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Heathrow hotel for long layover--Radisson, Hilton or Sofitel?

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I'm going to fly into Heathrow in September and I have a long 12 hour layover, flying out that same night. I want to get a hotel for the day so that I can rest and relax in comfort. I have narrowed it down to: Radisson Edwardian, Sofitel or Hilton. I know that the Sofitel is at Terminal 5, Hilton at Terminal 4. And Radisson just off the airport property? I arrive and depart from Terminal 1. Which would be most convenient? I don't mind taking a taxi to/from the hotel, if necessary--but I don't want to travel far. I see that the Radisson is .7 miles from Terminal 1--is this right?
I really am not too familiar with Heathrow. Which of these hotels would be easiest to get to/from? Any comment on quality, restaurants? Thanks a zillion.

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