Take the stress out of flying from London Heathrow Airport. Whether you're parking for 4, 8 or 15 days, all of our Park, Stay and Go packages include:
- Overnight accommodation with free use of the hotel facilities during your stay
- Car parking at the Holiday Inn London Heathrow M4, Jct. 4 hotel
- Regular Hoppa bus service to all Heathrow terminals or 10 minutes by taxi
We're ideally located just minutes from London Heathrow Airport at the M4’s Junction 4 and a 2 minute drive from the M25.
4, 8 or 15 day Park, Stay & Go for Heathrow Airport
Up to 15-day competitive parking & accommodation packages at Holiday Inn London-Heathrow M4 Jct 4 – with stress free parking and frequent Hoppa bus service to Heathrow Airport.
Park Stay & Go Heathrow Airport
Our Heathrow airport hotel is just off junction 4 of the M4.
Upon arrival you'll find a range of 616 spacious guestrooms, including standard, family, accessible, and even executive room options
All of our bedrooms feature sound proof windows, blackout shutters, air conditioning and a pillow menu, as well as LCD TVs and high-speed internet access to help you keep in touch and entertained throughout your stay.
Book online today or call 0871 942 9094.
Travel onwards from London Heathrow Airport
London Heathrow Airport is ideally situated for onwards travel. Its location on the outskirts of London makes access both into the city and outwards to other destinations quick and efficient. With Stay & Go, visitors can take advantage of accommodation, Heathrow parking and other services. Public transport includes regular shuttle buses, while park and stay Heathrow is an option for those wanting to leave their car at the airport.
As a hub for domestic and international travel, London Heathrow Airport serves 184 destinations in 80 countries. Top destinations include New York City (John F. Kennedy International Airport), Dubai, Dublin, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. New routes include Mexico City, Guangzhou and Amritsar.
In and around Heathrow
London Heathrow Airport is situated within the borough of Hillingdon to the south-west of the city. It also borders the borough of Hounslow. There are a number of attractions in the area, including green spaces, boutique shops and historic sites.
National Trust properties in the area include Osterley House and Park, in Isleworth, and Ham House and Garden, in Richmond. Osterley House is a magnificent neo-classical mansion, dating from 1576, with beautiful landscaped grounds. On show at Ham House is an amazing furniture and textiles collection. The formal 17th century gardens are undergoing restoration and visitors can explore various walking trails in the area.
Richmond itself is an attractive historic town, with many fashion boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Located on the Thames, the town and surrounding area has a number of green spaces. The river has an attractive frontage where visitors can sit to watch boats and people pass and there are walkways along the water in both directions.
Nearby, the Royal Botanic Garden Kew is an incredible landscaped area with many gardens and glasshouses. The National Nature Reserve of Richmond Park is over 2000 acres of woodland and heathland, perfect for cycling or exploring on foot. Richmond Park was developed by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park and is still home to hundreds of red and fallow deer.
The area surrounding Heathrow encompasses a number of diverse and multi-cultural neighbourhoods. Hundreds of years ago this area was mostly farmland and the suburbs which have now been enveloped by London were originally small villages. Many held regular markets for traders travelling between London and the rest of the country. Wealthy estates were part and parcel of the landscape, with landowners including those of Osterley House, Ham House and several more. Some properties have now passed to the National Trust or English Heritage, while others remain in private ownership.
The Great West Road, opened in 1925, paved the way for several factories to set up in the area, such as Currys, Smith’s Potato Crisps and Gillette. Like London Heathrow Airport itself, the factories brought with them many opportunities for employment, and this stretch of road became known as the Golden Mile. Due to its proximity with London Heathrow Airport, from about the 1960s the area became popular with immigrants from south Asia.
Famous people associated with the local areas of Hounslow and Hillingdon include actors Andy Serkis, Jane Seymour and Hugh Grant, presenter Fearne Cotton, comedian Jimmy Carr, and singers Phil Collins, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Freddie Mercury.