Heathrow is conveniently located just twenty miles west of central London. The quickest way to get from Heathrow to London is by using the Heathrow Express, a high-speed train. The train travels frequently throughout the day and the entire journey takes a mere fifteen minutes. Other transportation options joining Heathrow to London include the Tube System, coach, bus and taxi.
Heathrow has its own resident press corps of six photographers and one television crew that serve all the major newspapers and television stations around the world. It also has its own Anglican, Catholic, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim chaplains and multi-faith prayer rooms and counselling rooms in each terminal.
Heathrow is a fascinating place to people-watch and has many eating establishments that provide excellent runway views. Those wanting to shop will find a variety of stores to peruse while waiting for their flight or connection. Those in need of a little relaxation will find the deck lounges at Heathrow a real treat. If pampering is needed, Heathrow has its own spa where travelers can get massages, manicures and aroma or oxygen therapy.
Those wanting to stay a while can check in at one of thirty-two YOTELs, next generation cabins with ensuite bathrooms, free Internet access, and "techno wall" entertainment systems. YOTELs come in two sizes; premium offers a full size bed and standard a single bed. Heathrow is located near many hotels. The Heathrow Hotel Hoppa bus links many of these fine accommodations to the airport.