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5-star luxury in London for £99 a night

The sheer convenience of stepping out from a plane and walking to your hotel room. No hassles with finding a taxi and getting stuck in traffic. A hotel connected to the airport terminal is ideal for those who reach their destination at night and want to tuck into bed right away for that important meeting in the morning. If you crave for luxury, the Sofitel Heathrow is perhaps one of the finest airport hotels in the world - in fact it was rated the finest airport hotel in Europe by the Skytrak survey for 2011.

Sofitel Heathrow Airport costs just £99 a night. A hotel in central London with similar amenities will probably cost three times as much. And for those who want to have halal meals, the hotel does have a halal food selection for breakfast. You can talk to the chef beforehand for lunch and dinner options as well.

The Heathrow Express or the underground are both commuting options from Sofitel Heathrow to the city. The Piccadilly Line will take about an hour to get to the city while the train takes only 20 minutes.

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