My review of Hilton London Heathrow covers my thoughts on the hotel's Executive Refresh Pass Package.
The package, which is aimed at both leisure and business travellers, offers guests the opportunity to relax, recharge and be productive using its WiFi and a range of services.
The Hilton London Heathrow's Executive Refresh Pass Package includes…
• Access to the swimming pool & health club facilities including an exclusive refreshing kit
• Access to the Executive Lounge with a range of benefits including free Wi-Fi, canapés and beverages
• 15% discount in Aromi or Oscar’s restaurant
What I was looking for was a nice space to unwind after working on the blog, but guests also opt for the Executive Refresh Pass (which costs £35 per person, per day) to relax in between flights (day-use room) or just to have an upgrade to take advantage of the extra facilities on offer.
Where's the Hilton London Heathrow?
Well, the clue's in the name of course, but the hotel is located at Terminal 4 at Heathrow, which is about a ten-minute walk from the tube station.
It's easy to find as signage for the hotel is good, so I didn't get lost! And once I arrived (in the early evening), I received a warm welcome from the receptionist who checked me in straight away.
On my way to room 458, I noticed that the decor offered little nods to the hotel's location, with room numbers displayed on a back board which featured aeroplane signs. I liked that.
I also liked the fact that the hotel's corridors were super quiet and swanky. I had a feeling I was going to enjoy my stay.
When I walked into the room, I made myself laugh by thinking there was someone in there. After calling out ‘hello' a couple of times, I suddenly realised that I was talking to the telly. Duh.
My first impressions was that the decor looked ultra modern and classy. The tiled bathroom, with its unique tear-shaped sink featured a nice selection of to