Heathrow Airport is by far the busiest airport in the UK, it holds the record for being the third busiest in the entire world, with millions of people passing through the terminals each year transport connections directly into London are imperative, there are many options for one to choose form when it comes to traveling through or into London from the airport, some people find the cost efficient route of the coach the best options, other people have a chauffeur driven car so they are able to attend to emails and phone calls, other people like the train for the speed and rapid delivery through the capital city.
M4 is approximately a 60 minute drive into London, a private hire car, a taxi or chauffer driven car is probably the best way for one to move through the city should public transport not be an option. Having an experienced driver to take one through the capital city is going to be the most efficient and less stressful way to travel from Heathrow Airport than trying to handle the roads ones self, it can be a challenging experience driving through any city, however, when I comes to a place like London that has one way systems and millions of cars on the road it can be a daunting task if one is not exactly sure on the roads.
The Heathrow Express is the rail service that runs directly from the airport and straight into Paddington station, it is one of the fastest and most efficient routes for one to be able to access the city centre, Paddington is also a very desirable area of the city that not only offers wonderful connections, but also the accommodation and he surroundings here.
From Paddington station one is able to get the main train lines to man different areas in and around London, and the underground services here also run various lines including
- Marble Arch, Lancaster Gate, Queensway run on the Central line
- Bayswater runs the Circle and District line
- Paddington sees the Circle, Bakerloo and District lines
- Paddington-Underground welcomes the Circle and Hammersmith lines.
Clearly accessing any part of London is possible, for the fastest and most efficient way to get from Heathrow Airport to any part of London the Heathrow Express will be the most convenient form of transport. Other options include coaches, whilst this might be the most cost efficient way for one to travel from the airport to the city it can also be a long and uncomfortable journey.
These are all viable options for people who are hoping to spend time in London, however there are people who have a lay over or a period of time to rest before they board a connecting flight, this is where the A4 out of Heathrow comes into play and the BW Plus Park Grand London Heathrow is a saviour. The BW hotel is a very popular and accommodating choice when it comes to accommodation close to the airport, many people often need a place to stay either for a night, 12 hours, or simply enough time to catch up on emails, nap and freshen up and the hotel is perfect for all of this as well as long term stays. Many people opt for accommodation close to the airport, not only on layovers but also for people who want to be close to the airport for an early morning flight, a night at the hotel can save time especially if one is risking the possibility of commuting in rush hour London traffic, the delays can be rather unpredictable.
The BW Plus Park Grand London Heathrow is a remarkable hotel that is branded with the BW logo, it offers 124 bedrooms for guest to choose from, these vary in size, however al are very comfortable and spacious. Whether one is travelling independently or with family this is a very accommodating establishment that offers a relaxing experience. The hotel itself houses a restaurant, a bar, gym and 3 meeting and conference facilities, each of the available bedrooms have been created to ensure that guests have the ultimate comfort and relaxation, each room is complete with modern facilities and amenities as well as compliments. The facilities include free internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, bathrobes, slippers, toiletries, flat screen TV with Freeview, telephone, large safe to store gadgets and laptops, steam free mirrors, heated towel rails, IPod docking stations and so much more, you are also able to request and iron and ironing board to be in your room. This is a choice of accommodation that understands that some people are staying the night before a flight so having to unpack everything to access things like toiletries can be inconvenient, the same goes for people who are on a lay over, accessing all personal items can be very inconvenient, this is why the accommodation in question provides as much as possible to enable a comfortable and convenient stay.