Rooms at the Gatwick Sofitel


There's always room in their heart

The Gatwick Sofitel has 518 rooms and you can expect a great night's sleep in every single one. Many of them look out over the runway or over the soaring atrium in the centre of the hotel, but triple-glazing and excellent soundproofing mean you'll never hear a plane taking off or the bustling restaurants and bars in the lobby below.

Plenty of room sizes are available, as you’d expect in a major Gatwick hotel, with standard and superior rooms on offer, plus family suites with interconnecting rooms, and smaller family rooms with either an extra double or single bed. Children are very welcome.

Book a family room at the Gatwick Sofitel so your whole family can stay in comfort A comfortable double room at the Gatwick Sofitel All rooms at the Gatwick Sofitel are en suite One of the en suite bathrooms at the Gatwick Sofitel.jpg Rooms with extra beds are available through the Gatwick Sofitel
  • "We had a wonderful room with a great view of the airport which I had particularly requested Beds were so comfortable very enjoyable experience"
    Mrs Willard, 08 Mar 2013
  • "We were offered a room with a view of the airport which we loved. Had a really lovely meal in the evening which we had pre booked.Excellent service we will return again and again."
    Mr Hunns, 25 Jun 2012
  • "Have previously had a family room with 3 adults and 2 children which was 2 rooms opened up this visit was just 1 room giving grandparent less privacy."
    Mrs Williams, 19 Jun 2012
  • "We had to make a last minute change to our itinerary, but everything was handled quickly and efficiently. Hotel stay & park was cost effective, Sofitel hotel room very comfortable, and staff very pleasant and co-operative."
    Mr Lawrence, 09 May 2012
  • "We booked a room at the Sofitel for the night at Gatwick and it was nice to have the booking all taken care of, pre paid with no hitches. Will book with you guys again!!"
    Mr Duquemin, 23 Mar 2012

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As you’d expect, the rooms are pristine, and the bathroom attached to the room we tried out looked like it had just been cleaned and disinfected by a hygiene obsessive. The baths are almost worryingly comfortable, tempting one to linger luxuriously in hot soapy suds with a paperback.

As well as the TV, computer connection, safe and fridge, there were some nice touches in the room, including a hairdryer that’s already plugged in, found in a drawer in the desk under the mirror; curved drawers in the bedside cabinets which help you scoop up all your change from them; rather pleasing soft-shutting drawers at that; and a big, comfy leather chair.

It’s little touches like this which distinguish the rooms at the Sofitel. A lot of thought has obviously gone in to making every guest's stay as pleasant and relaxing as possible, and you'll really appreciate all that effort when you check out of your room in the morning (which can be done even quicker via the TV in your room) refreshed, well-slept and ready to start your holiday.