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Cheapest month to stay with an average 69% drop in price.
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Best Gatwick hotels

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Travelodge Gatwick Airport Central - Gatwick - Lounge
Free Wi-Fi
Bloc Hotel London Gatwick Airport - Gatwick - Bedroom
Free Wi-Fi
Sofitel London Gatwick - Gatwick - Building
Sofitel London Gatwick - Gatwick - Building
Sofitel London Gatwick
8.4 Excellent
Airport shuttle
Free Wi-Fi
Alexander House And Utopia Spa - Crawley - Pool
Alexander House And Utopia Spa - Crawley - Pool
Free Wi-Fi
Stanhill Court Hotel - Horley - Building
Stanhill Court Hotel - Horley - Building
Stanhill Court Hotel
8.7 Excellent
Free Wi-Fi

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Top tips for finding Gatwick hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Gatwick, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Gatwick in February and January.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Gatwick if you stay on a Sunday. The opposite is true for, Friday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Gatwick found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $92, while the most expensive was $420.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Gatwick for 1 day.
  • Looking for accommodation in Gatwick that puts you close to the local nightlife scene? If so, Hookwood Lodge is a great hotel to consider. Some of the bars and clubs near it include Black Horse and Ye Olde Six Bells. There are also plenty of amenities available at the hotel like a business center.
  • For hotels in Gatwick that offer quick connections to London proper, check out Hampton by Hilton London Gatwick Airport. It is located adjacent to Gatwick North Terminal Station, which connects to Victoria Station in downtown London.
  • Is a swimming pool firmly on your list of required hotel amenities? A good hotel for you is Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa. There guests can enjoy a wide range of amenities like spa facilities that include a sauna and a steam room. The indoor swimming pool is also paired with a hot tub and there are tennis courts at the hotel.
  • Travelers looking for cheap hotels in Gatwick should keep the area just north of the airport in mind. There are many cheap hotels located there like Holiday Inn London - Gatwick Airport, which includes amenities such as a restaurant and a bar and lounge.
  • Holiday Inn Express London Gatwick - Crawley is a great hotel for people who want to be close to local restaurants and diners. Some of the restaurants located near the hotel include Taormina Restaurant and The Hawth Park Inn Harvester. The hotel also features a swimming pool along with a restaurant and bar.

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The Maple Manor Hotel8.3/10 ratingout of 12 reviews · $65 avg price/ night
PROS: The people working at the inn were absolutely lovely. They went out of their way to make me comfortable and give me anything I needed for my visit. The room was well decorated and the bed quite comfortable. The breakfast (included) and dinner were delicious.CONS: The only thing I would suggest is using Uber over the suggested taxi company, as of the two taxis I took from the hotel (that the innkeeper called for me), neither took credit card. They should have, but both insisted on cash. This was not the innkeeper's fault, but if you prefer to use credit card, go with Uber, just in case.
(Anonymous, 4 Jan. 2020)