If you think airport hotels are purely functional, think again.
We've taken the distinctive design, seamless service and menu selection you'd expect in a boutique hotel and created a conferencing venue for up to 700 people that's all about choice. The five-star Radisson Edwardian Hotel Heathrow is lavish, stylish and richly-equipped.
Public areas feature oriental artefacts including Chinese emperor chairs, Malaysian Bhuddas and massive 3-metre solid bronze planters from Thailand. The piece de resistance is a splendid Cambodian temple bell.
At the hotel's heart is the Atrium, a vast, glass-covered space sculpted for light and sound by architect Patrick Attwine and built to cathedral proportions. Striking glass columns, bridges and water features by artist Andrew Moore are complimented by a shoal of glass fish and there is a dramatic, underlit glass cocktail bar running the length of the Atrium. The Newbury Suite, for up to 300, is on a similarly monumental scale but with a tranquil colonial mood.
And then there's the service. Everything we do is designed to make you feel special. We believe that the most professional service is also the most natural.
The Radisson Edwardian Hotel Heathrow is luxurious – but this is luxury without pretension. We want you to feel free to enjoy luxury on your own terms.
Flexibility, technology to make your life easier and a wide range of menus all add up to a venue that's utterly unique. With dramatic spaces and dedicated service, it's the new way to conference.