(3 star hotel)
including 8 days parking
from the airport
A spacious hotel to fit all your entourage
Travelling in a large group? Stag do, hen night or just a large family? Then the Britannia Airport Inn is perfect, with suites that can sleep up to seven people! There's plenty of parking and lots of seats in the restaurant and bar. Still, even if you're not bringing the whole family, you'll still love being just one mile from the airport at this Gatwick hotel.
If you've got lots of people arriving by car, then the Airport Inn hotel car park is multi-storey and on-site. Park your car up, stay the night in the hotel, then jump on a shuttlebus direct to the terminal in the morning. You'll have enough chaos getting all your party to the airport at the same time without complicated parking arrangements!
We Stayed at Airport Inn when it was Best Western Moat House many times. The breakfast was the biggest dissapointment. The whole experience has changed for the worse. The room itself was clean but needed attention.Mr Swinford (Gatwick Airport Inn Gatwick)
Entrance to the hotel was difficult to find, even with Satnav. Unable to turn down the aircon in room, so slept with just the duvet cover. Comfortable room but small. Good dinner and breakfast.Mr Buckley (Gatwick Airport Inn Gatwick)
The bathroom was gross had mold all around the bath and the ceiling looked like it was going to fall downMiss Smith (Gatwick Airport Inn Gatwick)
When I completed the booking I had asked in advance about the car parking arrangements. I was told that just let the hotel know that you just want to park for a matter of only 8 hours, the cost would be Â£7:00. On arrival to the hotel we had found that we couldn't park at our hotel that I had booked as they were only taking weekly bookings not over night, even though we had already arranged this. We were then told that we could park in the carpark next door where there would be no problem. On parking at the other hotel I then find that for the short time I was parking there I then had to pay Â£12:00 ( not happy ) to say the least. If how ever we decide to stay in future, I will certainly do more research.Mr Maguire (Gatwick Airport Inn Gatwick)
Booked parking at hotel got there no overnight parking available so had to pay Â£12 to park next doorMr James (Gatwick Airport Inn Gatwick)
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Overall rating: 82% by 911 guests
As if that wasn't enough, the Airport Inn has soundproofed windows in the spacious rooms for a great night's sleep. There's free wifi throughout the hotel and even 24-hour room service. Downstairs there's a friendly restaurant and bar. You really couldn't ask for more to get your holiday off to a great start.
We recommend the Airport Inn for:
Group travel - Triple, quad rooms and seven-person suites mean you don't have to split up during your stay, but still have enough space so you won't be tripping over each other. The rest of the hotel is built to accommodate large groups too.
Families - Along with the extra space, the Airport Inn offers free cots and high chairs, and a play area. The restaurant has early-evening service and a children's menu with activity packs to keep them entertained. Generally, the hotel welcomes children and families, so you won't feel like outcasts.
Comfort and convenience - The hotel is large enough that you'll never feel cramped, quiet despite being so close to the airport and the rooms are very comfortable, so you're sure a great night's sleep. Then, in the morning, it's just a quick hop to the airport.
Arrival at the Airport Inn
You can check in from 14:00.
Here are your directions to the hotel:
- Leave the M23 at junction 9 and follow signs for Gatwick airport.
- Go straight on at the first roundabout.
- At the second roundabout, take the fourth exit onto the A23 towards Redhill.
- At the third roundabout, turn left, then take the first left after the petrol station.
If you're going to be parking at the hotel overnight, you should call them beforehand to let them know you'll need a space.
You must check out by 11:00.
In the morning, when you're ready to fly, you'll need to get a transfer to the airport. Buses G1, G3 and G7 run to both terminals 24 hours a day. They run every 15 minutes from 04:00 to 23:00 and every half hour from 23:00 to 03:50. The bus costs £3 per adult and £1.50 per child each way. The hotel is five minutes from the airport. If you need to get from the airport to the hotel, catch the bus from stop 9 at the South terminal, or stop 8 at the North terminal.
Getting to and from Gatwick airport
The transfer bus runs from right outside the hotel to both North and South terminals. It costs £3 per person, per journey, and runs approximately every 15 minutes. The bus only takes about 5 minutes.
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