Special Offers

Stay at the Hilton for only AED 454

Hilton Worldwide is parterning with VisitBritain to offer exclusive rates to all Hilton properties in London. Prices start from £59.

Rates have been reduced at the Hilton Stansted Airport where you can stay for £ 59, the Hilton London Gatwick for £ 96  and the Hilton London Heathrow for £114. You can also benefit from lower prices at London Syon Park, Waldorf Estoria, the Hilton London Tower Bridge, Hilton London Kensington and more.

All rates include lazy breakfast which is served until 11 am and kids can stay and eat for free.

Checkout can be as late as 6pm.

For bookings, visit the Hilton website.

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