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How to Find the Best London Heathrow Airport Hotels with Venere

London Heathrow Airport hotels are perfect for stopovers between flights or as a comfortable and convenient base from which to explore the UK capital. Venere uses its worldwide connections to source the best possible accommodation, and hotels close to London Heathrow are no exception. There are Heathrow Airport hotels to suit every budget, and all have been rated by real Venere users like you. Not only does this allow you to book with confidence, it enables you to tailor your choice of West London hotels to your needs. London is known for its amazing landmarks, great entertainment and fabulous shopping and you're within easy reach when you pick London Heathrow Airport accommodation with Venere.

What's London Like?

Samuel Johnson famously said 'When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life' and this applies even more today than it did back in 1777. Of course it's just as much fun for women and children and with a London Heathrow Airport hotel as your base you can discover the capital's treasures easily. See iconic sights like Buckingham Palace, the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben or the Tower of London to newer attractions like the Shard and the London Eye. You can get directly to central London on the Underground, just take the Piccadilly Line straight from the airport. Exit at Knightsbridge for Harrods, the world famous department store, or at Leicester Square for Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square, West End theaters and Soho restaurants. Oxford Street boasts some of the capital's best shopping, while nearby Madame Tussaud's or Regent's Park Zoo are sure to thrill the kids.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in London

Londoners are friendly, and you'll have plenty of time to get to know them when you stay at London Heathrow Airport hotels. Contrary to belief, they don't talk in rhyming slang so don't attempt it unless you're at a street market such as Berwick Street or Camden. There is no real queue system, but locals do appreciate if you keep to the right when standing on Underground escalators or left if you want to walk. It is traditional to tip taxi drivers, and unless a service charge is added you should also tip in restaurants. Try traditional East End dishes like pie and mash or jellied eels if you dare, and don't feed the pigeons- it is no longer allowed at Trafalgar Square. Whatever your plans, you'll find some of the best at accommodation available at Venere.