London is served by five international airports:
There are mainline railway links into Central London from Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton and Stansted airports. Heathrow is also on the London Underground network (Picadilly line), whilst City airport is on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR). Coach services operate from Luton, Stansted and Gatwick. Taxis are available from all airports, but are the more expensive option.
City airport is the closest to the venue and has connecting flights to hub airports in Europe (e.g., Frankfurt and Amsterdam). Luton and Stansted also connect to hub airports in Europe. Gatwick and Heathrow are the largest airports in London and have many worldwide flight routes. However, these airports are furthest from the venue, consequently having the longest transfer time and cost across London.
You can find some advice on travelling from various airports to Hilton Canary Wharf on their website. Other information on travelling from airports into central London is available on the Visit London website or by using the journey planner at the Transport for London website. Alternatively, there are tools and guides on the airports' websites to help you plan your journey.
London also has an international railway station at London St Pancras, with connections to London Underground. St Pancras connects to various locations in Europe via the Channel Tunnel, with around 30 high-speed speeds Eurostar trains per day connecting London, Paris and Brussels. It is also the station connecting to Luton airport.
If you are planning on exploring London during your visit, it is highly recommended that you investigate the Visitor Oyster Card, a smart travel card used on London Underground, Overground, DLR, the London Bus network and some mainline railway services.