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Sofitel London Heathrow
Terminal 5 Heathrow Airport

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Directly connected to Heathrow’s new Terminal 5, Sofitel London Heathrow, owned and operated by Arora International Hotels, offers superb transport links including the Heathrow Express Rail, transporting you to Central London in 21 minutes. Windsor’s Royal Ascot and Wentworth Golf Club are less than 20 minutes drive away and Thorpe Park, Legoland and Wembley Stadium only 10 miles away from the hotel.Each of the hotel’s four room categories (Classic, Superior, Luxury and Suites) offer bespoke MyBed concept, air conditioning, satellite television and movie choices, WIFI Connection, direct dial telephone, safes and all bathrooms have separate bath and shower units. Many rooms offer views of the airport and internal gardens. Brasserie Roux, devised in consultation with French master chef Albert Roux. Tea salon ‘Tea 5’, Bar ‘Sphere’ and ‘Vivre’ a buzzy dining experience, with clear views onto each vibrant kitchen as our staff serves at the Wok Station, Pizzeria and Rotisserie. Evening dinner service is a la carte. The unique body clock cuisine suits Sofitel London Heathrow’s international clientele.The hotel also offers 45 meeting rooms, the largest accommodating 1,700, extensive undercover 400 car parking spaces, an internal Avenue with retail shops and luxury state of the art Spa facilities including 6 treatment rooms, Gym and Thermal suite including a sauna, rainforest shower and vitality pool.

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