Holiday Inn Express T5 Heathrow (Slough) Reviews
Newest Review: ... ignore it and go right, along the M4 heading away from the airport. You then leave the M4 at the first exit and the hotel is just a few minutes away. The car park was not secure and the barrier seemed to have been broken or deactivated - on the plus side I thought there was a fair chance of getting away without paying, on the downside if I HAD paid to leave my car there whilst we went away I'd have been peeved at paying for an insecure site. We parked up somewhere round the back, figuring that car thieves would be too lazy to bother going further than the first lot of cars, and then headed into the hotel. The hotel is a big one which fron... more
Customer Holiday Inn Express T5 Heathrow (Slough) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/12/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
~Fail to plan and you plan to fail - or at least to pay more~ Under normal circumstances I spend a lot of time researching hotels before I book them. I check out all the reviews, compare the prices, think it over, wait for a nice cashback deal with Topcashback.co.uk and behave like an entirely rational (if slightly obsessed) human being. When booking the Holiday Inn Express T5 Heathrow, I bypassed most of that normal process entirely. You see we hadn't planned to stay near Heathrow the night before flying to Gibraltar for the weekend but things conspired against us. The very useful 'friend who lives by the airport' forgot I'd asked if we could stay and we ... Read the complete review
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