Sheraton Skyline Heathrow Parking
Bring your swimmers and get your holiday off to an early start as you take in the Tropical Sky Island that forms the heart of this impressive hotel, enjoy a poolside cocktail or enjoy your evening meal amongst the palms. And all this before you get on board your plane!
With large well fitted bedrooms offering views over the pool the Sheraton Skyline is a first class hotel and a great place to spend the night before your flight. For dinning you can choose from the luxury poolside restaurant, take in a football match in the pub or just relax over a coffee in the attached Heathrow Airport Starbucks.
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We have stayed at the Sheraton Skyline London Heathrow many times, it is very much a firm family favourite. Ease of access fro the motorway network and then proximity to the terminals is a big plus. Connection time is low and if you are travelling in a group the taxi fare is also good value. In the hotel the pool is great as are the cocktails by the pool. If you are planning on grabbing breakfast at the airport but fancy a coffee then the on-site Starbucks Heathrow bath Road is open early.
Lastly the best of all is arriving the night before a holiday relaxing by the pool and grabbing a curry in the wonderful Madhu’s Heathrow restaurant. Its a great way to kick off the holiday feeling.
Sheraton Skyline Parking
Situated on the Bath Road the hotel is only minutes from the airport, with easy access to all terminals via the Hoppa buses. The Sheraton Skyline Heathrow Parking is very well connected and an easy drive from either the M25 or M4. Terminals 2 & 3 are closest to the hotel, although terminal 5 is also very close making it ideal for flights from any of those. Be careful when getting the Hoppa Buses from Heathrow or when using a taxi the Sheraton Skyline is not the only Sheraton at Heathrow. Further west along the Bath Road is the Sheraton Hotel London Heathrow Terminal 5, as such be sure to say you are at the Skyline.
There is generally plenty of parking to the left or rear of the hotel. You can park at the hotel entrance as you arrive to unload your bags and check in, the staff are very friendly and generally quick to arrive with a trolley for the luggage. Once parked its is worth noting there are entrances into the hotel from the side and rear, in wet weather it might just save you getting too wet.
If you fancy a walk then a good route is to cross the road outside the hotel turn left and then right on Hatton Road towards the Northern Perimeter Road. Turn right along this towards the Renaissance Hotel and some good views of arriving or departing planes. Which runway is used for landing or takeoffs generally swaps around mid afternoon to alternate noise local patterns. Continue to Nene Road and then turn right to get back to the Bath Road and a right turn back to the Skyline.
What to Expect at the Sheraton Skyline Heathrow Parking
Welcoming staff, wide open public spaces especially around the pool in the central atrium. Great restaurants and a first class curry. Rooms that are spacious and with connecting doors suitable for groups and families. East access from the motorways and onto the airport. And despite its proximity to Heathrow you will not be disturbed by aircraft noise, with the hotel set back from the runways and alongside rather than under flight paths. The Sheraton Skyline Heathrow Parking has long been a family favourite and is certainly a customer favourite. We hope you enjoy it as much as we have.