14 DECEMBER 2015
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Renaissance London Heathrow, owned and operated by UK hotel management company Arora, was relaunched last Wednesday after a £20m renovation.
The work included revamping all the 4-star hotel’s meeting spaces, including 17 function suites and five breakout rooms and adding 61 new guestrooms to bring the total to 710 rooms and suites.
The exterior has also been upgraded with new lighting and signage and public areas reconfigured to introduce a new restaurant, bar and lobby lounge.
Ninety-seven executive rooms and the Renaissance Executive Lounge have uninterrupted views of the runway as well as offering space to work, entertain and relax.
The Renaissance is on the main perimeter road and the closest hotel to Heathrow’s central terminals. It has 700 resurfaced parking spaces onsite providing access to the airport via shuttle or a park-and-fly option.
Vincent Madden, director of operations at Arora Hotels, said: “The Renaissance has been resident at the airport for more than 40 years and having stripped it back and completely overhauled the guestrooms and public areas, we’re proud to provide our guests and meeting delegates with an all-new premium product." www.renaissancelondonheathrow.co.uk
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