5 JUNE 2017


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Article from BTNews 5 JUNE 2017

Terminal 2 hotel under way

The start of construction of the first hotel linked directly to Terminal 2 in Heathrow’s central area has been marked with an official ground-breaking ceremony. 

The Arora Group event attended by stakeholders and guests including broadcasters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.

The property forms part of the group’s pipeline of 1,110 new hotel bedrooms now under development at Heathrow, including a dual-brand 300-bedroom Crowne Plaza and 455-room Holiday Inn Express at Terminal 4. 

Arora is one of the largest employers in the Heathrow area, and the Terminal 2 project joins the group’s Sofitel London Heathrow at Terminal 5, Renaissance London Heathrow and Holiday Inn London Heathrow T5.

Founder and chairman Surinder Arora said: “This hotel will provide exceptional facilities for visitors to London and with access directly into the terminal will significantly improve the passenger experience for airport users.” 

Due to open next year, the hotel will feature 355 bedrooms and facilities for business travellers  including two food and beverage outlets and five function rooms for meetings and events.


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