For a luxury hotel at Gatwick Airport, North Terminal, look no further. Directly connected to London Gatwick airport’s North terminal via a covered walkway, this exceptional 4* Top Secret Hotel is the perfect stopover for passengers travelling to or from the airport on business or for pleasure. This hotel’s ultra-stylish and comfortable double en-suite rooms all feature a flat screen LCD TV, climate control, free high-speed Wi-Fi internet and coffee/tea making facilities. Guests can dine in the highly regarded onsite restaurant with adjoining cocktail lounge and other hotel amenities include a car rental desk, valet parking and a currency exchange. Holidaymakers can relax and unwind in the hotel’s tranquil health club and fitness centre, whilst those on business can take advantage of the business centre and its fully equipped meeting rooms.
The hotel’s highly desirable location adjacent to the Gatwick airport complex and connecting tunnel allows guests to reach the North terminal within minutes. The fact that the often stressful aspects of airport travel, such as lengthy public transport journeys, early starts and traffic are eliminated by staying in this hotel, it is extremely popular with Gatwick customers. Both airport terminals feature extensive premium shopping facilities, fine dining restaurants and champagne bars in which guests can enjoy before boarding their chosen flight. With some of the world’s major airlines such as British Airways, Emirates and Virgin Atlantic flying to destinations such as Orlando, Dubai and Barcelona from Gatwick, there is a huge range of destinations and flying experiences available to travellers.
Surrounding the Crawley area of West Sussex are a selection of popular historical landmarks and attractions that are well worth visiting for tourists. Arundel Castle is less than 20 miles from the hotel and built just after the Norman Invasion in 1067, is one of the oldest examples of architecture in the country. Now a National Trust site, visitors are free to explore the imposing battlements, decorative walled gardens and majestic turrets. Other castles in the area easily accessible by car are Leeds Castle and Hever Castle in the neighbouring county of Kent. Both castles have significant links to the infamous Tudor monarch Henry VIII, as they were home to three of his six wives.
Also in the Charlwood area of the county and just a short car journey away from the hotel is the country house of Glyndebourne. Built 600 years ago and intended to be a luxurious stately home, the house has now been transformed into a popular theatre venue and opera house which puts on regular sold out performances of iconic shows such as La Traviata and Romeo and Juliet.