Arora Hotel at Gatwick
Southgate Avenue, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 6LW
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Go the extra mile
You've heard of the city that never sleeps - now see the Arora hotel at Gatwick in Crawley, the Gatwick hotel that never sleeps. Everything about the Arora is 24/7: from the Arora Palm Bar (serving drinks around the clock) to the state-of-the-art gym (always open) to the shuttle buses and taxis that run like clockwork to whisk you to and from the airport at any time of the day or night. And needless to say, even if the hotel never sleeps, you will - with the gym in the basement, the bars in the ground floor atrium and the planes safely tucked away behind soundproofed glass.
Walk straight off the train and into reception
The Arora Gatwick is unrivaled in terms of location for those travelling to Gatwick by public transport, with a gate leading from the hotel directly onto the platform of Crawley station - from which direct trains take just eight minutes to reach Gatwick airport.
Those arriving by car will also find the hotel easy to locate and convenient for parking - it's on a main road, just six minutes from the M23, and clearly signposted.
Guests can park in the on-site, underground Arora hotel car park for an hour for free, and the Arora offers two simple options for leaving your car while you jet off on holiday either have it picked up by Gatwick Maple Manor Meet and Greet parking, who will drop it back to the terminal on your return, or park it yourself in the Long Stay car park at either the North or the South terminal.
If you're using Maple Manor Meet and Greet, a chauffeur will collect your car from the hotel and take it to Maple Manor's secured car park, where it will stay while you're away. Youll need to either take the train to Gatwick from the station adjoining the hotel, or book the Aroras shuttle bus or a taxi. A taxi will take around 15 minutes to reach the North and South terminals, the bus slightly longer.
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Relax in a bar that never shuts its doors
The Arora Gatwick has several options for both eating and drinking. You can have good, honest pub grub at Morgans Pub, lighter deli-style dishes such as sandwiches, wraps and pizzas in the Palm Deli, or haute cuisine in the more formal The Grill restaurant. Drinks are served 24 hours a day in the Palm Bar, Morgans Pub is open every evening if you're looking for a traditional pub atmosphere, and the room service menu is available around the clock.
The Arora Gatwick also offers free wifi in the lobby, a shop for any last-minute forgotten holiday essentials or London souvenirs and a gym and health club, where there's a steam room, a sauna and a treatment room for everything from massages to manicures.
Dont miss a ride in one of the glass elevators, which ascend speedily from ground level up to the fifth floor and offer views over the lobby and Palm Deli.
We recommend the Arora Gatwick for:
Public transport - If youre coming to Gatwick airport by train you cant pick a more convenient hotel. The Arora Gatwick has direct access to the train station through a gate onto the platform and therefore offers the quickest transfer time from train to room of any hotel at Gatwick airport. You can also use the same train to reach either the North or South terminal for your flight - it takes just eight minutes from here to Gatwick airport train station.
Families - Rooms sleeping two adults and either one or two children are available at the Arora Gatwick and are spacious enough for a family with all their holiday luggage.
Gym bunnies - The Arora Gatwick has a state-of-the-art gym which is open 24 hours a day, so whatever time you check in theres sure to be time for one last pre-holiday workout.
Town centre location - As if 24/7 service at the hotel itself wasn't enough, from the Arora Gatwick its a five-minute walk to Crawleys County Mall shopping centre, and just a couple more minutes into the town centre. Here youll find numerous pubs, bars and restaurants so you neednt stay within the hotel if you dont want to. Theres even well-known club Liquid just around the corner for those who really want to get the party started.
Arrival at the Arora
You can check in from 14:00.
Directions to the hotel:
- Leave the M23 at junction 10 and take the A2011 towards Crawley.
- At the first roundabout, take the second exit towards the town centre. At the next roundabout, take the first exit towards the County Mall.
- Go straight on through two sets of traffic lights, past the County Mall on your right. Go under the railway bridge, and the hotel will be on your right.
By public transport:
The hotel is right next to Crawley train station - there's a gate from the platform into the hotel.
You must check out by 12:00.
The hotel is connected to Crawley train station, so the easiest way to get to the airport and back is to just hop on a train. They run every 15 minutes from early in the morning to late at night - the timetable changes regularly, so check the national rail website for details. The journey takes around 8 minutes and tickets cost around £3. The service is slower at weekends, with the earliest train starting slightly later. Gatwick station is at the South terminal, right next to check-in. If you're flying from the North terminal, just hop on the free monorail, which runs every 3 minutes, 24 hours a day, and takes 2 minutes.
If you'd rather, the hotel runs a shuttle bus to both terminals and back every hour from 05:45 to 21:45. It takes 15 minutes and costs £3.50 per person.
Getting to and from Gatwick airport
On the day of your stay:1. Drive to the Arora - your confirmation will include driving directions and a postcode for satnavs.
2. Park in the hotel car park and head inside to check in.
3. You may need to leave your keys with the hotel incase it needs to be moved within the car park.
Getting from the hotel to the airport:- The hotel is right next to Crawley train station and trains run every 15 minutes from early in the morning to late at night - the timetable changes regularly, so check the National Rail website for details.
- The journey takes around 8 minutes and tickets cost about £3 per person.
- The service is slower at weekends, with the earliest train starting slightly later. Gatwick station is at the south terminal, right next to check-in.
- If you're flying from the north terminal, just hop on the free monorail, which runs from the south terminal every 3 minutes, 24 hours a day and takes 2 minutes.
If you’d prefer to catch the hotel’s shuttle bus, it runs every hour from 05:45 until 21:45 and takes 10 minutes to reach the north terminal and 15 minutes to reach the south. Tickets cost £3.50 per person.
Coming home:1. Collect your luggage, then catch the train or bus back to the hotel. If you’d like to catch the bus, you should let the hotel know before you leave so they can arrange a bus for your return.
2. Pick up your keys from reception and drive home.
* Prices quoted are stays on the 23-04-2017, valid as of 16-02-2017