Hotel Review: Renaissance Heathrow Airport

If there is one hotel that I would happily that I have gotten lost in – this would be it! Just take a look at the floor map and I think you will know why.

The rooms were typical of a Renaissance so there is nothing much to write home about except for the views! Nothing beats waking up to a Big Bird just outside your bedroom window.

Elite members are welcome to use the 24-hour Executive Lounge. Again, nothing too fantastic but is certainly a welcome refuge from the very busy lobby downstairs.

 

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Andrew is a self-confessed guru when it comes to frequent flyer programmes. He claims that he is more familiar of the terms & conditions than the one who came up with the terms & conditions. His dream is to be able to feast on cookies day and night without getting fat.