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Whether you’re heading out of town or flying in, and whether you’re visiting for business or leisure, the Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre London Heathrow is perfectly suited to your needs. Less than 10 minutes from London Heathrow Airport, our hotel is ideally placed for pre- and post- vacation stays, or for business trips. At Radisson we celebrate our Scandinavian hospitality that enables guests to focus on work/life balance, ensuring the hotel is a leading choice when it comes to airport accommodation. With 637 spacious rooms and fast free Wi-Fi throughout, we have everything you need for a well-balanced stay. Enjoy inspired workouts in our newly refurbished gym that includes an indoor pool, steam room and sauna. Feeling hungry? Grab a light bite or enjoy a full dining experience in our two onsite restaurants and bars. All your meetings and events needs are catered for in two conference centers with 41 modern spaces that can accommodate up to 700 conference guests.

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