Hilton Gatwick Hotel

South Terminal, Eastway, London Gatwick Airport, Crawley, RH6 0LL

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8 days parking for 1 car

(4 star hotel)
£127.00*
including 8 days parking
Connected
to the airport
8.6/10
customer rating

Kate Jarvis,
Holiday Extras Hotel Reviewer

Hi, I’m Kate Jarvis, one of Holiday Extras’ dedicated team who try every hotel we recommend. I’ve slept in the beds, eaten in the restaurants, sipped drinks in every bar and even worked out in the gym. And I can promise you that the Hilton at Gatwick easily deserves all its 4 stars, being 5 hassle-free minutes stroll from the check-in desks. Isn’t it reassuring to know that we test every hotel and car park that we recommend?


Affordable luxury metres from the South terminal. One of our most popular hotels, the four-star Hilton at Gatwick airport is connected to the South terminal by a covered walkway. You're just an unhurried five-minute stroll from the check-in desks.

Unless you pitch a tent on the runway, you simply can’t sleep closer to the planes. And the Hilton's extremely convenient for the North terminal too - it's just two minutes away on the free monorail, which runs every three minutes, 24 hours a day. If you want to roll out of bed and straight into the airport, this is the hotel for you.

Easy to find, impossible to beat

If you’re driving to the airport, the Hilton couldn’t make it easier to park. For the ultimate in convenience try our Gatwick airport Meet and Greet service, which collects your car from outside the hotel and brings it to you when you fly back from your holiday. If you’d prefer to park your own car, we have a secured car park at Gatwick South terminal, which is a very short bus ride away. If you’re coming by public transport the Hilton is a five-minute walk from the station, undercover all the way.

Top quality facilities

The Gatwick Hilton has two excellent restaurants, two relaxing bars, a Costa coffee shop, a business centre and a gym. What’s more, each of the more than 800 rooms at the Hilton Gatwick has internet access, satellite TV and pay-per-view movies. The only problem you’ll have is finding the time for it all before you fly off on holiday.

Hilton Hotel is all that you need and more before going on holiday

Mrs Kiberd
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Directions to and from The Gatwick Hilton

It’s really easy to find the Hilton at Gatwick - it's connected to Gatwick airport’s South terminal by a covered walkway.

Hilton London Gatwick
South Terminal Gatwick Airport, Gatwick, West Sussex, RH6 0LL. United Kingdom.

If you're arriving by car

Exit the M23 at Junction 9 and follow the signs for Gatwick Airport. At the first roundabout turn left towards the South Terminal. Move into the right hand lane. The hotel is on the left and is clearly sign posted. You can park right outside the hotel for 10 minutes while you drop off bags and passengers. Drive to one of the nearby airport car parks.

If you book Meet and Greet. Someone will meet you at the hotel to collect your car and deliver it back to you at the end of your holiday.

If you’re arriving via public transport. Trains to Gatwick Airport arrive at the South terminal and it’s a five-minute walk, under cover, from the train station to the Gatwick Hilton.

If you're arriving at the North terminal. You can catch the free monorail to the South terminal, which runs every three minutes, 24 hours a day, and takes just two minutes.

Checking out

The earliest check-in time at the Gatwick Hilton is 3pm.

The hotel is connected to the South Terminal by a covered walkway allowing easy access in under four minutes. If you're departing from the North Terminal you can take the free 24 hour monorail service, which runs every three minutes and takes around two minutes.

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Airport parking at the Gatwick Hilton

If you’re planning to stay at the Hilton the night before your holiday, why not join thousands of satisfied customers and book your Gatwick airport parking with us as well?

The hotel at the top of its game provides parking on a higher level

The car parks we use for the Hilton at Gatwick are just minutes from the hotel and easy to find. Leaving your car with us is a convenient, simple and safe option - and our great value packages mean you can make big savings by booking your hotel room and your parking all together.

Gatwick Hilton Meet and Greet

You’ve got three options for parking your car when you stay at the Hilton – dropping it off at our great value off-airport car parks, Airparks; parking it yourself in a car park at the North terminal; or booking Maple Manor’s Meet and Greet package, where your car is collected from the hotel, taken to a secured car park, and brought back to you at the end of your holiday. And with our Best Price Guarantee, we know you won’t find your parking cheaper anywhere else.

Great all round service. Car parking was a pleasure even at 11 o'clock at night when we got back

Mr Murray

Maple Manor Meet and Greet

Your simplest and most convenient option if you're parking at Gatwick airport is to let someone else do it for you! When you arrive, one of Maple Manor's chauffeurs will collect your car from you outside the hotel. They'll take it to Maple Manor's secured car park, where it will stay while you're away. You're then free to check into the hotel and start your holiday. At the end of your holiday, Maple Manor will bring your car to the terminal for you.

Purple Parking

The best value option is to combine your stay at the Hilton with parking at Purple Parking, a secured off-airport car park just three miles from Gatwick. Again, it's a very convenient option - you'll take your car to Purple Parking on your way to the Hilton, and Purple Parking will take you right to the South terminal. When you come back from holiday, Purple Parking will pick you up from the South terminal and take you back to the car park so you can pick up your car - the bus runs every 20 minutes.

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Bedrooms at the Gatwick Hilton

The first thing you’ll notice about your room at the Gatwick Hilton is the peace and quiet. Even though there’s an airport right outside your windows, those windows are soundproofed and triple-glazed so you can watch the planes taking off and landing without hearing a thing.

A standard room that tops all standards

We’ve tried it ourselves and not only do you get a great night’s sleep, you get a surprise in the morning when you remember you’re right in the middle of one of the world’s busiest airports.

The room was excellent with the added bonus of being in the airport

Mr Murray

The rooms are everything you’d expect from a Hilton – warm, elegant and sumptuously comfortable with every possible convenience at your fingertips.

Gatwick Hilton Doubleroom

Every room has an en-suite bathroom with La Source toiletries, a plasma screen TV with pay-per-view movies, internet access, a telephone, a radio and MP3 player dock, a hairdryer, tea and coffee and air conditioning.

Double rooms

Standard double rooms at the Gatwick Hilton are large and luxurious at 23m2. Quiet, comfortable and very spacious for two, these beautiful rooms come with every modern convenience as standard. Relax with a book in the easy chair, spread your belongings out on the desk and sink blissfully into the big double bed at the end of the day.

Family rooms

The Hilton’s Deluxe Family Rooms are even more spacious at 52m2 and have a large family bathroom and loads of storage. Deluxe Family Rooms come with one double and two single beds, and there’s also the option of adding a cot or a roll-out bed so you can comfortably fit in up to three kids as well as mum and dad.

The Gatwick Hilton also offers Compact Family Rooms, which are still much larger than the standard doubles at 32m2. Compact Family Rooms have one double bed and two bunks, so there's plenty of space for two adults and two children.

Finally, the Hilton has a number of Family Interconnecting Rooms which are perfect for parents who want to keep the kids near at hand but enjoy some privacy for themselves.

The Gatwick Hilton also offers triple rooms with three single beds, which are suitable for three adults.

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Dining at the Gatwick Hilton

We recommend you reserve extra room (in your tummy)

It's worth staying overnight at the Gatwick Hilton just to enjoy the food. The Hilton boasts two excellent restaurants, two bars serving food and a Costa coffee shop offering cakes and hot drinks. For a really great start to your holiday, spend your evening at Amy's or the Garden Restaurant - and be sure not to miss the Hilton's world-class breakfast buffet before you fly.

Gatwick Hilton Garden Restaurant

The Garden Restaurant

The light and spacious Garden Restaurant serves breakfast and dinner every day - and you can save money on both when you book through Holiday Extras. Plus, children under 10 eat free - from a special children's menu created by child nutrition expert Annabel Karmel - as long as they're with an adult who is having a meal too.

Opening Times - Week Days

Breakfast
5.30am to 10.30am
Lunch
noon to 2.30pm
Dinner
6pm to 10.30pm

Opening Times - Weekend

Breakfast
5.30am to 11am
Dinner
5.30pm to 10.30pm

Menu

Breakfast

However you like to start the day, the Garden Restaurant's huge, delicious buffet breakfast will hit the spot. There's English breakfast, cold meats, cheeses, fresh fruit salads, a dozen different types of cereal and toast – and we've never seen so many pots of jam in one place! Breakfast starts at 5.30am, so linger over fresh tea, coffee and fruit juices if you have the time, or be in and out in under 10 minutes if you're in a hurry for an early flight (we've done it, it's really that quick). You couldn't hope for a better start to your day - or to your holiday.

Dinner

If you're looking for plenty of choice, dinner at the Garden Restaurant won't disappoint. We recommend the buffet, serving a wide variety of dishes, from seafood starters and soup of the day to fresh salads and roasts from the carvery - plus a whole counter of delicious desserts and the hotel's extensive drinks menu.

Amy's Restaurant

The elegant, intimate Amy's Restaurant serves a la carte cuisine every evening. If you want to spend the night before you fly enjoying a truly world-class meal, book a table at Amy's now. Enjoy the food, enjoy the extensive wine list or just enjoy the company of your travelling companions in the quietly luxurious surroundings.

Amy's Restaurant is next to Amy's Bar, which is open until 2am every night, giving you plenty of time to finish your drinks or relax with a cocktail after dinner

Snacks and other dining options

Both Amy's Bar in the main atrium and Charlie Fry's Sports Bar serve bar meals, with Amy's offering excellent light lunches, including Grilled Chicken Caeser Salad and delicious sharing platters, hot sandwiches and plenty of vegetarian options.

For guests upgrading to an executive room, there's also the Executive Lounge, which serves free canapés every evening from 6.30pm and a free continental breakfast between 6am and 10.30am every morning.

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Refreshment at the Gatwick Hilton

Drink in a bar that's at the top of its game on top of the world

A wine list running to more than 50 bottles. Hot fresh coffee and tea. Cocktails, shaken and stirred. Draught and bottled beers. Service until 2am. If you’re looking to start your holiday early with a few drinks, you’ve come to the right place. Try the Hilton Gatwick for its two excellent bars, a great selection of drinks and all the time you need to enjoy them.

Amy’s Bar

Part cocktail bar, part cafe and part wine bar, Amy’s has something for everyone.

Opening Times

Every day
8am to 2am
Gatwick Hilton Amys bar

If you want a lighter bite for lunch, Amy’s serves snacks every day from noon until 11.30pm. If you’re looking for a comfortable spot to spend some time in the afternoon, it’s a great place to catch up with your emails over a coffee, thanks to the wireless internet access. And Amy’s Bar sits right next to Amy’s Restaurant, so it’s the perfect spot to unwind before dinner or retire to afterwards with a cocktail or two.

The Hilton at Gatwick was lovely, from the staff to the meal in the evening. It was worth every penny.

Ms Bullio

Charlie Fry’s Sports Bar

Charlie Fry’s Sports Bar is a relaxed, informal pub-style bar on the ground floor of the Gatwick Hilton. With big screen TVs showing all the latest sports and a wide range of beers, wines, cocktails and soft drinks, Charlie Fry’s is a great spot for a quiet pint before or after dinner.

Opening Times

7 Days a week
5pm to 11pm
Gatwick Hilton Charlie's Restaurant

The atmosphere is friendly and the bar staff very accommodating – we asked them to change channels for the football one evening and they were happy to switch one of the TVs over for the match.

Charlie Fry’s is right next to the Garden Restaurant, so it’s easy to pop in for a drink before dinner or finish your drinks at your own pace after you’ve enjoyed your meal.

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Customer Reviews

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Overall rating: 86%by 391 guests

Getting to the airport:

The Hilton is a 3-minute stroll from the South Terminal through an exclusive indoor walkway. If you're travelling from the North Terminal use the walkway and take the free monorail at the airport over to the North, it takes about 2 minutes.

Parking:

The Hilton does not have its own car park. If you’d like overnight parking with your stay, we recommend searching for one of our Hilton packages with parking.

Hotel location:

If you’re travelling by train, you’ll find the station on the lowest floor of the South Terminal. Follow signs for the Hilton.

The address and directions for the hotel will be on your confirmation email if you need them.

Hotel check-in is from 3pm, you'll need to check out by 12 noon.

Airline early check-in - The hotel is a short walk from check-in so we recommend checking your bags in the night before and spending some extra time in bed!

British Airways, Easyjet, Thomas Cook, Thomson and Virgin Atlantic all now offer luggage check-in the evening before your flight to save you time in the morning. There are some terms & conditions and all passengers need to be present so if you’re unsure check with your airline before you travel.

Rooms:

Guests say bedrooms at the Hilton are clean, bright and spacious with soundproofed windows. Most standard rooms have a safe and fridge, but not all. If you’d like a room that has these, let the team know when you check in.

Rooms include:

  • Wifi (£14.95)
  • Queen-sized bed
  • Iron
  • Hair dryer
  • Air conditioning
  • Tea and coffee
  • TV with pay-per-view films
  • Telephone
  • Safe (not all rooms)
  • Fridge (not all rooms)
  • Room service (with a £5 tray charge)
  • Peter Thomas Roth toiletries

A Triple Room layout includes either 1 double and 1 single or 3 singles.
The Family Room layout includes a double bed and bunk beds. The Family Deluxe includes a double bed and 2 singles.

Wifi:

The wifi is free in the public areas - when we visited in early 2016 we chose to upgrade for £14.95 so we could get online from our bedrooms.

Accessibility:

The hotel is accessible and has:

  • Ramp access
  • Hearing loops
  • Lifts

Accessible rooms include:

  • 32 inch wide doors
  • Emergency pull cords
  • Hand rails
  • Lowered thermostat controls
  • Inflatable chairs for assistance in the bath (if required)
  • Accessible bathrooms with grab bars

Service dogs are welcome and if you need assistance getting through the hotel, the Hilton can arrange this for you. If you would like to request an accessible room please call Holiday Extras before booking.

Restaurants:

The Garden restaurant - serves a buffet-style dinner with over 100 dishes including a carvery and vegetarian options. You can add the 3-course dinner buffet to your booking on the next page for £25 per person.

Open 6pm - 10.30pm

Amy’s restaurant - serves beautifully-prepared meat and fish dishes. A main here will cost £25 on average. Vegetarian options are available and for any queries regarding ingredients the hotel team will be happy to help.

Open 6pm - 10.45pm

Bars:

Charlie Fry’s sports bar - serves light meals as well as beers, wine, spirits and soft drinks. The bar shows live sports in a pub environment. A bottle of beer costs £4.60 on average and most main meals come in around £15.

Open 5pm - 11pm

Amy’s bar - serves hot drinks, light lunches, a selection of afternoon teas and cocktails. We recommend a mojito or a pina colada which will be around £10.

Open 8am - 2am during the week and 11am - 2am on weekends.

Breakfast:

It’s an English and continental buffet served in the Garden restaurant where you can eat as much as you like. You can save £4.95 per person when you book breakfast through us and one child under 10 eats for free with every paying adult.

Served 5.30am - 10.30am during the week and 5.30am - 11am on weekends.

Alternatively there’s a Costa at the hotel - grab a quick drink and pastry before you go (it's quicker to get a coffee here than the terminal).

Things to do:

The hotel has a free small gym.

Hints, tips and extra bits:

  • Quad and triple rooms can’t have a cot in them and you can't provide your own. If you need a cot, you should book an Interconnecting family room for five people to make sure there's enough space, otherwise you'll be charged £60 when you arrive to be upgraded to a five-person room.
  • To save waiting at the terminal for hours, we'd recommend dropping your bags at the check-in desk at the terminal, then heading back to the hotel for breakfast.
  • Airport trolleys are parked in the walkway just outside the hotel, so grab one when you leave. Don’t forget, you’ll need a £1 coin!

Hilton address

South Terminal,
Eastway,
London Gatwick Airport,
Crawley,
RH6 0LL

Hilton Additional Information

Star rating
AddressSouth Terminal,
Eastway,
London Gatwick Airport,
Crawley,
RH6 0LL
Disabled facilitiesThis hotel offers superb disabled facilities including lifts to accommodate wheelchairs.
Internet
Wi-Fi
Restaurant
Room service
All rooms non-smoking
En-suite bathroom
Trouser press
Kettle
Phone in room
TV
Satellite TV

Hilton room-only procedures

On the day of your stay:

Head to the South Terminal where you will find the hotel - your confirmation will include directions and a postcode for satnavs if you need them.

The Hilton does not have its own car park. If you’d like overnight parking with your stay, we recommend searching for one of our Hilton with parking packages.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

There’s an exclusive indoor walkway from the hotel to the South Terminal - it’s a 3-minute walk.

To get to the North Terminal, use the walkway to the South Terminal and follow signs to the free monorail. It runs every 3 minutes and takes 2 minutes to get to the North Terminal.

Hilton with parking at Long Stay South

On the day of your stay:

Drive to the south terminal where you will find the hotel - your confirmation will include directions and a postcode for satnavs.

The Hilton does not have its own car park. If you’d like overnight parking with your stay, we recommend searching for one of our Hilton with parking packages.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

There’s a corridor from the hotel to the south terminal - it’s a 3-minute walk.

To get to the north terminal, use the corridor to the south terminal and follow signs to the free monorail. It runs every 3 minutes and takes 2 minutes to get to the north terminal.

Hilton with parking at Long Stay North

We'd recommend you drop your passengers and luggage off at the hotel first and pick up a car park voucher. Then drive your car to the Long Stay North car park where it will stay while you're gone. After you've parked, hop on the free transfer bus back to the hotel, which takes just 5 minutes and is included in the price.

If you're flying from the North terminal in the morning, just jump on the free monorail which runs every 3 minutes, 24-hours a day and only takes 2 minutes. But if you're flying from the South terminal it's just as easy - it's a five-minute walk under a covered walkway.

After your holiday, jump back on the transfer bus to the Long Stay North to collect your car. Transfer buses leave from both the North and South terminal and are included in the price.

Hilton with parking at Long Stay North

We'd recommend you drop your passengers and luggage off at the hotel first and pick up a car park voucher. Then drive your car to the Long Stay North car park where it will stay while you're gone. After you've parked, catch the free transfer bus back to the hotel, which takes 5 minutes and is included in the price.

In the morning, it's just a five-minute walk under a covered walkway to check-in at the South terminal. If you're flying from the North terminal, hop on the free 24-hour monorail which runs every 3 minutes and takes just 2 minutes.

After your holiday, jump back on the transfer bus to the Long Stay North to collect your car. Transfer buses leave from both the North and South terminal and are included in the price.

Hilton with parking at Summer Special

On the day of your stay:

Drive to the south terminal where you will find the hotel - your confirmation will include directions and a postcode for satnavs.

The Hilton does not have its own car park. If you’d like overnight parking with your stay, we recommend searching for one of our Hilton with parking packages.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

There’s a corridor from the hotel to the south terminal - it’s a 3-minute walk.

To get to the north terminal, use the corridor to the south terminal and follow signs to the free monorail. It runs every 3 minutes and takes 2 minutes to get to the north terminal.

Hilton with parking at Summer Special

When you're ready to fly, hop on the transfer bus to the terminal. It takes just 5 minutes, runs 24 hours and is included in the price.

Hilton with Purple Parking

On the day of your stay:

Head to the South Terminal where you will find the hotel - your confirmation will include directions and a postcode for satnavs if you need them.

The Hilton does not have its own car park. If you’d like overnight parking with your stay, we recommend searching for one of our Hilton with parking packages.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

There’s an exclusive indoor walkway from the hotel to the South Terminal - it’s a 3-minute walk.

To get to the North Terminal, use the walkway to the South Terminal and follow signs to the free monorail. It runs every 3 minutes and takes 2 minutes to get to the North Terminal.

Hilton with Meet & Greet parking

On the day of your stay:

  • Drive to the South Terminal where you will find the Hilton hotel - your confirmation email will include driving directions and a postcode for satnavs.
  • Leave your keys with your driver and they'll move your car to a secured car park close to the hotel for the whole of your holiday.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

There’s an exclusive indoor sky link from the hotel to the South Terminal - it’s a 3-minute walk.

To get to the North Terminal, use the corridor to the South Terminal and follow signs to the free monorail. It runs every 3 minutes and takes 2 minutes.

Coming home:

Collect your luggage and call the car park on the number given on your booking confirmation. Your driver will arrange a place to meet outside the terminal.

Hilton with Maple Manor Meet & Greet

On the day of your stay:

  • Give the hotel a call when you are 20 minutes away from the airport.
  • Drive to the hotel, where you will meet the driver from Maple Manor Meet and Greet.
  • You’ll be given a ticket with instructions on what to do when you return - remember to keep this safe.
  • Your car will be parked for you whilst you are away in a secured site.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

There’s a corridor from the hotel to the South terminal - it’s a 3-minute walk.

To get to the North terminal, use the corridor to the South terminal and follow signs to the free monorail. It runs every 3 minutes and takes 2 minutes to get to the North terminal.

Coming home:

  • Once you have collected your luggage give Maple Manor a call. Their number will be on your email confirmation and on the card given to you on your arrival.
  • Meet the driver in the designated Approved Operator area, where your car will be waiting with the driver.
If you are due to return earlier than planned, give the car park a call to let them know.

Hilton with parking at Long Stay South

On the day of your stay:

Drive to the south terminal where you will find the hotel - your confirmation will include directions and a postcode for satnavs.

The Hilton does not have its own car park. If you’d like overnight parking with your stay, we recommend searching for one of our Hilton with parking packages.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

There’s a corridor from the hotel to the south terminal - it’s a 3-minute walk.

To get to the north terminal, use the corridor to the south terminal and follow signs to the free monorail. It runs every 3 minutes and takes 2 minutes to get to the north terminal.

Hilton with Purple Parking

On the day of your stay:

  • Drive to Purple Parking to drop off your car - full driving directions will be on your email booking confirmation.
  • Park in one of the arrival bays and hand over your keys at reception, where you'll be given instructions on what to do when you return.
  • There's CCTV and regular staff patrols.
  • Take the shuttle to the South Terminal. It runs every 20 minutes, takes 15 minutes and is included in the price.You'll be able to walk from the terminal to the Hilton through an indoor sky link.

Getting from the hotel to the airport:

The Hilton is connected to the South Terminal by an indoor sky link. To get to the North Terminal, use the indoor sky link, then follow signs to the free monorail. It runs every 3 minutes and takes 2 minutes.

Coming home:

Catch the shuttle back to Purple Parking. Full instructions will be on your email confirmation.

If you are due to return earlier than planned, give the car park a call to let them know.

  • Drive to Purple Parking to drop off your car - full driving directions will be on your email booking confirmation.
  • Park in one of the arrival bays and hand over your keys at reception, where you'll be given instructions on what to do when you return.
  • There's CCTV and regular staff patrols.
  • Take the shuttle to the Terminal to catch your flight. It runs every 20 minutes, takes 15 minutes and is [b]included in the price.

    On the day of your stay:

    On your return walk from the South Terminal to the hotel through a short skylink.

    Getting from the hotel to the carpark:

    Catch the shuttle back to Purple Parking from the South Terminal. Full instructions will be on your email confirmation.

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