Rooms at the Arora Gatwick
A good night's sleep every time
All the rooms at the Gatwick Arora hotel are of the same high standard and have modern furnishings. They are arranged over five floors, mostly in the main section of the building. However, if your room number is 73 or higher on any floor, you will access your room by taking the covered walkway from the left hand side of reception into the West Wing, where there are separate elevators. Although most rooms have exterior windows, the window in some rooms overlooks the central atrium, looking down on the Palm Deli.
- "The Arora Hotel at Crawley is a good hotel and convenient to get to Gatwick via train or shuttle bus. rooms very well appointed. Bar facilities good. Breakfast disappointing (hot buffet items cold) for a second time."
Mr Richards, 28 Apr 2013
- "Hotel was superb right from check in, to meal, to the comfort of the room. Staff were extremely helpful and professional. Maple Meet and Greet service very good also."
Mr Fereday, 27 Sep 2011
- "It was a great value deal. The hotel room was comfortable, the staff friendly and helpful but as is common with most airport hotels the food was poor and over-priced"
Mr Vancauwelaert, 25 Mar 2011
- "Hotel was good and the room clean and comfortable. Staff were friendly and helpful. Car parking was good with only a few minutes wait for our car to be delivered to us."
Mr Siviter, 04 Nov 2010
- "The hotel was excellent. The room was modern clean & spacious with comfortable bed. We had an exceptional meal in the Italian restaurant. It was a good start to our holiday & we would definately stay there again if the need arose."
Mrs Tanner, 19 Oct 2008
Rooms include everything you would expect from a four-star hotel, including a television, internet (at a fee), tea/coffee making facilities, a hairdryer, a trouser press and a telephone. Bathrooms all have both a shower and a bath and are stylish and modern.
All double rooms are of the same reasonably compact size, although they have a handy cupboard which doubles as a suitcase stand ideal for riffling through the bags in search of those first-night essentials. Theres a bedside table either side of the bed, with free-standing night lights, a desk with desk lamp and upright chair, and a comfy chair pointed at the television.
The Arora Gatwicks family rooms have two double beds, so if you have two children theyll need to be willing to share a bed. Family rooms are larger than all other room types and feature plenty of floor space in which to spread out, as well as a toilet room with sink which is separate to the main bathroom.
Other room options:
There are plenty of twin rooms at the Arora Gatwick which are ideal for two adults sharing and have the same size floorspace and furnishings as a double room the only difference is the beds. There are also some double rooms which have a rollout bed which forms an additional single ideal for couples travelling with one child. Some rooms are also interconnecting. There are four accessible rooms for disabled guests at the Arora, and the entire hotel has disabled access.