Hilton to open business hotel at Heathrow T5

Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 is set to open at the end of August featuring event capacity for up to 1,170 delegates.

Hilton to open hotel at Heathrow T5
Hilton to open hotel at Heathrow T5
The 350-room hotel – which will be one mile from Terminal 5 and be set in 13 acres of landscaped gardens – features a spa and three restaurants and will open on 31 August.

The hotel’s main meetings and events space has the capacity for up to 1,170 delegates in a theatre style space that can be divided into six sections.

There is breakout space alongside the main conference suite and for smaller meetings there are two executive boardrooms, for up to 24 delegates, and five syndicate rooms, located in a dedicated area on the ground floor of the hotel.
 
General manager Greg Place said: "This is a hugely exciting time for us to be opening the Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 – Hilton opened the world’s first airport hotel in 1959 and we look forward to continuing their expertise and welcoming guests to experience the fantastic facilities this latest addition has to offer."

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