Hyatt Place London Heathrow: Where Convenience Meets Comfort

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Landing at the Hyatt Place London Heathrow, our trip kicked off on a high note. Just a quick 10-minute hop from the airport on the Hotel Hoppa – super easy to find, though a bit of a puzzle figuring out where to catch it. Luckily, we nailed it on the first try, and a shuttle was ready to whisk us away.

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Dropping our bags right at the doorstep, we breezed into the hotel. A bit of a wait at check-in, typical Hyatt style sans mobile key, but hey, we got one room ready early. The other? A couple of hours wait, but no biggie, it gave us the perfect excuse to sneak in a power nap.

First Impressions

The lobby and restaurant vibe? Modern, welcoming, just what you need after a flight. The staff nailed it with their politeness and efficiency.

Location-wise, this spot’s a gem. Whether it’s hopping back on the hotel hoppa, grabbing an Uber, or jumping on a bus, everything’s just a stone’s throw away. We opted for the hoppa back to Terminal 3, aiming for a hassle-free jaunt into Central London and those twinkling Christmas markets.

Room Analysis

Room talk – we scored a king and a queen, using points to make it a sweet deal for the budget. Cozy spaces, but hey, they’ve got style and are spotless. The minimalist touch actually makes them feel roomier.

Dining Experience

Dining in was a bit of a comedy – we ordered takeout but ended up with room service trays. A slight mix-up, but it worked out since the place wasn’t packed. Food-wise, it’s a thumbs-up for quality, variety, and price.

Although we didn’t check out the fitness center, laundry, or meeting center, it’s cool to know they’re there. The service overall? Solid. Nothing out-of-this-world, but definitely nothing to frown about.

For a quick stopover or a lengthy stay, this place is spot on. Skipping the free breakfast for an early flight was a miss on our part – turns out, we had plenty of time as it wasn’t difficult at all making our way through the airport and onto our next destination – Istanbul!

Here’s your guide to using the Hotel Hoppa:

  • Stops: Terminal 2 (Stops 9-10), Terminal 3 (Stops 12-13), Terminal 5 (Stops 17-18).
  • Operation Hours: 4 AM – Midnight. 
  • Ticket Purchase: Buy directly from the driver or on the app. A single ticket is £6.80, family ticket is £13.
  • Route to Hyatt Place: Use bus H2B or H5B. Check prices with Uber or Bolt for comparison.

For the most current pricing and any potential discounts, it’s best to visit the official Hotel Hoppa website. More information can be found here.

You can also follow the live bus tracker to stay informed on the go.

While the hotel hoppa is convenient, it may not be the most cost-effective way and isn’t available in time to get to the airport for a very early flight.  It was pretty much the same price for an Uber or Bolt for our family of 4.

Traveling to Central London:

  • From Hyatt to Heathrow: Take the Hotel Hoppa back to the airport.
  • To Paddington: Catch the Heathrow Express.
  • Using the Tube: Take the Piccadilly Line.
  • Payment: Use contactless payment for convenience over the Oyster card. It allows pay as you go with your smartphone ( google pay or Apple pay).  As long as you use the same card each time, it caps at the max that you can be charged for the day which can be cheaper than refilling the card depending on your routes and travel plans.

For more detailed information, visit Heathrow’s official website here.

Visiting Major Attractions:

  • Buckingham Palace: Green Park Station (6 min walk) or St James’s Park Station (8 min walk).
  • London Eye: Nearest stations are Waterloo, Embankment, and Charing Cross (10-15 min walk).

Walking times may vary based on your pace and exit choice.

Hyatt Place London Heathrow Airport Review

In a nutshell, the Hyatt Place Heathrow is a savvy choice, especially for families who need that extra room without the extra cost. Plus, if you’re into wandering a bit more and checking out London’s transit scene, it’s perfect.

Remember, traveling off-peak can make all the difference in your budget, especially when you’re rolling as a bigger crew and need more than one room. Keep that in mind, my fellow wanderers!

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