Great hotel and convenient. I was there for 3 nights due to a surgery I was having nearby. Wonderful, clean room.
Perfect place to get your head down before or after flight
Close to the airport , clean hotel. good service friendly staff
Perfect place near the Gatwick airport! It is 10 minute ride by car there.
My stay at the Arora Hotel was amazing. The wifi went out and the first person I dealt with was not helpful at all but i went down to front desk and the manager on duty was more than accommodating in moving my room to where the wifi was working. I had an amazing stay. The mall is only a few minutes ...
Property was nice. Had to pay for parking which I didn't like after I had to pay for the room. Curtains we're horrible in the room I had. Very friendly staff. Overall I would stay again.
Checkin staff very friendly and helpful.Room was dated but clean and but was cramped for three people.Pub food was awesome with large portions of steak and kidney pie and fish and chips.Continental breakfast was limited but adequate.Downside was room was susceptible to noisy revellers as it opened ...
located in the fields just outside the town with big entertainment area (many different restaurants and grocery shop). The room is spacious, clean looks brand new. Windows can be opened therefore not stuffy like most of the modern air conditioned rooms. Great place for very good rate
Very nice hotel with a country estate feel to it. Bed was comfy as well. Paid breakfast with lots of options. Continental was £9.95 which is a bit pricey for breads and cereal but the setting is lovely . Nice and close to Gatwick
London's second-largest international airport sits in the leafy Sussex countryside, surrounded by rolling hills and pretty villages. Stay at Gatwick Airport in one of the many premium quality hotels in the area - from large, well-known corporate hotels through to family-run boutique hotels - and have plenty to see and do right on your doorstep.
Gatwick Airport sits on the edge of the ancient market town of Crawley. There have been signs of habitation here since the Stone Age, but it was in the 13th Century that Crawley really began to grow into an important trading town. Today, it's a charming location filled with historic hotels, boutique shops and a plethora of antique emporiums for those who love seeking out something unique during their shopping trips.
If you're just passing through on your way to a business meeting elsewhere in the UK or even further afield, then there are some outstanding large hotel chains within the Gatwick Airport complex. They provide clean, well-priced rooms and some delicious dining choices, as well as good quality business facilities such as conference suites and meeting rooms.
But if you want to experience the more relaxed, rural lifestyle of charming Sussex then head to the family-run bed & breakfasts and small hotels of nearby Crawley, some of which are house in historic, listed buildings. You can stay in an 18th century lodge with original beams and open fires just minutes from the town centre, or pick the sheer luxury of a five-star spa hotel set in 120 acres of perfectly maintained gardens and grounds.
Just a few minutes' from some of the larger Gatwick hotels, you'll find the Gatwick Aviation Museum. Recently refurbished, this fascinating museum is full of vintage aircraft charting the airport's role in aviation history including its importance as part of the South Coast defences during the Second World War.
Nearby Crawley is full of great days out if you're an outdoors lover. Southern Pursuits, just a few miles from the airport, offers a huge range of activities including clay pigeon shooting, quad biking, archery, and mountain biking. If you prefer to wander through the majesty of a country estate then Tilgate Park is stunning all year round, but particularly breathtaking in spring when the daffodils are in full bloom.
The airport itself has an excellent selection of restaurants, but for a more intimate experience you'll also find some exceptional local eateries that specialise in using locally grown produce. After a meal you can head to the Hawth Theatre - an arts and entertainment complex set in 38 acres of gardens and woodland. All of this is within easy reach of some of the best hotels in Gatwick.
Hotels in Gatwick are customer-focused, with excellent facilities and the emphasis on offering all visitors a warm and friendly welcome. WiFi connectivity is excellent and the area has recently been upgraded to fibre broadband, making download and upload speeds much faster - a real boon for hotel guests staying in Gatwick on business. The choice of hotels available ranges from large 'corporate' style offerings through to homely, boutique B&Bs packed full of quirky, original features. Those looking for a little luxury will also be able to stay in spa hotels offering a wide range of therapy and treatments.