Nursing Education 2019 Meeting & Hospitality
Park Inn by Radisson Hotel & Conference
London Heathrow Airport
Bath Road, Heathrow Middlesex, UB7 ODU
London Heathrow, United Kingdom
The Park Inn by Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre London Heathrow welcomes all the Nursing Education 2019 conference participants.
The Park Inn Hotel Heathrow is on the northern perimeter road (Bath Road) of Heathrow Airport, one of the largest hotels at Heathrow Airport.
It is also physically one of the closest hotels to Terminals 2 and 3 situated beside the airports main entrance to the central area of the airport...
This hotel features 2 separate, multi-purpose conference centres and 41 bright, modern conference rooms with audiovisual equipment.
This 895 air-conditioned guestrooms offer cable TV, in-room safes, and ironing boards.
Free Wireless High-speed Internet.
Wide range of indoor and outdoor breakout spaces.
Directions to reach the Hotel:
This Park Inn by Radisson hotel just 1.6 kilometres from Heathrow Airport.
Hire a car and take the M4 or M25 to reach nearby Stockley Park, one of Europe’s best-placed business parks.
From Heathrow Airport using the Hotel Hoppa Bus Service
Hotel Hoppa buses stop outside the main entrance of London Heathrow’s terminal 2, 3 and 5 at regular intervals. Travel time will vary up to 40 minutes.
By train or underground
The Heathrow Express service departs from London Paddington every 15 minutes into Heathrow Airport (all terminals) and is a 15-minute journey.
From the A4 (Bath Road):
Follow the signs for Heathrow terminals 1, 2 and 3. Then turn onto the A408 (Sipson Road) and take the first left to the hotel.
From the M25:
Take the exit for the M4 toward Heathrow Airport. Then take Junction 4 to the A408 toward the airport. Follow the roundabout to get back on the M4 toward Heathrow. Take the A4 exit toward central London and then the first left. The hotel is directly ahead on the left.
Please note that the hotel car park is managed by Parking Eye and charges apply.
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