Superb deals 10 minutes from the airport – 4 star – London Gatwick Airport

As one of the UK’s major international airports, London Gatwick is extremely popular with both holidaymakers and business travellers, making these superb deals 10 minutes from the airport perfect for those on a stopover. Secret Hotels customers can take advantage of huge deals on the hotel’s spacious and contemporary double en-suite guestrooms which are all fitted with climate control, cable television, complimentary luxury toiletries and a fully-stocked minibar. The hotel itself offers various facilities designed to ensure convenience for its guests, including a currency exchange, car rental desk, gift shop, airport transfer desk and 24 hour concierge. In addition, this stylish and contemporary hotel boasts a highly regarded fine-dining restaurant and wine bar for guests to relax in during the evening.

Just 10 minutes by airport shuttle service from London Gatwick’s North and South terminals, this Top Secret Hotel is the ideal airport stopover before or after a holiday or business trip. Flying to an impressive range of popular holiday destinations worldwide, including Las Vegas, Florida, Barcelona and Tenerife, London Gatwick is the second busiest airport in the country. The newly developed airport complex boasts exceptional shopping and entertainment opportunities in the form of premium department store Harrods and luxury perfumer Jo Malone, amongst other exclusive retailers; ideal for discerning travellers shopping for last minute items. Those wanting to avoid the crowds and relax in maximum comfort can book into one of the airport’s executive VIP lounges such as the No 1 Lounge or especially dedicated luxury lounges for British Airway or Emirates customers.

For those wanting to enjoy West Sussex’s rolling countryside and heritage have the choice of numerous sites of important historical interest and sites of natural beauty in the local area. One of the region’s major historical landmarks is the stately Hever Castle in neighbouring Kent. Built in the 13th century originally as a country house, the castle then became home to two of Henry VIII’s wives, Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleaves. Hever Castle’s links to the Tudor monarchy as well as its sprawling decorative gardens, lakes and mazes make it an extremely popular tourist attraction, especially with young families. Also within a short driving distance away is the majestic Leeds Castle, another former royal residence of one of Henry VIII’s six wives, Catherine of Aragon. Surrounded by large stone fortifications, a moat and a portcullis, Leeds Castle is the quintessential English castle as well as an informative and exciting day out.