High standard airport hotel and leisure facilities – 4 star – London Gatwick Airport

Located in the Crawley area of West Sussex and close to London Gatwick, one of the country’s busiest airports, this high standard airport hotel with leisure facilities is ideal for both business guests and those on holiday. The hotel’s spacious and contemporary double en-suite guest rooms feature free high speed Wi-Fi, a fully stocked mini bar, comprehensive room service, a flat screen LCD and complimentary luxury toiletries. To help eliminate the stresses and strains of travel, the airport offers its guests a free airport shuttle transfer to both North and South Gatwick terminals, as well as a 24 hour concierge, currency exchange and fine dining restaurant specialising in international cuisine. The hotel also offers its guests the use of its large onsite health club and spa which features an indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and fitness centre.

This exceptional Top Secret Hotel is ideal for travellers using London Gatwick airport due to its highly desirable location next to the airport complex. As the UK’s second largest airport, Gatwick accommodates millions of passengers each year flying to the world’s most popular cities and holiday resort destinations, including Las Vegas, Florida, Dubai and Amsterdam. With premium airline operators Virgin Atlantic and Emirates situated at the airport, there is a selection of executive VIP lounges on offer for guests to escape the crowds and relax in.
Due to the county’s close proximity to London, the county boasts excellent transport links via rail, bus and road. This affords guests the option of spending a day sightseeing in the capital before returning to the tranquillity of the countryside. Guests are also spoilt for choice in terms of nearby tourist attractions and historic landmarks in the surrounding Crawley area. Fans of horseracing will enjoy the hotel’s close proximity to the famous Lingfield Park Racecourse, an all-weather flat racing course. Opened in 1890 by the Prince of Wales, the racecourse has held high profile races ever since and is the perfect place in which to spend a day placing bets and testing your luck.

Also nearby is the iconic heritage site of Hever Castle, which was once home to two of Henry VIII’s wives, Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves. As well as boasting a preserved royal residence filled with Tudor furniture and artefacts, the castle grounds also feature several adventure mazes, decorative gardens and a large children’s playground. Families with young children will also be pleased to know that the Ashdown Forest Llama Park is in the local area; a sprawling woodland park home to a variety of alpacas, llamas and reindeer.