Renaissance (Heathrow) Reviews
Description:Bath Road Hounslow Middlesex England UK TW6 2AQ
Newest Review: ... courteously and efficiently. There were three staff on reception, plus a manager flitting between them to deal with any complicated queries, and in a matter of minutes, my credit card had been swiped and I was given the key card to my room. I was directed to the bank of four large lifts to the left of reception which seemed to take an age to arrive. The lift progressed serenely to the second ... more
Customer Renaissance (Heathrow) Reviews (4)
by - written on 24/09/10 (Very useful, 198 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ STRATEGY AT THE RENAISSANCE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ When I was invited to our company's three day leadership team conference to discuss our latest business strategy, I secretly hoped that we would be treated to a few days somewhere exotic. As our organisation is spread across Europe, the possibilities were endless. However, our management opted for prudence and settled on the Renaissance Hotel at London Heathrow as our venue. The airport is a scant ten miles away from where I live, but with our daily sessions starting at 8am and chit-chatting at the hotel bar into the wee hours practically mandatory, I booked myself in for three ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/04, updated on 28/02/04 (Very useful, 341 readings)
We needed to stay somewhere at Heathrow on the 15th February before our trip to New York. We chose holidayextras.co.uk which is an excellent site. Our rate was £80.00 inc. 15 days parking, which was a great price. Just incase you don't know, Renaissance Hotels are a brand belonging to Marriott Hotels. Marriott has 3 brands in the UK - Marriott (funnily enough!), Courtyard by Marriott and Renaissance along with Executive Apartments. I have always associated Marriott with luxury, comfort, cleanliness and great service. Well, I was right. My dad used to be a member of the Marriott Leisure Club at the Cardiff Marriott, which was great. My dad has also stayed at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/03, updated on 05/09/03 (Useful, 160 readings)
The weekend rate with parking offers exceptional value for money. It?s a pity (for people like me travelling with two kids) that they seem to have reduced the maximum occupancy to 2 adults and a child recently. The location could hardly be better. Plane spotters will love the proximity of the main runway and the Heathrow visitor centre is right next door. For those like me who begrudge paying £3 each way for the Heathrow Hopper the main London Transport route is immediately outside and, since the hotel is within the Heathrow Free Transport Zone, you can get to the Airport bus terminal every few minutes - free. The rooms are standard international ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/03, updated on 28/05/03 (Very useful, 3428 readings)
When we needed somewhere to stay after a trip to Seattle and Western Canada, we hunted around for a parking inclusive package at one of the Heathrow airport hotels. We had already tried the Hilton and the Radisson Edwardian, the latter being absolutely awful despite its 5 star rating. We had also enjoyed a stay at Le Meridien, but for 3 weeks car parking the Renaissance offered the best deal, and we were happy to try something different. From the outside, the Renaissance looks pretty unremarkable. It is a rather ugly looking large long four storey concrete block with loads of uniform windows. Once inside, some of the doubts you may have had, judging on outside ... Read the complete review
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