Frankly, not worth the extra money vs another airport hotel. If you happen to be in terminal 5 it would be hard to beat the easy walk. But if you are coming for another terminal, not so easy as they tell you. The informed me it was a 5 minute ride. Nope. Took me more than 35 minutes to catch the bus, drive there and walk the unendng series of stairs escalators and elevators - all while dragging your luggage. In that amount f time you could almost get to central London or take a shuttle bus and be dropped right at th front door. I needed to get work done and was drawn by the "free Internet". Nope again. They offer vastly slowed down access speeds for free, so slow they were useless for getting any real work done. The solution, pay around $25 dollars fr the ultimate package - which was still slowish and somewhat unreliable. The room service pickings were overpriced and short on options. So much so that I chose to walk back to the terminal and find dinner there (M&S saves the day). All in all, it is nicer than the average airport hotel, but its nowhere near Sofitel nice. And read the website carefully, virtually every service they claim to offer other than the basic gym, comes at a hefty premium. TV service is basic 8 or 10 channels and all other entertainment choices came at $15 a pop. Again, standard for a low end hotel but you expect more from Sofitel. Rooms are clean and spacious enough but look like pretty standard Ramada inn issue itha slight upgrade. It's a weird layout and you have the curious feeling that you're sleeping in with a shopping mall or an arrival terminal. But the staff was cheery and helpful
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