Imagine Spa Thames Valley - Hilton Hotel

At a glance

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    Facilities include an accessible treatment room on thr ground floor with a shower and private changing area leading to the thermal suite. A hoist into the hydrotherapy pool is also available if requested on booking.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    Part of the Hilton brand at Heathrow Airport Terminal 5, the spa and hotel are a contemporary, all-encompassing pamper experience. Please note thermal suite is over 16s

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    The hotel is in Colnbrook Village, which is home to the second oldest pub in the UK – The Ostrich, as well as being within easy reach of Windsor, and Henley-On-Thames.

  • Restaurant


    There are two restaurants and two bars catering to different moods and taste buds.

  • Location


    Surrounded by 13 acres of landscaped grounds, the hotel is only 20 minutes from London by train and ten minutes by car from Terminal 5.


Imagine Spa Thames Valley - Hilton Hotel

Imagine Spa, Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 Poyle Road, Colnbrook, Berkshire. SL3 0FF

Spa & Leisure

As part of the Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5, The Imagine Spa Thames Valley reflects the hotel’s contemporary design both in terms of style and amenities, with an all encompassing range of facilities including a Fire and Ice suite complete with a salt grotto, aroma steam room, sauna, feature showers and ice fountain, as well as a Serail mud chamber, relaxation room, and dry floatation bed.

There are also eight treatment rooms for facials, massages, body wraps and scrubs and VOYA Organic Seaweed Treatments, and offering a complete package, beauty treatments including waxing, St Tropez tanning, manicures and pedicures are also available for those final finishing touches.

Hotel & Accommodation

A contemporary structure, the hotel is characteristic of the best of the Hilton brand – with cool, quirky interiors and a wealth of facilities. Rooms are a lesson in ergonomic design and space without compromising on luxury.

Meanwhile, The Gallery restaurant overseen by Chef Paul Danabie celebrates British cooking with fresh, local ingredients; or alternatively, Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen offers pan-Indian fare in a colonial style dining room adorned with original Indian artworks. There are also two bars – the River Bar serving wine and beers, and the Gallery Bar inspired by Hendrick’s Gin where you can find cocktails and British tapas.