A London airport hotel has received a multimillion pound refit.
Renaissance London Heathrow, owned and operated by UK hotel management company Arora Hotels, is ready for take off after a £20million renovation.
The refurbishment extends to all areas of the hotel, including upgrading the exterior with new lighting and signage, reconfiguring the public areas to introduce a new Market Garden restaurant, Bar Eleven and lobby lounge, revamping all meeting spaces including 17 function suites and 5 breakout rooms and adding 61 new guestrooms bringing the total count to 710 rooms and suites. 97 executive rooms and the hotel’s signature Renaissance Executive Lounge boast impressive, uninterrupted views of the runway with space to work, entertain and relax.
The property is located on the main perimeter road, and is the closest hotel to the airport’s central terminals, offering 700 resurfaced parking spaces onsite, providing frequent business travellers and leisure guests with fast, regular access to the airport via shuttle or the convenience of a park and fly option.
Additional facilities at the new Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel include a Health Club, Room Service, Concierge, Bureau de Change, ATM and Gift Shop.
Vincent Madden, Director of Operations at Arora Hotels, said: “I am delighted to relaunch the 4-star Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel after such an extensive and careful programme of renovation designed to put the hotel firmly back on the map.”
“The hotel has been resident at the airport for over 40 years and having stripped it back and completely overhauled all guest rooms and public areas, we’re proud to now provide our discerning guests and meeting delegates with an all-new premium hotel product, coupled with our commitment to deliver first class service, to ensure the entire guest experience is fully reflective of the upscale lifestyle Renaissance brand.”