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Transportation

Underground
From central London on London Underground the Piccadilly line runs out to Heathrow, the first stop is for Terminal 4 and the next for Terminals 1, 2, and 3. The journey takes about 50 minutes from the center of London.

Train
Reading Railair runs from Reading Station to Heathrow every 30 minutes, it takes about 45 minutes to get to the airport. The Heathrow Express runs straight from London Paddington to all the Terminals, it takes about 20 minutes, and runs every 15 minutes, every day.

Hotel Transportation:
The blue buses of Hotel Hoppa links Heathrow's 4 terminals with 15 of the Airport's major hotels. The services are not direct from Terminal 4 there is a free shuttle bus to Terminal 3 where passengers can connect with the other six Heathrow Hotel Hoppa Services.

Routes:

H1 Holiday Inn M4, Crowne Plaza, Novotel Around every 15 mins - 5:30 to 23:30

H2 Park Inn Hotel, Renaissance Around every 12 mins - 5:30 to 23:30

H3 Marriott, Radisson Edwardian Around every 15 mins - 5:30 to 23:30

H4 Thistle Around every 15 mins - 5:30 to 23:30

H5/H7 Holiday Inn Express, Slough/Windsor Marriott Around every 60 mins - 6:00 to 22:30

H6 Holiday Inn (Ariel), Around every 15 mins - 5:30 to 23:30

London Heathrow International Airport

Information and help desks: Information desks are available in each of the Terminals.

Airport Facilities: These include bureaux de change, ATMs, airport information, hotel reservation and travel information desks, car hire, post offices in Terminals 2 and 4, fax machines, a prescription pharmacy in Terminal 1, shops, duty-free outlets, restaurants, cafés and bars, and a London Tourist Board centre in the underground station.

Disabled Facilities: Information for passengers with disabilities or special needs is available from Heathrow Travel-Care either at counters or by phone (tel: 020 8745 7495), or from Tripscope (tel: 020 8580 7021). Detailed access information is also available on the airport website. Telephones are accessible to wheelchair users and there are text phones for hearing-impaired travelers.

Business Facilities: Business facilities: wall-mounted credit-card-paid fax machines are available throughout the airport. The business centre in the Queen's Building (tel: 020 8759 2434) offers 20 meeting rooms, a conference suite, online computers, faxes, photocopiers, videoconferencing and audiovisual equipment.

Car Rental: Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National and Sixt are all represented at each Terminal.

Car Parking: Several car parks are available; a free shuttle service traveling between the Terminals and the long-term and business car parks is provided.

Driving Directions: Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are close together in the centre of Heathrow and can be reached via the following motorways: M4 Junction 4, M25 Junction 15, A4 (local road). Terminal 4 is on the south side of Heathrow and is reached via the following motorways: M4 Junction 3, M25 Junction 14, A30 (local road).

Public Transport & Taxis: Transport to the city: the frequent Heathrow Express (tel: 0845 600 1515; web site: http://www.heathrowexpress.co.uk) train service to London Paddington station takes 15-20 minutes. From Paddington: the Hotel Express coach (a fare is payable) takes visitors to hotels in the area. The airport is also on the Piccadilly underground line. Bus services include Airbus Heathrow shuttle (tel: 020 7222 1234; web site: http://www.airbus.co.uk) to Victoria or King's Cross rail stations (journey time: one hour) and the Railair bus to Feltham rail station in south-west London. At night, the N97 bus service travels to central London every 30 minutes. London's black taxi cabs service Heathrow Airport.

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