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Article from BTNews 17 SEPTEMBER 2018

Heathrow hotel openings

Arora Group has announced that it has entered the final stage in the two-year construction of its two linked Heathrow Terminal 4 hotels.

The dual-branded property, ‘Crowne Plaza London Heathrow Terminal 4’, and ‘Holiday Inn Express London Heathrow Terminal 4’, between them boast a total of 761 bedrooms.

The hotels are a three-minute walk to the terminal building and when finished in October, will be the largest hotel complex directly connected to a British airport terminal.

Crowne Plaza London Heathrow T4 is a 456,000-sq ft development, which will feature 304 bedrooms and a range of business and meeting facilities, including five meeting rooms, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, executive lounge and three food and beverage outlets. In addition, this upscale hotel boasts enhanced facilities such as dedicated quiet zones, a Sleep Advantage Programme, including premium bedding and guaranteed wake up calls, executive lounges and luxurious bedrooms.

The 457-room Holiday Inn Express London Heathrow T4 will be a ‘next generation’ Holiday Inn Express hotel, featuring the latest technology, an Express Bar and Café and the brand’s new larger, cosier beds. Over 100 guest parking spaces will be available at the hotels.

https://thearoragroup.com

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