Renaissance London Heathrow hotel reopens

The Renaissance London Heathrow hotel, owned and operated by UK company Arora Hotels, has reopened following a £20m renovation.

Renaissance London Heathrow
Renaissance London Heathrow

In addition to a refurbished exterior, the property has revealed 61 extra bedrooms, taking the total number of rooms to 710. Upgraded meetings rooms include 17 function suites and five breakout rooms. 

Vincent Madden, director of operations at Arora Hotels, said he was delighted to reopen the four star property after the revamp. "The hotel has been resident at the airport for more than 40 years and having stripped it back and completely overhauled all guest rooms and public areas, we’re proud to now provide our discerning guests and meeting delegates with an all-new premium hotel product, coupled with our commitment to deliver first class service, to ensure the entire guest experience is fully reflective of the upscale lifestyle Renaissance brand." 

Located on the main perimeter road, the Renaissance London Heathrow is the closest hotel to the airport’s central terminals and offers 700 resurfaced parking spaces onsite.

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