EVENTS organisers needing natural light for the meetings and conferences can benefit from alterations taking place at Hilton London Heathrow airport hotel.
The hotel at Terminal 4 is popular for meetings, conferences and events because of the variety of flexible spaces it has available and the fact that it is easily reached from central London.
And now to meet the needs of certain industries which require daylight when they host a conference, the hotel has converted its Concorde Suite doors to frosted glass doors, offering guests the possibility of enjoying natural daylight in the hotel’s second largest meeting room, while still keeping their event private.
The hotel has 965 sq metres of space which can be configured in a variety of ways, with 15 meetings rooms which can take up to 300 guests.
It also has its own beach terrace for receptions and less formal gatherings, with a dedicated business centre which offers support to all meetings and events’ organisers or delegates.
Jurgen Sutherland, General Manager at the hotel, believes the transformation will be a welcome addition to the hotel’s meetings offering and will be available from the end of August.
“We have taken on board our agent and client feedback regarding the ongoing necessity of offering natural daylight within our meeting space and I believe this will not only enhance our already strong offering for meetings and events but also show that feedback is valuable for us to make the changes our clients and guests would like to see.” he said.
The hotel offers a wide range of options for meeting and events, including healthy eating packages and those which include exercise sessions to keep delegates alert and energised.
Voted Europe’s Leading Airport for five consecutive years and the world’s Leading Airport hotel for two, Hilton London Heathrow Airport is superbly connected to Heathrow’s Terminal 4 via a short walkway and provides a relaxing retreat whether flying into or from London’s Heathrow Airport.