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Get ready to take off with 15 facts about Heathrow

15 Amazing facts about Heathrow Airport!

  1. From check-in desks to air traffic controllers and shop workers, Heathrow Airport employs around 76,000 people to work around the airport terminals. To put the number into some perspective, that covers the whole population of the town Guilford in Surrey.
  2. There are six terminals at Heathrow, which is more than any other airport within Europe. Terminal 1 to Terminal 5 covers commercial and business flights, while Terminal 6 is reserved for VIPs only. The terminal is extremely small and boasts a Royal Suite, which is frequently used by the British Royal Family, heads of state and A list celebrities.
  3. Though Heathrow is Europe’s busiest airport it does have downtime between 11:30 pm to 4:30 am. This gives the airport time to repair equipment, conduct security checks, restock the shops and clean the airport. It also respects residents who live nearby who might be disturbed by planes operating through the night.
  4. With more than 70 million passengers on a yearly basis, Heathrow is the third busiest airport in the world, coming in behind Hartfield Jackson International Airport in Atlanta and Beijing International Airport.
  5. The most popular destination for Heathrow’s flyers is Spain, with an average of 27 million passengers seeking warmer temperatures in the sun-kissed country each year. The USA is the second most popular country for Heathrow’s jet setters, raking in 13 million passengers on a yearly basis. Heathrow to Edinburgh is the most sought domestic flight, which carries around 1 million passengers each year.
  6. Heathrow has two runways which serve to 205,000 passengers every day. 80 airlines operate at Heathrow, with the most popular being British Airways which has the whole of Terminal 5 dedicated to its flights.
  7. Every day around 1400 flights take off and land at Heathrow, which is around one every 45 seconds.
  8. Of course, Heathrow is a super busy place and sometimes things go wrong. Usually, vehicles provide the fastest response for emergencies, however, instead mountain bikes are used as the first response team at all terminals at Heathrow.
  9. There are more than 340 retailers and food establishments at Heathrow, which range from Gordon Ramsey’s Plane Food, WHSmith and Pret a Manger.
  10. The airport has a secret controller facility which acts as a back-up in an extreme case that the main tower is unable to function. It would take the controllers just two hours to set up and start operating from there.
  11. Heathrow’s Cargo Centre has transported a fair share of unusual cargo over the years. Lions, Rhinos and Sharks have boarded flights at Heathrow, as well as China’s Terracotta Warriors and parts for Nasa’s Space Station.
  12. Heathrow Airport Holdings who own the airport, spend just short of 1 billion each year in running costs. An additional 660 million is spent on building works and upgrading costs. The airport makes around 2.3 billion on a yearly basis which provides an extremely healthy profit.
  13. If an aircraft is deemed to make too much noise they are ultimately fined, with the proceeds given to local communities to fund small projects.
  14. Heathrow opened for commercial flights in 1946 and was known as London Airport, prior to this Heathrow was used as an RAF base.
  15. 70 per cent of Heathrow’s jet setters are holidaymakers, while the other 30 per cent of passengers use the airport for business purposes.

Business or pleasure? Why not get an outcall massage!

So you probably get the impression Heathrow is a super busy place, which can often be stressful for not just the workers, but for the passengers also. However, if you’re seeking some down time before your flight or after you land then we highly recommend an outcall massage. Many high-class London massaging establishments extend their plush services to Heathrow, with an outcall package which operates to hotels, homes and serviced apartments within the TW postcode. Kick back and relax as you invite a stunning masseuse to your doorstep, who will bring everything needed to give you an erotic massage to remember. You only need to give 90 minutes notice for an outcall to Heathrow (that’s less than the waiting time for your flight!) All you need to do is call or text with your full name and address – and we will do the rest! Oh and we forgot to mention, we operate from 10 am to 3 am, seven days a week – so whatever time you fly we will have an oriental girl available to fulfil your orgasmic needs. Get ready for take off the right way with our saucy massages! Find out more about our Erotic massage at Heathrow Airport guide. If you wish to book with us please call on 07990486678

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The best Hotels in Heathrow which are massage friendly and hassle free!

Looking to book yourself an Outcall Masseuse next time you’ve got an overnight stop over at Heathrow? You’re in Luck. We have created a comprehensive 2018 up to date guide on The best Hotels in Heathrow which are massage friendly and hassle free!

You don’t need to face the tube on killer jet-lag to find yourself a massage parlour. We are all too aware how much of a nightmare London can be to get around when you’re an out-of-towner.  Thankfully London is home to some of the best erotic massage parlours this side of the Atlantic, some of which offer private Outcall appointments.

The only other concern is that some hotels are not happy to be discretional to one ordering an erotic massage to their hotel room. A spokesperson for the Hotel Association UK stated ‘There exists a growing number of escort agencies infiltrating family orientated Hoteliers, this creates unwanted tensions between guests and staff and is not acceptable’ (August 2016). This organisational, thankfully, does not speak for all British Hotel companies.  At the UK conference for The Adult Industry 2017, a representative from a undisclosed London hotel chain called for an end to the condemnation of escort services in Hotel facilities. He said ‘That’s how it’s always been, and how it will always be, it’s public correctness gone mad! I believe it would be a dark day and a real loss to business if we were to close our doors to the adult industry.’(2017)

So as it stands, some UK hotel don’t allow erotic massages in their suites, particularly in ‘family friendly’ hotels. But some welcome them, and it’s not just sleazy low lit dives, I have compiled a list of respectable, nice hotels near Heathrow that are happy to cater for adult massages. Curating a list suitable for a variety of budgets and tastes, so you can be confident there’s one to match you.

 

London Heathrow Marriott Hotel – 4 Star

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/lhrhr-london-heathrow-marriott-hotel/

Ideally situated half a mile from the airport, London Heathrow Marriott Hotel is a sophisticated, convenient destination. You can be rest assured your session is completely private here as they boast soundproof windows and walls! Also with pillow top bedding and high-speed internet access you can be sure to get comfortable while waiting for your masseuse… (With cable TV access in case you fancied watching anything naughty). For those anticipating a long layover at the airport this hotel offers a modern Leisure Club and a heated indoor pool. This could be the perfect place to go and soak your tingling muscles after your hot massage session. Also important when considering a suitable location for a massage is bathroom facilities. Not only can a massage become messy but some people find getting a soapy shower with their masseuse at the start of a session a great way to get started. Marriott has excellent bathroom facilities, very luxurious.

Prices vary depending on booking but they have an excellent deal on their website for the single traveller- with overnight stays from £94

 

Sheraton Sky Line Hotel – 4 Star

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http://www.sheratonskyline.com/en/rooms/classic-rooms

The most convenient Hotel on offer, being situated just a few minutes from all of the airport’s terminals, London Sheraton Sky Line is by far the perfect choice after a long haul flight. Open the door to one of their 350 guest rooms including Club Rooms with access to Sheraton Club where you can enjoy complimentary breakfast and high-speed internet access.  Privacy is of great importance at Sheraton and all rooms are fully soundproofed.

If you’re looking for a hotel with extra comfort Sheraton Skyline Hotel is the ticket.  With a focus on customer comfort after flying, the Sheraton has a luxury spa and swimming facilities which may be a good place to soak your muscles after your session, why not eh!

Rooms at The Sheraton range depending on which suite and what time of year you book, with an average price tag of £145 a night but they also offer day bookings for those looking to get a massage in the daytime. These rooms only cost a fraction of the price, starting at £74!

 

Premier Inn Heathrow Airport Terminal 4 – 3 Star

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https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/greater-london/london/london-heathrow-airport-terminal-4.html

The cheapest and simplest option on the list.  If you’re catching an early or late flight, Premier Inn London Heathrow Airport Terminal 4 hotel is exceptionally handy. Just 10 minutes’ walk from Terminal 4 through a covered walk way, and providing easy transport links to the doorstep with the free Heathrow Connect train service and Heathrow Express.

This option is no fuss, no problems. Each room boasts a luxury king size Hypnos bed, free wifi and plasma tv. With self-service check in you can stay here completely incognito, without fear of embarrassment or judgment once your masseuse arrives.

Room rates are exceptional (for London as well!) prices starting from £46 a night, if you’re looking to minimise spends- this is the place for you.

Ibis Styles London Heathrow Airport – 3 Star

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http://www.ibis.com/gb/hotel-9714-ibis-styles-london-heathrow-airport/index.shtml

The Ibis Style London is our second low budget hotel to make the list. Another great option for those wanting a more budget stay. With rooms available from just £69, the Ibis hotel is located in Heathrow with a dedicated Airport shuttle bus that can take you straight to the hotel and back to the airport again.

Ibis is a quirkily designed budget hotel.  Each room has aeroplane inspired decor, making your massage an even more out of this world experience!  Let the carpeting, inspired by flight route maps, transport you to a land of serenity and have an adventure on the floating bed, illuminated with LED lighting. See website for pics. This hotel won’t be for everyone but their certainly will be some people out there that will appreciate this kind of style.

The ibis is a great price considering they also offer an unlimited breakfast spread free of charge- which I’m sure will be welcome after working up quite the appetite during your session! And it’s available from 5am for early departures. The on-site restaurant serves snacks all day and à la carte treats in the evening, plus there is an onsite bar if you fancy a quick tipple before your massage.

 

Novotel London Heathrow Airport – 4 Star

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https://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-1551-novotel-london-heathrow-airport-m4-jct-4/index.shtml#origin=novotel

If you’re looking for something with a bit more luxury, then Novotel London is probably more your cup of tea. Just a 10 minute car ride from the Airport you can escape the noise of the landing platform and really allow yourself some time to relax. With plush bedding, mirrors facing the bed, plasma TV’s in every room, it really is the perfect place to create a sensual set up to suit whatever mood you are in.

With the added asset of multilingual staff, if you are an out of towner with limited English, you will be right at home here. Check out the pictures for yourself, but I think you’ll agree this hotel’s amenities are ideal for an erotic afternoon or even our Outcall Asian prostate massage service.

Prices start from £97 per night.

So now you know where to go, it’s time to choose your Outcall massage service. I’d recommend checking out our Heathrow Airport Massage Parlour Service page where you will find expertly trained happy to travel to Heathrow to give you the night of your life, Enjoy!

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3 of The Best Gatwick Airport Massage Hotels

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You might be a travelling businessman with a jam-packed schedule or a tourist who’s looking to get back on the road as soon as possible. But one thing unites you: your overworked mind and overflowing levels of stress. Your body is crying out for an erotic massage, and it’s never been easier to get one! But we know – it’s hard to decide on which hotel is best for price, value and customer service. You want to get your money’s worth after all. So we’ve searched high and low, and made a little list of the three best luxury hotels to stay in while you get your erotic massage.

And it gets better! These are a mere stone’s throw from Gatwick Airport, so you don’t have to worry about missing your flight.

Sofitel London Gatwick


Distance from airport: 0 miles
Price range: £135 – £300
Hotel star rating: 4 stars
Overall customer rating: 4.5/5

Summary:

Sofitel London Gatwick is conveniently located within the airport and directly linked to the North Terminal, making it the perfect hotel for early morning flights and layovers. As an established four-star luxury hotel, it boasts a variety of world-class services and facilities, which include luxury dining options, room service, private meeting rooms and a gym. The higher floors have a magnificent view of Gatwick’s runways, so guests can watch the planes land and take off. The hotel is also a 30 minute journey by Gatwick Express to central London and all its attractions.

Best thing about hotel (based on customer reviews): The excellent quality and range of food and drink options.

Worst thing about hotel (based on customer reviews):  Car parking

Our verdict: The Sofitel Gatwick is the epitome of luxury and convenience. It’s perfect if you have an early morning flight, because the airport is directly connected to the hotel – you only have to walk down the hallway. Ask for a room on one of the higher floors if you want a view of the airport runways, or an Atrium-facing room if you want some peace and quiet.

Langshott Manor


Distance from airport: 2.9 miles
Price range: £119 – £239
Hotel star rating: 4 stars
Overall customer rating: 4.6/5

Summary:

The Langshott Manor is a luxury four-star hotel that’s located just minutes from Gatwick Airport. Located in Surrey, this exquisite 16th Century building fuses classic elegance and historical character with contemporary minimalism. Although it’s a stone’s throw from one of London’s biggest and busiest airports, it maintains a tranquil and calm setting. Langshott Manor is the perfect hotel for a relaxing weekend retreat or refreshing stopover  before or after your Gatwick flight.

Best thing about hotel (based on customer reviews): Beautiful scenery, gardens and extremely cosy rooms

Worst thing about hotel (based on customer reviews): Customer service can be patchy

Our verdict: If you want to stay somewhere that’s quintessentially English, go for the Langshott. The rooms are beautifully decorated with wonderful views of the ponds, gardens and surrounding fields. Ask to stay in one of the rooms within the original house if you want character.

Windfalls Boutique Hotel


Distance from airport: 2.7 miles
Price range: £105 – £200
Hotel star rating: 5 stars
Overall customer rating: 5/5

Summary:

Windfalls is a newly-opened small hotel, but it’s very much a gem in the sea of luxury venues that surround Gatwick Airport. Formerly a 3-room hotel, Windfalls Boutique Hotel has recently been refurbished and its decadent interiors are given a lavish Asian twist. You can have the delicious complimentary afternoon tea in the beautiful gardens or head out to try one of the local eateries. With the rolling Sussex countryside right outside, this tranquil hotel is ideal for a romantic country escape, a family-friendly trip or a convenient business stopover as it’s only a 10 minute drive to Gatwick Airport.  This makes this Hotel perfect for our Erotic Tie & Tease massage service.

Best thing about hotel (based on customer reviews): Wonderful customer service, food and location

Worst thing about hotel (based on customer reviews): Close to the dual carriageway so can sometimes hear the traffic

Our verdict:

The Windfalls is a beautiful hidden gem located in Sussex. The hosts are extremely warm and willing to personalise your stay. Past visitors have said they have been welcomed with bottles of champagne and a rose petal covered bed, so it’s ideal for a romantic getaway or stopover before your honeymoon. There aren’t many rooms though so book well in advance to avoid disappointment!

Don’t forget that you can see all of our availalble masseuses covering this area on our dedicated massage gatwick services page

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