Passengers using Heathrow Airport will be able to enjoy luxury accommodation when a new hotel opens in the near future, it has been reported.
Ramada Jarvis has built its 200-bedroom Ramada London Heathrow hotel close to the M4 and the M25 in order to cater for people travelling through Heathrow Airport.
Hotel guests will experience all the latest technology as the building’s facilities include full workstations, wireless internet access and flat-screen LDC televisions in every room, as well as internet connectivity in all public areas.
General manager Martin Taylor said: "This brand new addition to our portfolio, with its enviable location, contemporary style and comfort and superb facilities may prove to be the perfect place to stay on the Heathrow strip."
Due to the convenient location, guests will be able to take the Heathrow Hoppa route to and from the hotel to all of the airport’s terminals.
"Guests can expect to come to us to recharge, refresh and unwind in what we believe is a preferred and more personable alternative to other hotels in the area," added Mr Taylor.
Dubai-based airline Emirates unveiled the world’s biggest model plane, a replica of the new Airbus A380 outside of Heathrow Airport last week.