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Book direct on our website to receive these perks.

Early Check-in at 13:00 & Late check-out at 12:00
10% off food & drinks when eating in the restaurant
Complimentary room service tray charge (normally £5)

Subject to availability

Looking for a Luxury Hotel Near Heathrow? Look No Further Than Taplow House Hotel & Spa

Author: Taplow House Hotel & Spa

Taplow House, a 4* luxury hotel near Heathrow, is the perfect place to stay if you re traveling from or through Heathrow London on business or pleasure. With a unique blend of impeccable service, flexible dining options and luxurious spa facilities, you won’t find a better place to rest your head.

Why Choose Taplow House Hotel & Spa?

It is not just our great location that makes us the best hotel near Heathrow. Our 30 stunning rooms make us stand out, as each reflects the period charm of our country house. Our deluxe rooms offer eye-catching views of the hotel parkland, while our junior suites provide ultimate relaxation with large beds and lounge areas.

We have an onsite restaurant that will ensure you are well fed with tasty brasserie-style all-day dining and afternoon tea. During the summer, our Terrace offers al fresco dining with a view.

Our tranquil spa is perfect for restoring balance. With six treatment rooms, an outdoor heated pool, nail bar and lounges, there is something for everyone at Taplow House.

The Perfect Location

Taplow House Hotel is situated only 25 minutes away from the airport, making it the perfect place to stay before or after your flight. Plus, there’s no need to worry about noise levels – the hotel is surrounded by glorious Buckinghamshire countryside, meaning that you can enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.

Not Just An Airport Hotel

Situated on the Elizabeth Line, London Paddington is only a short 40 minute train ride from Taplow House Hotel, making it ideal for those travelling into the UK. From day trips to London, to Sunday lunches in Windsor. The hotel’s location is perfect for those seeking a quintessential British break.