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Our design has to be seamless, efficient, social, but most importantly we need to ensure you can sleep soundly.
– Mei Mei Song

Airport hotel chain Aerotel has opened the first and only hotel inside Heathrow Airport's Terminal 3, which is located and designed for the convenience and comfort of late-night and early morning travellers.

Aerotel London Heathrow is located "steps away" from the check-in desks, a five-minute walk to the nearest central bus station, six-minutes from the Heathrow Express and within 1 minutes of Terminals 2, 4 and 5. Guests are also able to book stays as short as six hours, to help avoid having to travel to the airport late at night or very early in the morning.

In addition to being conveniently located, though, the hotel has been designed by Aerotel's in-house team in partnership with KCA to maximise rest. Rooms are soundproof, have warm, soothing lighting that is conducive to sleep and mattresses and pillows that are handpicked to encourage quality sleep.

There are single, double and family rooms available, all with power showers and other amenities fitted. The hotel also has a dining and social space for eating and relaxing that is designed to replicate a living room at home.

"Our international guests are now asking for a comfortable space to sleep when they land early or late at night, while London residents taking morning and late night flights are looking for a spot to chill or power nap before boarding," said Song Hoi-see, founder and CEO of Aerotel's parent company Plaza Premium Group. "Aerotel London Heathrow is our answer to travellers' pain points."

Speaking to CLAD, Mei Mei Song, brand director of Plaza Premium Group, added: "Aerotel is designed by travellers for travellers. I have personally gone in and out of this terminal for years, as most flights flying to Hong Kong depart from here, and through our experience of flying we observed conveniences we wanted to materialise to make our trip more comfortable and convenient. Our design has to be seamless, efficient, social, but most importantly we need to ensure you can sleep soundly."

Construction of the hotel, in a converted office space, began in 2017. It opened this week.

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Airport hotel chain Aerotel has opened the first and only hotel inside Heathrow Airport's Terminal 3, which is located and designed for the convenience and comfort of late-night and early morning travellers.
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