Detail descriptioTraveling just got easier and more flexible with Radisson RED Hotel London Heathrow. Located less than 10 minutes from London Heathrow Airport, it’s perfect for those looking to get a head start on their vacation or a good night’s sleep upon your return. We give guests endless opportunities to tune in and out—switching effortlessly between business and pleasure through informal services where anything goes, a buzzing social scene, and bold design that kick-starts the fun. Relax in our 258 comfy and stylish rooms and 8 decadent suites. Stay connected with fast free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel or work out in our newly refurbished gym that includes an indoor pool, steam room and sauna. Hungry? With two onsite bars and restaurants, you can grab a quick bite or enjoy a full dining experience. Radisson RED also shares two conference centres and 41 modern meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 700 guests.n about your listing

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