Sofitel hotels are known for offering luxury and elegance around the world, and Sofitel Heathrow is no exception. This five star hotel is located in a stunning modern building and offers first-class facilities.
The Sofitel is the only hotel in the airport complex that offers direct access to Terminal 5, via a four-minute walk under a covered footbridge. (from other hotels you’ll need to get a taxi or shuttle bus, or drive).
Private, indoor parking for both private cars and for buses and coaches is available.
The Sofitel has a choice of restaurants. The Brasserie Roux offers a full range of contemporary French dishes. Vivre is a ‘live cookery’ restaurant, with several different ‘theatres’ – deli, hot wok, grill, forno and sweet. Tea 5 serves tea, cakes and light dishes. There is also room service, with hot and cold dishes both available. There are two bars. The library bar features vintage wines and signature cocktails, while the more informal Sphere is an Icelandic style venue with artisan drinks, tap beers, cocktails and wines by the glass.
A range of spa and leisure facilities are available, although some involve extra charges. These include treatment rooms, a gym, and hydro centre.
The Sofitel is well-set up for business visitors, boasting forty-five meeting rooms, a lecture theatre with widescreen cinema and three boardrooms. Meeting rooms can be set up with various seating configurations, depending on your needs. All have wifi internet, air-con and telephone facilities. Some have AV equipment installed.
The hotel boasts 605 rooms and suites, with a range of different options available. Classic rooms have either one queen-size or two single beds, a bathroom with bath and walk in shower, flatscreen television, and wifi or broadband internet access (for an extra charge). Some rooms have views onto the hotel’s internal zen garden. Interconnecting rooms are available. Superior rooms have similar facilities but are slightly larger, and have king sized rather than queen sized beds. Free internet access is included with these rooms, as is a free breakfast in the Vivre restaurant. Luxury rooms are larger still, and include a light breakfast in the Brasserie Roux, and access to the Club Millesime Lounge.
The hotel also offers four different types of suites. The junior suites will suit young families, as each has a sofa bed which will sleep two children, as well as a king sized bed. A light breakfast in the Brasserie Roux, and access to the Club Millesime Lounge are included. The prestige suites have a separate bedroom and living room, with access to the spa hydro suite as well as the Club Millesime, and an a la carte breakfast in the Brasserie Roux. Opera suites have two bedrooms, and the imperial three. The imperial suites have a runway view.
Some rooms and suites offer accessible features – please check with the hotel when booking.
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