Park, rest and fly at the Sofitel London Heathrow

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Sofitel London Heathrow has added ‘Park, Rest & Fly VIP’ to the portfolio of packages they offer. It includes a Lounge Pass which offers one-time access to lounges globally for both outward and homeward ends of a journey.

The Lounge Pass programme, part of the Collinson Group portfolio of services, incorporates over 300 airport VIP lounges worldwide, in 70 countries at over 190 airports, including 26 in the UK.

Sofitel London Heathrow’s Park, Rest & Fly VIP package includes airside lounge access at any of the terminal-based lounges at Heathrow available on the Lounge Pass website, in addition to one night’s accommodation for up to two people in a classic room, parking for up to 15 days for one car and free use of the hotel’s fully equipped gym.

James Berry, general manager of the hotel, said: “We are constantly looking at ways to develop our offer in order to ensure we deliver a seamless stay for our customers. It’s these value-added touches that make all the difference to the overall travel experience of our guests, underlining our position as the leading premium Park, Rest & Fly product.”

Sofitel London Heathrow is directly connected to London Heathrow’s Terminal 5 by a covered walkway and just five minutes’ drive from both the M25 and the M4 motorways. The hotel features 605 rooms including 27 suites and extensive conference and events space – including a purpose built auditorium – accommodating up to 1,300 delegates in its largest function room.

With the hotel’s direct link to London on the Heathrow Express taking just 21 minutes to London’s Paddington Station, guests can connect to the capital efficiently. Furthermore, the hotel has excellent road links; with a prime location just 5 minutes’ drive from both the M25 and the M4 corridor, guests can easily connect with much of the UK.


Martin Fullard


Martin Fullard

Martin Fullard is the Deputy Editor at Conference News. Formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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