BA

Book the 5-star Sofitel at Heathrow Terminal 5 for £100 or less as a ‘Top Secret’ hotel

Links on Head for Points pay us an affiliate commission. A list of our partners is here.

Lastminute.com is currently offering £7 off hotels, including its ‘Top Secret’ list of unnamed London hotels.  This allows you to book the Sofitel London Heathrow Terminal 5 at a very attractive price.

The link to access the deals is here.

You cannot link directly to ‘Top Secret’ pages for individual hotels.  You should search for properties at Heathrow and look for the one described as:

Luxury Hotel offering unforgettable stays at Heathrow

With ease of access to the airport, whilst having great links to central London. You will be impressed by the modern, elegant bedrooms ….

You need to trust us that this is the Sofitel!

Sofitel Terminal 5 Heathrow

The price is generally around £115 or less.  This code – 1045933342396685 – gets you a further £7 off any Lastminute.com hotel booking until 30th June, as long as you spend £100.  Saturday 12th May is £103, for example, which would come down to £96 with the code.

Given that the hotel often charges over £200 per night, this is a good deal.  The Sofitel is very well regarded and obviously only as old as T5 itself.  Most importantly, it is connected directly to the terminal.

When you remember that taking the dedicated Hotel Hoppa bus to any other hotel at Heathrow will cost £5 per person each way, and that no other hotel at Heathrow is anywhere near as nice, it is a no-brainer if you are flying out of Terminal 5.

Even better, the hotel has historically recognised Le Club AccorHotels status benefits for guests who stay on the Lastminute.com Top Secret Hotels rate, although this should not be taken for granted and I haven’t had any feedback recently.  You won’t earn points though.

(Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from the major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Promos’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.)

Bits: Zipcar Flex opens at Terminal 5 - drive for £17, Flybe sale launches (EDIT: now Thu), BA's A320neo is here
ALL GONE: Book £55 rooms at the five star Hilton Park Lane in London!
Click here to join the 13,000 people on our email list and receive the latest Avios, miles and points news by 6am.

Amazon ad
BA
About Head for Points

We help business and leisure travellers maximise their Avios, frequent flyer miles and hotel loyalty points. Visit every day for three new articles or sign up for our FREE emails via this page or the box to your right.

Comments

  1. It is also worth looking on Holiday Extras who have a ‘Mystery Hotel’ with the same description as Sofitel. The walk to T5 is very worthwhile. Does it go straight to First Wing?

    • The First Wing is at the opposite end of the terminal. The walkway into the terminal is about 200m, about another 300m down to the First check-in desks. All-in-all you’re probably looking at around a half mile walk to get from the hotel reception to the First lounge.

  2. Volker says:

    @barnaby100
    “They honoured our status last week and gave lounge access – I didnt even ask – they had already recognised us somehow in their system.”

    My status was recognised in March, too, but I was told I had been “a naughty boy” for booking through a 3rd party website… 🙂 The lady explained that their system had identified me by name, address and postcode. The stay, however, does not appear on the Accor website in my booking history (eg as “ineligible” or “not qualifying”). I had asked for my membership number to be added to the booking, but the receptionist said she couldn’t do that.

  3. Serena Wilson says:

    I’ve looked for the last couple of days for the Sofitel deal but suspect that this has been withdrawn from Holiday Extras and Lastminute. Does anyone have any more intel?

Please click here to read our data protection policy before submitting your comment.