The Arora Group has been granted planning permission to develop a new hotel at London Heathrow.
The new hotel is part of the on-going strategy to focus on larger assets with high revenue potential; it has been granted planning permission to develop a new hotel at London Heathrow with direct access to the Queen’s Terminal, Terminal 2.
The Arora Group are experts in end-to-end delivery of developments like this, working from the start of the project until opening and beyond.
This hotel is another opportunity for the group to utilise its specialist divisions and skill set across the construction, property and hotel development & management arms, exploiting multiple synergies for the group and developing a best in class facility.
It adds to the Arora Group announcements in the last six months regarding the development of two new hotels, directly connected to London Heathrow Terminal 4 – the Crowne Plaza London - Heathrow Terminal 4 and Holiday Inn Express London - Heathrow Terminal 4, the purchase of the franchise and the occupational lease of Hilton London Stansted, and the opening of the landmark InterContinental London - The O2.
The new hotel, which will have 298 bedrooms, will be directly linked to The Queen’s Terminal, Terminal 2, helping to improve passenger experience by giving them instant access to the airport from their doorstep.
It will be the first hotel in the Central Terminal Area which is set to undergo a state of the art transformation as part of a new look Heathrow.
Surinder Arora, founder, Arora Group said: “The people at the Arora Group are experts in this kind of development and we proudly bring another hotel to the Heathrow area with a direct connection to the Queen’s Terminal, Terminal 2.
“It will meet the demand of guests for a new hotel a short walk to Terminal 2 and will have 298 bedrooms, a restaurant and bar.”