The 437-bedroom property has been designed as an “edgy millennial-focused boutique hotel”, and is positioned to the east of Terminals 2 and 3 with access to Terminal 5. Marriott said the hotel will appeal to both leisure and business travellers, with 23 family rooms, 86 twin and 328 standard queen-sized bedrooms.
The ‘captain’ of Moxy Heathrow, Aga Maciejewska, the brand’s twist on a general manager, will oversee her first UK hotel opening following a series of global management jobs for Marriott. She said: “This is the third opening of a London Moxy in just over a year and we are delighted to have a hotel situated at one of the world’s busiest airports.
“The Moxy brand has been developed to be more than just bedrooms, it’s a way of doing things differently in the hotel arena. The way it has been designed as a tech-friendly hotel with a great bar and playful crew all represent an important part in the experience of staying at the hotel. We look forward to welcoming guests from all over the world.”