Heathrow Airport Parking

Flying out of Heathrow and feeling overwhelmed by how to get there? Why not skip the stressful pre-flight search and glide straight into a waiting parking space! Let APH worry about the small things so you can get on with the exciting business of planning your trip.

How and when to book your Car Parking at Heathrow Airport

Nothing is less hassle than arriving at Heathrow in the comfort of your own car, and there is no better time to book your Heathrow parking than right now! Pre-booking your space not only means that it is guaranteed on the day, but APH also offers you huge pre-booking discounts, saving you pounds on the gate price.

To use our simple booking system, just enter your details into our search engine and we’ll do all the hard work for you. You can buy with confidence knowing that the APH booking system is fully secure and that you are getting a fantastic rate.

Heathrow Airport Car Parks

The range of car parking at Heathrow can be mind boggling; with everything from great value park & rides to VIP Meet and Greet on offer! Let APH deal with the details, tailoring your car park to meet your exact needs; whether you are laden with heavy luggage, travelling with small children, looking for a quick getaway or on a tight budget, there is a Heathrow car park for you!

For more details on all the car parks we offer, click on the links below or simply enter your details into our search engine to check availability and let us do the searching for you.

Terminal information

Terminal 1 Terminal 2 Terminal 3 Terminal 4 Terminal 5

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Heathrow Airport Parking reviews collected by Reevoo

Friendliness and helpfulness of staff
8.9
Transfer service (to/from the airport)
8.6
Arrival and exit process
8.9
Location of car park
8.6
Overall rating
8.9
Scores 8.9 out of 10 based on 1844 reviews
10 out of 10

Jo

London GB
There wasn't ONE hiccup - and the price was cheaper than everyone else. Would definitely use again.
Confirmed purchase: 22 July 2014
Published on: 01 September 2014

MBW Meet & Greet

8 out of 10

Stephen

Cambridge GB
Instructions for the drop off at Heathrow T5 were almost good. The only problem was that the descriptions/names didn't quite correspond to the signs, which is OK once you know what you are looking for, but if you are completely new to T5 then it adds stress that you could do without.

Within the car park there is then the problem that the first signs that meet you are purple signs for a company called Meet & Greet. They are not in bays R-S which is where the instructions correctly tell you go, but my first instinct was to head for those signs as opposed to looking for bays R-S. The above are really just comments rather than any complaint.

The real issue occurred on our return. Our flight back was delayed, initially by one day and then by three days. I transferred to another flight to get back earlier. I informed you that I was transferring, only to be told that my car had been taken to T5 the day before for my original arrival, and that I was being changed for a 'No Show'. Apparently you didn't monitor my flight.
I stated that I agreed to pay the additional parking charges, but that I was not a 'No Show' as my original flight was still at Las Vegas, and was not due to return for another two days.

The person who took the call agreed to ask Custom Relations why my flight had not been monitored.

My return flight from Las Vegas was via Chicago. Because of Thunder Storms at Chicago our landing was delayed by over 90 mins and we missed our connecting flight. We managed to book on a flight the next day. I called to inform you of the change of plan. The person I spoke to said that they had made a note of the change, but also asked if I could email through the details using the email link on your web site. This I did, detailing flight number, location, date and time of departure and location (i.e Terminal), date and time of arrival. Your representative stated that there would be a £15 parking excess and a £25 No-Show fee payable on collection. I again re-iterated that I was not a No_Show as my flight still had not left Las Vegas. Could someone please check on that flight before I return to confirm that a 'No Show' fee is not applicable, because I would not be paying it.

We arrived on time at Terminal 3 Heathrow at 22:45. At 23:25 we arrived at the pick up point for the car. It was not there. I called and was told that you had me arriving the following day on the flight I was originally meant to be on, and that there was still a 'No-Show' fee of £25 due plus the £15 excess parking.

The car finally arrived at mid-night.

The next day I called Customer Services. The 'N o-Show' had been removed, but there was no explanation of why you had failed to monitor the original flight, nor why you had completely ignored my phone call and email concerning changed flights.

If you are going to provide the service, you need to do what you say you will do, and when you fail, you need to investigate why and resolve the root cause.
Confirmed purchase: 26 May 2014
Published on: 30 August 2014

Purple M&G Hotel Parking

10 out of 10

Christine

Caerphilly, South Wales GB
Very easy to use, only problem is if you come in on the other side of the road, if you miss the Premier Inn entry to turn around you have to all the way down to the roundabout and back.
Confirmed purchase: 15 June 2014
Published on: 30 August 2014

Purple Parking Business

10 out of 10

Elizabeth

Swansea GB
We have always found purple parking an excellent service and hope to continue using them in the future.
Also the hotels are very accessible to and from the parking area.
Confirmed purchase: 29 September 2013
Published on: 28 August 2014

Purple Parking Business

8 out of 10

Jilly

Dorset GB
Meet and greet were fantastic. The hotel part was not so good as they did not have our booking. Luckily I could prove I had booked and paid and they weren't full.
Confirmed purchase: 30 December 2013
Published on: 28 August 2014

Purple M&G Hotel Parking

10 out of 10

Shaukat

Leeds GB
It was brilliant not to worry about parking although we had a very very slight misunderstanding when we arrived at the parking bay, but every thing was excellent will definately use the service again and recommend it to others. Thank you once again. Keep up the execellent work
Confirmed purchase: 29 July 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

Business Meet & Greet

10 out of 10

andrea

staffordshire GB
Spot on, hassle free and very reasonable!
Confirmed purchase: 27 May 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

Purple M&G Hotel Parking

8 out of 10

K

London GB
Great
Confirmed purchase: 19 August 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

MBW Meet & Greet

8 out of 10

P

BRISTOL GB
On arrival at Terminal 1 the bus was over half full and people were jumping the queue to get on. More discipline needed on collection.
Confirmed purchase: 09 June 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

Purple Parking Long Stay

10 out of 10

E

Tunbridge Wells GB
Brilliant service. Called 30 mins out and told is where to go. Driver there waiting, had a trolley ready for us! Car was already there when we got back. Very impressed.
Confirmed purchase: 07 August 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

MBW Meet & Greet

10 out of 10

DOROTHEE

NORTHAMPTON GB
Excellent service, very effecient. Would definitely use again.
Confirmed purchase: 01 October 2013
Published on: 27 August 2014

Purple Parking Business

7 out of 10

Jeremy

Saffron walden GB
Really helpful lady at car park . Transfer back to car park was as regular as advertised.
Confirmed purchase: 04 August 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

NCP

10 out of 10

Ann

Dorset GB
Excellent service, clear instructions for dropping off and collecting car. Would certainly use again.
Confirmed purchase: 08 July 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

MBW Meet & Greet

8 out of 10

A

London GB
The first time I used 'meet and greet' the drop off was seamless; dropping off my car at the front of the airport where it was collected. The drop off was easy and I preferred this. This time the drop off was in the car park which was not easy to locate and cumbersome.
Confirmed purchase: 08 July 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

MBW Meet & Greet

10 out of 10

Graeme

Stoke-on-Trent GB
Fantastic staff and excellent service. Great location means a very quick transfer to and from the airport.
Confirmed purchase: 12 January 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

Purple Parking Business

9 out of 10

JAMES

London GB
Good communication and service
Confirmed purchase: 10 August 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

MBW Meet & Greet

8 out of 10

jennie

Rugby GB
Really easy to use, having pre-booked online. Very reasonable rate for almost 3 weeks in august.
Confirmed purchase: 01 June 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

Long Stay T1 & T3

9 out of 10

Jon

Upminster GB
No problems overall a very satisfactory experience
Confirmed purchase: 24 December 2013
Published on: 27 August 2014

NCP

10 out of 10

A

GB
Very happy with service,great experience.
Thanks.
Confirmed purchase: 07 March 2014
Published on: 27 August 2014

MBW Meet & Greet

10 out of 10

Pat

derby GB
I had made the booking wrong for the wrong date and time but the representative took care of it instantly offering to adjust payment on collection to ensure you dropped and caught your flight.
Confirmed purchase: 26 July 2014
Published on: 26 August 2014

Business Meet & Greet

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Airport Lounges

To kick off your trip like a true VIP; why not book yourself into an Airport Lounge at Heathrow? Sink into a comfortable sofa as you leave the hustle and bustle of the departure lounge behind, and wind down ready for your flight with No 1 Traveller lounge. The lounge offers complimentary food and drink, a Cinema, Games Room, TV’s, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines; all in stylish and elegant surrounds.

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Heathrow Airport essential information

If you’re flying from Heathrow Airport, we’ve collected the essential 'must-know' information you’ll need to ensure your trip gets off to the perfect stress-free start:

All about Heathrow Airport:

Located 14 miles west of central London, Heathrow Airport started life as a small airfield in 1929. Originally called Great West Aerodrome, it was located near the hamlet of Heath Row. Large-scale development of the site began in 1944 when the MoD requisitioned the land to build a base for long-range bombing missions during the war. However, by the time work started, the war was virtually over. As a result, the land was handed to the Air Ministry on January 1, 1946, to be used as London’s new civil airport. Today Heathrow is used by more than 80 airlines and serves 180 destinations in 85 countries. More than 190,000 passengers use the airport on a daily basis, with a total of 72.3 million travelling through it during 2013. It is the main hub for British Airways and base to Virgin Atlantic. Heathrow has two parallel runways and five passenger terminals. The busiest of these terminals is 5 – from where 29.8 million passengers arrived or departed on 199,627 flights during 2013. Heathrow’s top five destinations are: New York (JFK), Dubai, Dublin, Frankfurt, Amsterdam.

Getting there:

Along with a mainline railway and London Underground access from central London, Heathrow Airport is served by a plethora of parking solutions. APH.com offers 14 options from long-stay to short-stay, on- or off-airport and meet and greet parking. Just log on to APH.com now to get instant online quotes covering all these options.

Which terminal:

Heathrow has five terminals, so finding where you’re flying from is essential information you’ll need before setting off. Get the information by logging on to Heathrow Airport’s terminal guide.

Flight check-in:

Heathrow provides the following guidelines for when you should check in for domestic, European and non-European international flights:

Long-haul and El Al:

Three hours before scheduled departure

European flights:

Two hours before scheduled departure

UK and Ireland flights:

90 minutes before scheduled departure

Online check-in:

Many airlines operate an online check-in service to let passengers select seats, print boarding passes and save time at the airport. Heathrow advises customers to check with their carrier to see if an online check-in service is offered

Mobile check-in:

Some airlines offer a mobile check-in service. Users of the service can have a boarding card sent directly to their smartphone. Once again, check with your airline to see if it offers this handy, time-saving check-in option.

Facilities for disabled passengers:

Heathrow Airport offers assistance to passengers with reduced mobility or special requirements. Find out more and plan your trip through the airport with the help of this online guide: Heathrow Airport services for passengers with reduced mobility here.

Airport hotels:

Heathrow is served by a wide selection of great hotels, so why not enjoy a pre-flight stop-over at one of these nearby hotels.

Fast Track security clearance:

The Fast Track service is available to a limited amount of passengers. Check to see if you are eligible here .

Family assistance lanes:

These lanes give extra help to families travelling with young kids in buggies when passing through security. Just look out for the 'Family Assistance' lane signs.

Where to eat:

As you’d expect, Heathrow has some great restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets to suit all tastes and requirements. Check out the full list by visiting this restaurant selector.

Where to shop at Heathrow:

There’s no shortage of shopping at Heathrow… check out the terminal-based shop selector here.

Areas for kids:

Heathrow offers a good selection of areas for kids – along with a special family lounge, too. Here are the details you’ll need when travelling with children:

Family lounge:

This is a dedicated area for families with play areas for kids aged 0-2 and 3-9. There’s also a children’s quiet room and a game zone for older kids who are 10-15. Coffee and soft drinks are available, along with seating for adults. There’s also an area for mothers who are nursing young babies. The lounge is located in Terminal 3 after security near the Ted Baker store – just follow signs for Lounge A. Entry is free, but there might be a time limit during peak periods. Children must be accompanied by at least one adult at all times. Opening hours are from 6.00am – 9.00pm.

Play areas:

These are free to use and offer slides, soft play areas, along with separate baby and junior areas. Play areas are suitable for kids aged 0-9, with opening times from 6.00am – 9.00pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Here’s where to find them throughout the airport:

Terminal 1: In the departure lounge (after security), near Caffè Nero and Dixons.
Terminal 2: Head for Terminal 2A departure lounge (after security), near Gate 16.
Terminal 4: The play area is in the departure lounge (after security), on way to Gates 1-6.
Terminal 5: Find it in the main Terminal 5A departure lounge (after security), near Gate A7.

Airport lounges:

If you need to escape the 190,000 passengers who use Heathrow on a daily basis, why not head to one of exclusive lounges on offer. Dodge the crowds ahead of your flight as you relax with a newspaper and meal. Find out about airport lounges here.

Wi-Fi access at Heathrow Airport:

If you need to be connected, Heathrow Airport offers free Wi-Fi for a period of 45 minutes. This can be doubled if you sign up for the airport’s free Heathrow Rewards scheme. Register to claim your extra Wi-Fi time here.

Charging your mobile devices:

If your phone or tablet is running low, Heathrow Airport offers free Power Pole charging stations in all terminals. These can be found before and after security and are compatible with UK and European plugs as well as USB cables.

Baby changing facilities:

Baby changing facilities are available in all terminals, both before and after security. Just follow the signs. Alternatively, download a map of the terminal you’re travelling from to locate the facilities before you travel. Find links to Heathrow terminal maps here.

Luggage trolleys:

Unlike many UK airports, the use of trolleys is free at Heathrow. Arriving passengers will find plenty in the baggage reclaim area and these can be taken to the on-airport car park, bus station and rail station. They are also provided in the departures area, but cannot be taken through security.

Luggage storage:

If you’ve got a long wait for your flight, but don’t want to be burdened with bags, simply head to one of the luggage storage facilities. Baggage can be stored for anything between a few hours and 90 days. All items are subject to security checks including x-rays and random hand searches. Rates are £5.00 for 0-2 hours, £10 for 2-24 hours and then £5.00 for each additional 24-hour period or part thereof. Please note, this facility is not available at Terminal 2.

Find the baggage storage areas at the following locations:

Terminal 1: Arrivals, next to lifts for Heathrow Express. Hours: 6:00am - 11:00pm.
Terminal 3: Arrivals. Hours: 5.30am - 11:00 pm.
Terminal 4: Arrivals and Mezzanine levels. Hours: 5.30am - 11:00 pm.
Terminal 5: Arrivals near UK arrivals. Hours: 5.30am - 11:00 pm.

Pharmacies:

If you have a last-minute medical issue, Boots has pharmacies in all terminals both before and after security – apart from Terminal 4 where the store is located airside only. View opening times and locations of Boots Pharmacies at Heathrow Airport terminals 1-5 here . Top tip: Remember to buy baby milk from the airside store to avoid it being confiscated at security. Order your after-security milk collection here.

Showers:

Need to freshen-up ahead of your trip or on your arrival back in the UK? Showers are available in the No. 1 Traveller Lounge in Terminal 3 departures (after security). Facilities may also be available to eligible passengers in their airlines' own lounges.

Chapel/Prayer room:

There are multi-faith prayer rooms available in each of Heathrow’s five terminal buildings. Find the location and maps for prayer rooms at Heathrow Airport here.

Viewing areas:

Airports are exciting places and nowhere in the UK has more to see than Heathrow. Various spectator options are on offer. Passengers travelling from the airport can view the runway from several restaurants and cafes in Terminal 1, or choose between eateries and a dedicated observation deck in Terminal 4. Terminal 5 has a plethora of great views, but Gordon Ramsay Plane Food and wagamama offer particularly good vantage points. All these viewing points are located airside, but non-flying members of the public can visit the Heathrow Academy to view aircraft movements from a covered viewing stand. There’s a small charge to use the car park, but the observation area is free to enter. Alternatively, you can pay £35.00 to spend a day of plane spotting luxury at the Renaissance Hotel's Club Lounge. The price includes parking, free tea and coffee or soft drinks in the lounge and a great view of the runway action. Get full details of Heathrow Airport spectator options here.

Did you know...
Before the terminals took their functional but dull names of 1,2,3,4 and 5, Heathrow’s original two terminus boasted the entirely more inspirational titles of 'Europa' (now T2) and ‘Oceanic’ (not T3).

Hotels at Heathrow Airport

Start you holiday in style and choose from one of the fabulous hotels on offer at Heathrow Airport. You could be waking up refreshed and ready for your flight just minutes from the Airport instead of sitting in traffic, stressing before check in. Our Heathrow Hotel and Parking packages offer great deals on parking and hotels allowing you a more leisurely start to your trip.

Airport Hotels

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