Heathrow: Hotels offering ‘quarantine packages’ amid rumoured government

Hotels are offering “quarantine packages” for travellers who need to self-isolate on arrival from Heathrow Airport.

Plans are expected to be set out by the Prime Minister which could see some travellers arriving in England forced to quarantine in hotels.

Boris Johnson is discussing proposals with ministers today.

Last week the Government announced that travel corridors would be suspended for all people living in England amid concerns about the new Covid-variant.

Under the current Covid-19 restrictions, you must only travel if you have a legally permitted reason to do so.

Read on for the hotels currently offering the service.

St Giles Heathrow

The package at St Giles Heathrow includes breakfast boxed up and delivered to your door, free wi-fi, a chiller placed in your room with daily water supply and tea and coffee making facilities in-room.

The team will also assist in delivering takeaway meal orders to your room.

And there is a 24-hour guest service, a special housekeeping service which can be discussed before or after your arrival, and 50 per cent off car parking.

The website says that the service is suitable if you are “travelling from overseas or you are a local resident needing to self isolate”.

The cost for a 14-day quarantine stay in a “superior double room” is £630.00.


Citystay run a number of apartments in Cambridge and are also offering a quarantine package for Heathrow Airport.

Its package includes door-to-door transport from the airport to the accommodation, a fully furnished apartment with a private entrance and a welcome pack with basic essentials.

There is also unlimited wi-fi, instructions on how to order groceries/takeaway and a 24/7 support line.

For a 14-night quarantine stay it will cost £1,700 for a one-bedroom which can sleep up to two people, or £1,975 for a two-bedroom which can sleep up to four people.


Qbic is also offering a special package at its east London hotel, which includes chauffeur collection from a London airport, meals from its restaurant Motley, and a beer, wine or soft drink every day.

There is also unlimited tea and coffee, free wi-fi, a super-king bed, and private use of its screening room to watch a film.

There’s also 24/7 room service and staff support. Your room will also be professionally cleaned.

For a 14-night stay half-board the Cosy Room package is £86 per night and the Fun Room Package is £98 per night.

While a 14-night stay full-board will be £92 per night in the Cosy Room and £104 per night in the Fun Room.

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