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Refurbishment completed at Hilton Garden Inn London Heathrow Airport

The programme included refurbishment of all rooms, the reception, restaurant, bar, gym and three new meeting spaces.

Hilton Garden Inn London Heathrow Airport, owned and operated by Pandox, has recently completed a major refurbishment.

The programme included refurbishment of all rooms, with 159 of them being upgraded to Deluxe King Rooms. It also included three new meeting spaces, bringing the meetings and conference facilities to a total of ten rooms. Additional areas of focus included the reception, restaurant, bar, and gym.

“The refurbishment started and ended with our guests in mind to ensure that we are the hotel of choice for travelers staying at Heathrow”, said Richard Lee, General Manager. “With these renovations we can offer our guests an affordable upscale hotel with unexpected amenities, which enhance the offering of an airport hotel bringing the customer experience to another level.” 

The hotel was also the first in the UK to receive the SafeGuard label from Bureau Veritas for its measures in response to COVID-19 prevention.

Pandox acquired Hilton Garden Inn London Heathrow Airport In 2017.