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Heathrow Airport's Terminal 3 Gets Its First Hotel

Heathrow Terminal 3 now has its very first hotel, with Plaza Premium Group announcing the opening of Aerotel London at the major London airport.

This comes as great news for travelers who would otherwise need to seek accommodation farther away or put up with airport chairs when flying early morning, getting in late at night, or during a layover.

Aerotel makes it so that there are much better options and it's only steps away from the check-in desks. What's more, you could check-in at any time of the day if you're looking to stick around for six hours or more.

“Our international guests are now asking for a comfortable space to sleep when they land early or late at night, while London residents taking morning and late-night flights are looking for a spot to chill or power nap before boarding," Song Hoi-see, Plaza Premium Group's chief executive said.

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“Aerotel London Heathrow is our answer to travellers’ pain points. Heathrow is our long-time partner and we appreciate their trust and support through the past years.

“We are confident to become an integral part of the airport and uplift the airport hospitality experience for all travellers.”

The hotel can accommodate single travelers, as well as families or business groups consisting of up to four members, offering Solo Plus, Double Plus and Family Room options.

All guestrooms are equipped with power showers and gentle lighting, while mattresses and pillows are handpicked for the best sleep. The "sleep tea" in all of the rooms tops off the restful presentation.

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“We are delighted to have worked with Aerotel to bring Heathrow passengers this new, comfortable, modern hotel in Terminal 3 arrivals," Heathrow head of property, John Arbuckle, declared.

“This will be really valuable for customers in need of a quiet haven to rest, relax and prepare for their onward journey.”

Source: eTurboNews.com

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