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Hounslow Introduction

Tucked between Heathrow and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and just a quick hop from Central London, Hounslow offers a relaxed base for a stay in the capital. The borough is filled with green spaces, like Syon Park and Hounslow Heath, while also boasting a smart city centre and plenty of cultural delights. And if you're keen to explore further afield, you'll find Hounslow hotels within a quick drive of Hampton Court Palace and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Hotels in Hounslow

Given Hounslow's proximity to the airport, it's perhaps unsurprising that the borough has a wide choice of hotels to choose from. At the budget end of the scale, that might mean a simple 2- or 3-star discount hotel, with free perks like WiFi and, sometimes, a much-coveted London parking space, too. If you'd like to stay at something a little more upmarket, there's ample opportunity to bed down in one of the area's 4- and 5-star picks. These high-end options often come complete with sparkling pools, impressive on-site dining and attentive concierge services.

Where to stay

Hotels near Heathrow may not offer the most picturesque surroundings but the sheer number of properties in this area usually means you'll be able to take your pick from a tempting line-up of Hounslow hotel deals. Travellers who'd prefer to stay in a quieter area of the borough can head east, to the town of Brentford, where a selection of popular hotels sit close to Brentford Lock and the botanic gardens. City centre hotels, found clustered near Hounslow Central, offer a convenient setting near a host of amenities, including shops, bars and restaurants.

Things to see

With a medley of things to see and do on the doorstep of Hounslow hotels, visitors to the borough will find plenty to keep them entertained. For culture vultures and history buffs, that might mean a trip to Osterley Park and House, a National Trust property in Isleworth. There you'll encounter the impressive sight of a 16th-century mansion, set amid parkland and exquisitely maintained gardens, with an on-site cafe serving up both cream teas and great views. For a vista of a different flavour, a spotting point on the Great South-West Road provides a vantage point for watching departing and landing planes. If you get lucky with the timing of your stay, you might catch an England rugby game at the team's home ground, the imposing Twickenham Stadium, while jaunts into Central London to the east put visits to attractions like Buckingham Palace and Oxford Street firmly on the menu.

How to get to Hounslow

The obvious way to get to Hounslow is to fly into Heathrow, though that's unlikely to prove practical unless you need to cover a fair distance on your journey into town. Hopping on the train is simple enough, with connections readily available into Central London, if not into Hounslow itself. For drivers, the borough is well connected thanks to links to the M1, M3, M4 and M25, with a journey time from both Birmingham and Bristol coming in at around 2 hours and trips from the south coast landing somewhere near an hour and a half.