Arora Group set to open London Heathrow T4 hotels

Openings include the Crowne Plaza London - Heathrow Terminal 4 which will feature five meeting rooms.

Arora Group will open a new hotel in Heathrow Terminal 4. The Groups says that Crowne Plaza London will be largest hotel opening in the UK in 2018 and the largest hotel complex directly connected to a British airport terminal – the development includes a second hotel Holiday Inn Express London.

The announcement marks the completion of Arora Group’s ambitious two-year construction project. The two linked Heathrow Terminal 4 hotels are a three-minute walk to the terminal building.

Founder and chairman of the Arora Group Surinder Arora said: "We are delighted to officially open the doors on our two eagerly-awaited state-of-the-art London Heathrow airport hotels.

"We have two fantastic brands and an enviable location, superbly positioned to cater to the leisure and business travel market.

"We have enjoyed a fruitful working relationship with IHG over many years, a company which shares our passion for the market in which we operate, and our commitment to delivering exceptional customer experiences."

Crowne Plaza London Heathrow T4 is a 42,300sqm development with 304 bedrooms. 

The hotel offers a range of business and meeting facilities including five meeting rooms accommodating up to 100 people.

It has a 24-hour fitness centre, three food and beverage outlets, including the classically-styled Urban Brasserie restaurant serving modern British cuisine, fashionable Destinations Bar serving street food, and sharing platters and cocktails as well as a Tea 4 lounge setting.

Holiday Inn Express London Heathrow T4 is a ‘next generation’ hotel for the brand with 457-room bedrooms with blackout blinds, pillow menus and flat screen smart TVs.

Both hotels are within walking distance of Heathrow’s terminals via a covered link-bridge and with direct access to the London Underground, Heathrow Express train service and nearby motorways.

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