Exploring London’s Airports

With the London Gatwick Airport, the capital’s become able to withstand the need for transport into and out of the city easily over the last decade or so. However, with growing strain on the transport network, guests will have to be mindful that Heathrow will now get the new runway that was for a while, seemingly destined to land in Gatwick.

In the end, it doesn’t matter too much with which airport you arrive in, so long as you arrive. Both Heathrow and Gatwick fulfil the need for any traveller perfectly. So if you’re looking to experience the best of the city, worry less about the airport you’re arriving in and instead concentrate on which attractions you’ll be experiencing during your stay.

London Airport

29.5 miles out of central London, it’s preferable to land in Heathrow if you have the chance as you can whisk yourself to Paddington in just fifteen minutes using the Heathrow Express. So all things being equal, pick your flight to arrive in Heathrow if you value convenience.

With the Shaftesbury Hyde Park International guests can have a superb business accommodation located right in the heart of London. And with the London last minute hotels you don’t have to worry about finding a room if you happen to book your accommodation a little too close to your arrival time. The Grand Royale London Hyde Park is our choice of accommodation for guests looking for an exclusive stay, close to Heathrow station.

It’s particularly suitable for travellers who want to be close to central London. The major airports are comprised of: Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Stanstead Airport, City Airport, Luton Airport, and last but not least – London Southend Airport. Every year, Heathrow carries more than 70 million passengers and runs at 99% of its capacity. Naturally, it can be a little overcrowded, and delays do occasionally happen. Heathrow is the third busiest airport in the world, with inbound and outgoing flights from all over the world.

Book your stay in Hyde Park this season by arriving through the Heathrow airport. It might just be the most convenient ways to experience the city without the stress.

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