Heathrow Airport Terminal 2 Hotels & Parking
Terminal 2 is home to many of Heathrow’s internal and international flights, making it a truly global gateway. However, battling rush hour traffic to arrive for your flight on time can be a stressful beginning to any holiday.
If you’re flying to and from Heathrow T2, you might be looking for somewhere to stay close to the airport. Luckily, there are plenty of hotel and parking options to choose from with quick links to Heathrow Terminal 2.
At APH, we put in extensive research to find the best airport hotel with parking packages to suit your needs. After all, we’ve had 39 years in the industry to find the best offers, so you can rest assured. If you’re looking for hotels with parking at Heathrow Terminal 2, you’re going to get a great deal with APH.
Hotel Distance to Airport Parking Options 10 Minutes 3 £104.00 15 Minutes 3 £120.00 10 Minutes 2 £129.00 10 Minutes 1 £130.00 15 Minutes 1 £132.36 10 Minutes 1 £142.36 15 Minutes 1 £148.36 10 Minutes 1 £149.06 10 Minutes 1 £159.03 10 Minutes 1 £165.36 10 Minutes 2 £199.00
Hotels near to Terminal 2
Driving to the airport on the same day of your flight adds can add unnecessary extra stress to your day. Splitting up your journey from your home to the airport can provide you with some much-needed time to relax and unwind before your flight. Not only that, but hotels often have affordable parking package deals that enable you to leave your vehicle with them and save a few pounds in the process. Their close proximity to the airport also makes them very handy, especially if you have young children. Below are some of the nearest airport hotels to Terminal 2 at Heathrow:
|Hotel||Distance to Airport||Prices*|
|Leonardo Hotel||10 minutes||£144.95|
|Sheraton Skyline Hotel Heathrow||10 minutes||£189.00|
|Holiday Inn London Heathrow - Ariel||10 minutes||£160.00|
*Prices based on 1 nights stay and 1 weeks parking in September 2019
Named after one of the world’s most famous sculptors and painters, the Leonardo Hotel provides a comfortable 4-star experience for its guests. It has a restaurant that will offer you breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a breakfast buffet being served from 06:00 to 10:30 on Monday to Friday and a slightly longer service until 11:00 on weekends. If you’re keen to stay somewhere with plenty of handy facilities, then this hotel has you covered, including a gift shop for any holiday presents or essentials, laundry facilities for any last-minute laundry or spa and gym facilities for a detox before your flight. This hotel has free WiFi within its premises to keep you connected without draining your data. The Leonardo Hotel also makes use of Heathrow’s Drivefly Park and Ride service for its parking packages, as well as MBW’s Meet & Greet service. Being located 1.5 miles from Heathrow Terminal 2, there are plenty of short distance parking options available.
Holiday Inn Ariel
The Holiday Inn London Heathrow - Ariel provides the ultimate convenience before the day of your flight. This hotel not only has a 24-hour reception service but also free WiFi on its premises to keep you connected during your stay. If you’re bringing children to the airport with you, then this hotel is incredibly family friendly. They have a kids eat free option, as well as a children’s menu to keep the little ones happy. Not only do kids under the age of 12 have the option to eat free, but children under the age of 16 also stay free of charge. This hotel has family rooms available for a comfortable night’s sleep, as well as televisions, soundproofed windows and blackout curtains. For those with disability access needs, there are three rooms with wider rooms and lower facilities. The Holiday Inn Ariel has its own car park; however, it also includes Heathrow’s Drivefly car parks and MBW’s Meet & Greet package in its parking deals.
Sometimes you want more than just a place to rest your head, and the Sheraton Skyline Hotel Heathrow offers a luxurious experience that will leave you feeling comfortable and catered for at all times. This 4-star hotel offers its guests swimming pool facilities, nearby leisure facilities, a gift shop and a gym. On top of this, you will also find a concierge to help you, as well as luggage storage if you are travelling with multiple bags. It has a 24-hour reception service, and chargeable WiFi – not to mention blackout curtains and soundproof windows to ensure your room is comfortable and caters to your every need. While this hotel certainly offers its guests a plush service, it’s also family friendly. Rooms can come with a cot, and highchairs are available in the restaurant, as are high-chairs. This hotel has its own car park; however, you can also make use of Heathrow’s Drivefly car parks and MBW’s Meet & Greet service.
The 4-star Mercure hotel is located just two miles outside of Heathrow airport, which means you will be just moments away from checking-in after a peaceful night’s rest. This hotel is excellent if you are after both luxurious facilities and convenience, as it has added bonuses such as nearby entertainment, laundry services and a coffee shop if you’re particularly tired after a day’s driving. Based just next to the M4, this hotel is perfect if you are travelling with children. They have highchairs available in their restaurant, and a kids stay free policy which makes arranging your holiday just that little bit lighter, both in terms of organisation and your wallet. You’ll be treated to both hot and cold breakfast options after 06:30, and their in-house restaurant is open until 22:00. APH customers are also treated to an extra 20% off food and drink. This hotel uses the frequently-used Heathrow Hoppa service, which operates from 04:00 until 23:00, and costs just £5 to use – ask at reception for further details before your journey. If you are driving to the hotel, then it utilises the Drivefly parking service, which operates with a transfer bus service that takes only 15-20-minutes to reach the terminal. They also make use of MBW’s Meet & Greet service, which is ideal for those who want to get home in as little time as possible.
If you decide to drive to the airport and choose to stay overnight, you’ll need to consider your car parking. While parking at the hotel may seem like the easiest option, you might be surprised by just how many convenient options there are.
Parking at the hotel
Parking at the hotel not only enables you to break up your journey to the airport but also to save some money with your parking. There are several airport hotels with on-site parking to choose from around Heathrow Terminal 2.
At the Holiday Inn London Heathrow - Ariel, for example, you park your car overnight for a set fee, before using the hotel and parking package for the duration of your journey. On the day of your flight, you use the widely-used Heathrow Hoppa Service, which can be arranged at reception upon arrival. You use this transfer service to take you to and from Terminal 3. You take this same transfer bus from the terminal upon your return to collect your car back at the hotel.
Off-Site Secured Parking
If your hotel doesn’t offer parking for the entire duration of your trip, then you will likely be using an off-site secured car park. These car parks offer round-the-clock security, so you can rest assured that your vehicle will be safe during your stay. You will often take a transfer bus service to the terminal, running at set times, which will swiftly transport you and your luggage to the check-in desks.
As mentioned above, sometimes you will need to use an off-site secured car park. The Mercure Hotel off the M4 uses Heathrow’s Drivefly secure car park, for example. When checking-in to the hotel, you just leave your car with them for a small fee. Then, on the day of your flight, you drive to the Drivefly Park & Ride Heathrow T2 & T3 car park, where you leave your keys, safe in the knowledge you are parking in a security-protected carpark with 24-hour staff. You then take the transfer bus service to the terminal which takes only 15-20-minutes. Upon your return, you repeat the same process to collect your car back at the secure car park.
However, if you do decide to park at Terminal 2, you will have a number of options open to you, whether you choose to stay at a hotel or not. There are the parking options if you decide to use an off-airport car park solely, and each has its own transfer time to the terminal:
- Drivefly Park & Ride Heathrow T2 & T3: Transfer time 10-15-minutes, frequency every 15-20-minutes, operates from 04:00 to 00:00.
- Good to Go Park & Ride Terminals 2 & 3: Transfer time 7-15-minutes, frequency every 10-minutes, 24-hour operation.
- NCP Flightpath Terminals 2 and 3: Transfer time 10-minutes, frequency 20-minutes, operates from 04:00 to 23:40.
Meet and Greet
Sometimes convenience is worth spending a little extra on, and meet and greet packages can still be incredibly affordable. This method of parking enables you to drop your car off at a designated drop-off zone, where a secure member of staff will park your vehicle for you, meaning you can get on with checking in and clearing security.
If you’re looking to make Meet and Greet part of your getaway, then staying at a 4-star hotel, such as the Sheraton Skyline Hotel Heathrow, for example, would start your trip in style. You begin your holiday by checking in at the Sheraton and registering your car with them overnight for a small fee. On the day of your journey, you drive a very short distance to Terminal 3, where MBW’s Meet & Greet team will meet you. A trusted member of their staff will take your car and securely park it while you are away. Once you return, your vehicle will be delivered to the same place at the terminal, ensuring you can make a speedy departure and get home.
Heathrow Terminal 2 Hotel and Parking Deals
Wherever you’re travelling to, finding the most affordable solutions for parking and hotel accommodation is preferable. There will be a number of tempting offers available to you, wherever you decide to stay, but below are currently the best hotel and parking deals at Heathrow Terminal 2.
If you’re after a hotel and parking deal and want the best that can be offered at Heathrow Terminal 2, then look no further than the Novotel T1, T2, T3 which offers a room and parking package for just £141.05 for one week’s stay. It’s located just off the M4 and not too far from the M25 and is perfect for families who are looking for comfort and restaurant options.
If you’re just after the hotel room without the parking package, then the Mercure Heathrow offers an unmissable room offer of £119 in September. It’s also child-friendly when it comes to menu and room options and has sound-proofed windows for a peaceful night’s sleep before your busy day ahead.