Book your taxi from Heathrow Airport to Westminister through our user friendly website or alternatively do it over the telephone; 0044 208 688 7744 Our lines are open 24/7.
Heathrow to Westminister total journey is 15 miles, and it will take approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.
We welcome all our customers inside the airport (Meet&Greet Service)
If you would like to book your taxi from Westminister to Heathrow airport, please consider Central London traffic congestion.
Prices are inluded all taxes and other charges. You can find standard and business class service details below.
You can also request a wireless internet for your journey. We are providing you a free dongle with unlimited internet usage. Please advise us of this preference at least one day before your pick up date.
We provide free meet&greet service for your Airport taxi transfers: Your driver will meet you in the arrivals lounge by arrival gates. They will have our company board with your name on it. In case of difficulty in locating your driver, please call us on +44 208 688 7744
Our office is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so there is always a member of the team on hand to help with your enquiry. Our highly trained and skilled staff will guide you through each step of the process, from the initial booking through to completion of the transfer.
We also offer a VIP Business Class service. Options on this service include:
Please call us on +44 (0) 20 8688 7744 in order for us to give a new quote.
When booking your car to or from Westminister please enter the destination postcode or hotel name on the booking form.
Our online booking system is fully secure with 128 Bit SSL, as we understand the sensitivity of your privacy.
Despite their appearance, the House of Parliament, which form the main part of the Palace of Westminster, are 19th century buildings. The original medieval palace was virtually destroyed by fire in 1834 and the competition to design a replacement of Elizabethan style was won by architect Charles Barry and his assistant, Augustus Pugin. The famous clock tower housing Big Ben, was completed in 1858.
Westminster Hall remains from an earlier age. The walls date from the late 11th century, while the magnificent hammerbeam roof was installed in he 14th century, removing the need for supporting pillars. This huge all witnessed many significant events in history, including the trial of Charles I (He stepped through a window of the hall out onto the scaffold for his execution), the trial of the Gunpowder Plot conspirators, and countless royal speeches and international government conferences. The hall has also been used for the lying-in-state of George VI, Queen Marry, Winston Churchill, and the late Queen Mother.