I stayed here with my family in early January 2012. At first I was planning to stay at the Sheraton Skyline Heathrow, as I had read that the Heathrow was being renovated and the price was only 20 pounds more for the Skyline, but when I went to book they had run out of the cheapest rooms and now cost over twice as much. As we were only staying overnight to catch an early flight tomorrow I decided to get a cheap stay and go with the Heathrow First impressions were not great. The car park is being used as a car hire depot, the hotel entrance is round the back and parking is extremely crowded/limited, and the entire hotel looks like a building site, with temporary facilities set up everywhere and signs out of date/erroneous. The staff we met were great, professional and courteous, but the hotel is very shabby at the moment. The good: -we were upgraded to club rooms before checkin (I saw the upgrade on the SPG iPhone app the morning of our stay) -the car park barriers were open so we didn't have to pay for parking (normally 12 pounds a day) The bad: -the hotel is in pretty bad shape -I checked out the restaurant/bar and it didn't look very promising -we ended up going into Windsor -hot water/heating was set very low (although they did turn it up when we asked) -the car park is very cramped, full, and often blocked by cars unloading/buses/taxis Overall, this is a cheap option close to Heathrow airport, they treat platinum members well, and there were no major problems. Having said that, if you can get the Sheraton Skyline Heathrow for a similar price, I would probably recommend staying there instead, at least until the renovations are complete.