(3 star hotel)
from the airport
The hotel that makes a holiday destination of Crawley
It's Crawley's most celebrated building: a 17th-century, Grade II listed former coaching inn. The Ramada Crawley Gatwick just oozes history and character. It's also the only Gatwick airport hotel in the centre of Crawley, so perfect if you dont want to spend your evening on the edge of the airport.
Go out before you go away
The Ramada Crawley is within easy walking distance of numerous pubs, restaurants and shops, including the large County Mall shopping centre, and also has two on-site restaurants and a lively bar. If youre up for getting the holiday started with a night out before you jet off, then this is the hotel for you.
nice hotel and good location,but unfortunately this hotel has bedrooms where smoking is allowed and we were allocated one of these rooms to our discust.We thought this was illegal but apparently not,my wife and I are non smokers therefore we hopeyou understand our feelings.Mr Ward (Gatwick Ramada Crawley-Gatwick)
No information about the Sussex block at the hotel, which has several floors and no lifts! Don't rely on a wake up call at this hotel, as the chances are, it won't happen as the phone is not guaranteed to be working, and if the staff don't get a reply they don't try again!Mrs Qualey (Gatwick Ramada Crawley-Gatwick)
It might be an idea to update promotional information and in-house booklets to acknowledge there is no restaurant available. However, the breakfast facility is good and Jenny was most helpful.Mrs Miller (Gatwick Ramada Crawley-Gatwick)
The rooms in the back wing are defiantly in need of a good clean and refurbishment. Having no restaurant facilities and bar are also not very goodMr Hackin (Gatwick Ramada Crawley-Gatwick)
Everything was fine, staff were very helpful and we got a good nights sleep at both ends of our journeyMrs Harries (Gatwick Ramada Crawley-Gatwick)
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Overall rating: 78% by 123 guests
Getting there and away
The Ramada Crawley is easy to find if you're travelling by car - it's on a main road, just seven minutes from the M23. You can park overnight for free in the large on-site car park and leave your car there while you're on holiday too. If youre coming by public transport, Crawley rail station is just a five-minute walk away. Trains run regularly from here to Gatwick airport and London.
You can book a taxi to the airport through the hotel for a flat fee of £8.50 per room. The journey takes just 10 to 15 minutes, but allow plenty of time as traffic in the town centre can be busy, especially during rush hour.
Two restaurants, one bar and the High Street on your doorstepThe Ramada Crawley has two welcoming restaurants: the affordable Wusungdan all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet, and the more formal Giggling Squid Thai restaurant.
Theres also free wifi throughout the hotel.
We recommend the Ramada Crawley Gatwick for:
Character - the Grade II listed building was once one of the most important coaching inns in England and over the centuries has been associated with royalty, smuggling, bareknuckle boxing and more.
Families - There are rooms for two adults and either one or two children, which are spacious enough for even the most rambunctious of families. The extra beds are a decent size too.
Night owls - Tucked away from the bedrooms is the Octopvs bar, which serves cocktails until 1am. This is Crawley's latest-opening bar (only the nightclubs serve until later) and theres a party atmosphere in here most nights, as local revellers lounge on chaises-longues and lean against Roman statues.
Public transport - Crawley train station is a five-minute walk from the Ramada Crawley and links the town with London Bridge and London Victoria, as well as Gatwick airport station, just eight minutes up the line. Once youre here youre in the town centre and can walk to any of the local attractions.
Food - The hotel has two restaurants, and there are numerous bars, pubs and restaurants on the High Street right outside. You can even order Thai room service something we have yet to see anywhere else in the UK.
You can check in from 2pm. You must check out by 11am.
Arrival at the Ramada Crawley
You can check in from 2pm.
Directions to the hotel:
Leave the M23 at junction 10 and take the A2011 towards Crawley.
At the first roundabout, take the second exit onto the A2004 towards the town centre.
At the roundabout near Crawley College, take the second exit. At the end of the road turn left, then right into a one-way street. Turn left at the traffic lights. You will come to a roundabout: the first exit is the hotel car park.
By public transport:
The nearest train station is Crawley, and the hotel is a five-minute walk from the station. Follow the station approach road out and turn left onto Station Way, then take the second right onto Station Road. Follow the road round to the left as it becomes Pegler Way, then turn right onto the High Street. You will see the hotel on your left.
You could also get a train to the airport and then a taxi to the hotel: if you call the hotel on 01293 524215, they can arrange a taxi for you for a flat fee of £10.
You must check out by 11am. You can book a taxi to the airport through the hotel for a flat fee of £10 per taxi, which is for up to 4 people. The journey should take about 10 to 15 minutes.
Getting to and from Gatwick airport
On the day of your stay:
Make your way to the hotel; detailed driving instructions and a postcode for satnavs will be on your confirmation. Overnight parking at the hotel is available - it’s included in the price.
Getting from the hotel to the airport:
Ask the hotel to book you a taxi to the airport when you check in. The taxi will cost around £10 for up to 4 people and will take about 15 minutes to reach the airport.
Ramada Crawley address
Ramada Crawley-Gatwick High Street,