These apartments have been bought out by the council - and are no longer in operation. They are no longer open to the public as are used for council housing now. Went there and spoke to the rwaitress reception lady at desk and she told me that Berkeley don't own the site anymore.
I stayed here for a month when working at Heathrow. It gave you a home to back to instead of a room. Being able to cook rather than having to dine in a hotel restraunt or similar is great. Sometimes you only want toasted cheese. Very easy to get to and find, but if you didn't know they are there very easy to miss. The staff were helpful and there 24hrs a day. You have convince stores within walking distance. The place was well maintained and very well appointed.
Friendly, warm and amazingly quiet with planes taking off and landing so close by. Great value for money. Small kitchen area so you can prepare food and make drinks. Parking in the complex and near a wonderful pub restaurant. With free Heathrow bus services there are regular buses to the Heathrow terminals and the underground.
Whenever I visit the UK I try to stay at Berkeley Park. The main reason is that it is an apartment style hotel so you really feel like you are home away from home. This visit I reserved a studio (which I had stayed in when I visited the last time in March) and I was pleasantly surprised as on my arrival to had been upgraded to a top floor one bedroom flat/apartment. The staff are really very helpful at this location. Dorota and Liz have always made sure that I am well taken care of and this is one of the real benefits of staying at this hotel. They even gave me chocolates to thank me for my continued patronage. The location is excellent for me who likes to be close to Heathrow as one can easily get anywhere one wants to go easily as it is so close to the M4 and M25 motorways and central London. Grocery shops like Sainsbury, Tesco and Asda are a 5 minute drive away so it easy to get ones groceries. The quality of the rooms are quite adequate and everything works including a cooker, dishwasher that looked new and washer dryer are all included with all the utilities one needs. My only slight complaint would be that the TV stations do not include CNN (for visitors like me from America this is an essential station) and Sky sports which is no longer offered and for me was a station I would have liked to have. Overall though, this is a great place to stay if one does not want a traditional hotel and wants a home like environment. Parking is only £10 a day which is quite reasonable compared to other hotels in the area or closer to central London.…
Easy access from Heathrow airport. There are few shops with walking distance from the building. We had a 1 bedroom apartment, the rooms are average size but were enough for us a family of 2 adults and 2 kids. The bed is good, the sofa bed was a bit old but it was ok. The only issue is the ventilation and soundproofing of the corridors between the flats, always smelled of the neighbor's cooking and you can hear people talking or moving. Staff were very friendly and helpful.