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London city form Premier inn H/row

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London city form Premier inn H/row

Hi im just wondering how accessible by public transport train/bus is London city from the premier Inn Heathrow. Or which of the family hotels in around Heathrow has most easy access to the city. Thanks in advance :)

Edited: 09 March 2011, 21:29
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1. Re: London city form Premier inn H/row

Unless you have a ludicrously early flight the next day you would probably have more fun staying at a hotel in London. The Piccadilly Tube Line takes 35 minutes from Earls Court to Heathrow, and from central London it's ten minutes more. Consider, for example, the Premier Inn Earls Court on Knaresborough Place.

Edited: 09 March 2011, 21:40
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2. Re: London city form Premier inn H/row

We just stayed at the PI Heathrow on Bath Rd, closer to Heathrow b/c of early am departure, and PI b/c it was cheap! It was a 2 block walk to the bus stop to catch the H98, 81 or 222 to Hounslow West station, bought travel card to ride bus/tube for the day, rode Picadilly Line into London (Picadilly Circus one day, and switched lines the next time at South Kensington to get to St James stop to get to Westminister Abbey/Buckingham Palace/London Eye area). Depending on time of day, it took 30-45 min.

Depends on what time you needed to be at airport. We did have a wrench thrown in our return tube travel when a "suspicious package" was found at Earls Ct station, so our train was shut down. We hopped into a taxi so we could get back to the hotel/airport in time for our departure (65 pounds! yikes.)

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