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Staying near Heathrow means you can explore the sights of sophisticated West London while being a stone's throw from one of the UK's main airports. The town is well connected to the big city bustle of central London by underground, train and bus. This makes it easy to explore local areas like riverside Twickenham – home to the famous rugby stadium – and Richmond Park, with its free roaming deer.
Hostels near Heathrow Airport range from a 19th-century house with a cosy fireplace to spacious apartments with a shared kitchen and rooms above a traditional English pub. These have options such as female-only dorms, plus sociable spaces like spacious common rooms. You can expect free Wi-Fi, and hostels near Heathrow usually have transfers straight to the departures terminal – saving on time and budget when it's time to move on.
There are a couple of areas to visit around Heathrow. Feltham is a 10-minute drive from Heathrow Airport, and has a relaxed and residential feel. It has a bowling alley, cinema and shopping mall where you can while away your layover. Or try Lampton, which is on the outskirts of multicultural Hounslow, just a 10-minute walk from the town's high street. You can try fiery curries in one of the many Indian restaurants or watch the street performers in Bell Square.
If you've got time on your hands, make the most of the opportunity to see West London. The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew is London's biggest UNESCO World Heritage site – you'll find a diverse array of plants, the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse and views across the city. Fans of the royals might want to head to Windsor on the River Thames. You can take a free tour around its thousand-year-old castle or grab a pint of craft beer in one of the town's many traditional pubs. Or pop into Kingston for vintage shopping on Old London Road.
Heathrow is connected to central London by buses, as well as the Piccadilly Line on the underground. This line carries you to spots like dynamic Covent Garden, buzzing Piccadilly Circus and exclusive Knightsbridge – home of the famous department store, Harrods. You can either buy a ticket in the station or use your contactless credit/debit card to pass through the barriers. There's also a non-stop Heathrow Express train which goes from the airport to Paddington station in just 15 minutes. There are also good links by bus and train to the villages surrounding Heathrow.
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