Restaurants At The Gatwick Sandman Signature Hotel


The Arts Restaurant is relaxed, very relaxed and extremely relaxed

The Sandman Signature at Gatwick offers a warm welcome as soon as you enter the lobby, with the lively Arts restaurant and Club bar on either side. Get your holiday off to a cracking start with a memorable dinner, a glass or two of fine wine or draft beer and then a filling breakfast in the morning to see you through the journey ahead. Room service is also available 24 hours a day.

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  • Arts Restaurant
  • Breakfast weekdays 6.30am - 9.30am
  • Breakfast Saturday 7.30am - 10am
  • Breakfast Sunday 6pm to 10.30pm
  • Lunch 12.30 - 2.30pm
  • Dinner 6.30pm - 10pm (last orders 9.30pm)

The Arts Restaurant

  • "It was a fabulous start to our holiday being waited on in luxury and the kids loved it wonderful restaurant and breakfast, will definitely book again and start the holiday a day early"
    Mrs Cox, 23 Aug 2008

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The warm and friendly Arts restaurant is open every evening for dinner, as well as serving breakfast in the mornings. Book now and start looking forward to the first meal of your holiday.

Breakfast

The breakfast buffet at the Sandman Signature is extensive, with something to suit all tastes. The yoghurt and fresh fruit bar has both natural and fruit-flavoured yoghurts, a selection of Kellogg’s cereals and fresh fruit, including watermelon and pineapple. The bakery area has croissants, pastries and both white and brown toast, while all the elements of a traditional English breakfast are laid out in the hot section, including back bacon, sausages, field mushrooms and baked beans. Order eggs cooked any way you like or try the breakfast special – it was freshly made, warm pancakes with honey and lemon when we visited.

Dinner

The Sandman Signature is worth a visit for its dinner menu alone. Far above the standards most people expect from hotel dining, the Arts restaurant serves up an enticing menu of fresh salads and pastas, hearty mains and delicious desserts. Favourite dishes include scallops, griddled sirloin steak with thick-cut chips and beer-battered haddock with jalapeno mushy peas. There’s a decent wine list too and the desserts are not to be missed – we especially like the sticky toffee pudding.

The same menu is served at both lunch and dinner, as well as in the bar until 10.30pm.