Plaza Premium opens landside hotel at London Heathrow T3

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Hospitality provider Plaza Premium Group is set to open its new Aerotel landside hotel in Terminal 3 (T3) at London Heathrow Airport later this month.

To celebrate its launch, Aerotel will be offering customers 30% off the cost of their booking when staying between May 1 and July 1, 2018. Aerotel London Heathrow, is the group’s sixth airport hotel, with existing operations in Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Rio de Janeiro, Kuala Lumpur and Muscat.

Aerotel Heathrow will be open 24/7, making it ideal for passengers with a long layover or those travelling late at night or early in the morning.

Amin Amin, general manager, Plaza Premium Group UK, said, “Aerotel London Heathrow promises a comfortable airport accommodation and flexible booking hours, bringing guests a new home-away-from-home experience at Heathrow, with added convenience.”

John Arbuckle, head of property, Heathrow, said, “We are delighted to have worked with Aerotel to bring Heathrow passengers this new, comfortable, modern hotel next to T3 Arrivals. This will be really valuable for customers in need of a quiet haven to rest, relax and prepare for their onward journey.”

There are four different types of rooms; Solo Plus, Double Plus, Double Squared and Family. Solo plus bedrooms are suited for solo travelers who require a space to rest and relax. Double Plus come equipped with two comfortable single beds or one double bed. Double squared bedrooms are perfectly designed to accommodate up to four guests and Family bedrooms are spaciously designed and are equipped with two queen size beds for up to four guests.

Aerotel London also features a 24-hour Library Lounge offering a variety of hot and cold food and drinks. Guests can stay connected with the complimentary wi-fi and catch up on the latest news with newspapers, magazines and TVs with multiple channels.

Room packages at Aerotel London start from £50 (US$70) for six hours (or from £35 (US$49) including the 30% off special opening rate).

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