Getting to the Arora Hotel at Gatwick
Train, bus or cab - it all runs like clockwork
The Arora is the easiest hotel at Gatwick Airport to reach by train - simply get off at Crawley station and follow the signs along the platform to a gate that leads straight into the hotel. If you are planning to travel to Gatwick by train, this is the hotel for you.
The Arora Gatwick is also easy to find if youre coming to Gatwick airport by car. Please see our map (below) for directions or put your postcode into the directions finder box at the bottom of the page.
Directions to the hotel
If youre arriving by car Exit the M23 at junction 10 and at the roundabout take the third exit onto Crawley Avenue (the A2011), signposted Crawley. At the next roundabout take the second exit onto Northgate Avenue (the A2004). Stay on this road by taking the first exit at the next roundabout onto College Road, then continue onto Southgate Avenue at the junction with Station Way. The Arora Gatwick will be on your right and is the first turning after this junction. Move into the right-turning lane to enter the car park and follow the sign to turn right and then head underground. You can park here for up to one hour for free, giving you plenty of time to unload the bags and get checked in. If you leave your car here overnight before heading to the long stay car park the next day it will cost you £10.
If youre coming by public transport There are regular direct trains from London Victoria to Crawley train station, which is linked to the hotel by a gate at the end of the platform.
From the hotel to the airport
To get to the airport from the Arora Gatwick simply return to the train station and use your room key to gain access to the platform. Just dont forget to leave the key in the drop-box to the right of the gate as you exit. Trains take just eight minutes to reach Gatwick airport station and run every five minutes from 5am to midnight and cost around £3.
Shuttle bus H4 also runs from the hotel to both terminals every hour, from 4.35am to 12.35am. The South terminal is about 20 minutes away; the North terminal is eight minutes further. Tickets cost £3.50 per adult, or £6 for two adults. One child five or under can travel free per adult; otherwise tickets for children under 15 cost £2.50, unless you're under five years old, in which case, you can travel for free! You should book your seat on the bus with reception when you check in.
Alternatively, a taxi will cost about £12 one way.
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West Sussex RH10 6LW