there is no need to leave however for those who want to get out, the other hotels nearby have very nice restaurants and the McDonald’s next door is open late at night.
All in all it is a nice airport hotel and well appointed for those weary travellers required to stay out near the airport.
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