Within such close proximity to Heathrow Airport, Holiday Inn M4J4 caters for a wide variety of guests. Its location is the main point of interest for most, and with a handy shuttle service to and from the terminals and well signposted directions at every stage, the Holiday Inn does well to attract travellers looking for convenience. Business guests are the hotel’s main catchment and getting its rates right is key to maintaining loyal custom.
Having recently launched its Park, Stay and Go package – rolled out across other IHG brands also – the appeal is even more obvious. With ample space and only a short walk from car park to hotel, the competitive price of the package offers great value for money for travellers looking for convenience.
The design is in the trademark Holiday Inn style, with green the main shade of focus. The hotel has recently undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment and has been brought up the speed with the modern standards of the rest of the portfolio.
The vast reception is both inviting and built well for multiple purposes. The large revolving doors open up into a wide circular space, slowly unveiling various sections of the hotel. To the left, the reception desk greets you, to the right an area for dining and socialising and the central point is a selection of easy chairs to make the checking in process as seamless as possible.
The bedrooms are situated within easy reach of the reception and restaurant areas and are bright and airy. All the modern amenities are included, universal television channels, various in-room toiletries and wooden shutters to form the blinds for the windows. This helps with both sound and light blockage, vital for travellers short on time and desperate for rest. The in-room tray also boosts a chocolate bar and selection of beverages, a nice treat after a long flight.
IHG has recently announced the update of its bedrooms at Holiday Inn M4J4 and will be investing a significant amount into revamping its 280 bedrooms to further enhance the business guest experience. Based on feedback and developments in technology, the new rooms will combine functionality with contemporary design, including new furniture, leather club chairs and completely new bathrooms. The rooms will also boast 32 inch HD TVs and modern work spaces.