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Ambassador Heathrow Hotel
10 Hanworth Road

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The Ambassador has now re-opened after refurbishment and I would like to welcome back customers old and new.
My Hotel differs from all of the major Heathrow Hotels in that it is a small privately owned and run hotel offering all the services and qualities of an upmarket hotel but with the atmosphere only a small independant can achieve and offer. Most rooms are en-suite and the two that are basic share a large bathroom with bath and shower.
The house dates back to 1890 and has retained a lot of the character especially in the main lounge downstairs where the old fireplace is used regularly in the winter in the mornings and evenings. Once you walk through the main lounge you come through to the large dining room conservatory which is bright and clean with a wonderful view of the rear garden. If you decide to sit outside there is a comfortable patio area leading onto the garden where you can relax with a good book,a meal, a glass of champagne or wine or simply a coffee or Tea.
All rooms are soundproofed so no problems with being kept awake by noise from other guests checking in late.
I pride myself on the service and attention to detail we offer each and every guest as nothing is too much and once you enter we will ensure your stay is comfortable, relaxed and memorable for all the right reasons.

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Nearest Airport: London Heathrow

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Double: from £79 per room
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