Book the Gatwick Premier Inn North
including 8 days parking
to the airport
Opposite the North terminal
Be among the first to stay at the Premier Inn - London Gatwick Airport - North Terminal, this hotel at busy Gatwick airport is brand new. Located directly opposite the North terminal, it has to be one of the best Gatwick airport hotels for convenience. A short stroll will see you at the North Terminal and a free, 3-minute monorail ride is all it takes to get to the South. All this and you'll still get everything you'd expect from a Premier Inn: comfy rooms, a great value restaurant and friendly staff, all for a fantastic price.
Park overnight at the hotel (costs £10) and drive to Purple Parking in the morning. To get to and from the car park you can use the shuttle bus which is included in the price.
Hotel location:Driving instructions and a postcode for satnavs will be on your email confirmation.
There are two Premier Inns very close together at Gatwick. The Premier Inn A23 is the one just back from London road and usually the second one you’ll come to, so make sure you have the right one.
Check-in: from 2pm. Check-out: by 12noon.
Car park location:Park overnight at the hotel for £10 per car.
On the morning of your flight drive to Purple Parking - shuttle buses run to both terminals every 20 minutes, take 15 minutes and are included in the price. They'll park for you whilst you get the shuttle to the airport. The car park has a height restriction of 2.1m and cannot accept minibuses, mobile homes, lorries, caravans, high-sided vehicles or trailers.
Wifi:There is free wifi throughout the hotel. It’s fairly slow, so we’d recommend paying £5 to upgrade if you need a faster connection.
Rooms:Bedrooms are spacious with large beds and blackout curtains. The Triple Room layout includes a double bed and a sofa bed. The Family Room layout includes a double bed and 2 sofa beds. Please note the child age limit is 15 and under. Rooms include:
- Free wifi (£5 for 24 hours for a faster connection)
- Tea and coffee
- Hair dryer
- En suite
Restaurants:The restaurant serves typical pub favourites like burgers, steaks and salads. Their portions are fairly large and an average main meal costs £12.
The restaurant also offers a kids’ menu with mains like pasta, pizza and burgers for £4 each. Or, get a main, a starter or dessert and a drink for £5.50.
Open from 17:00 to 22:00.
For any extra essentials, there’s a petrol station next to the hotel - it’s open 24 hours a day.
Breakfast:The hotel serves an English and continental buffet for £10.50 per person. If you prefer continental only, it’s £8.50 per person.
2 kids under 16 eat for free with each adult eating a full English breakfast. Served from 05:00 to 10:00 daily
Accessibility:- There are accessible parking spaces outside reception.
- Accessible rooms have handrails and grab bars. Bathrooms have a shower over the bath.
- If you would like to request an accessible room please call Holiday Extras before you book.
Premier Inn A23 with Purple Parking room-only procedures
On the day of your stay:
Drive to the Premier Inn A23 and park in the hotel’s car park overnight. Full driving directions will be on your confirmation and overnight parking costs £10.
Getting from the hotel to the airport:
Drive to Purple Parking - full details will be on your email confirmation.
Park in one of the arrivals bays and drop off your keys in reception.
You’ll be given a ticket which you need to keep this safe and your car will be parked for you while you board the shuttle bus to the terminal.
Buses run from Purple Parking every 20 minutes, take 10 minutes to get to the North Terminal and 15 minutes to get to the South and are included in the price.
Purple Parking will keep an eye on your car with CCTV and regular staff patrols while you’re away.
Catch the shuttle bus back to Purple Parking. It’s bus stop 6 or 7 at the North Terminal and bus stop 7 or 8 at the South Terminal. You’ll need to show the ticket you were given when you arrived to the bus driver as you board.
Collect your keys from reception and find your car.
Drive to the exit barrier and scan the barcode attached to your keys to leave.
If you are due to return earlier than planned, give the car park a call to let them know.
When we arrived the lift was out of order and we had to carry our heavy cases upstairs, which I understand can happen, but our stay didn't start well. The facilities were good, we had a drink in the bar area which was quite nice and the staff were pleasant and curtious. So off to bed for an early start to the airport in the morning. The room was ok, bit small but functional and the bed was a decent size and quite comfortable but every time we moved or turned, the bed would creak and squeak something awful, it was very annoying and kept us awake for quite some time. When we finally managed to drift off we were awaken by the occupants of the room above walking about in the early hours of the morning and it went on for a long while. The problem being they were wooden floors and you knew every move they made. This went on all through the night and totally ruined our sleep. When we went for breakfast in the morning we were asked if everything was ok by a member of staff, and I informed her of the problems that we experienced, she said she was sorry to hear this and could we provide some feedback to reception on checkout. When we went to checkout and provide feedback, she said it had been noted already and someone would be in contact by email but weâ€™ve heard nothingMr George (Premier Inn)
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Overall rating: 74%by 19 guests