Crowne Plaza London-Gatwick Airport
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Ideal for travellers from all walks of life, Crowne Plaza London-Gatwick Airport embodies convenience. Near Gatwick Airport and on the outskirts of London, guests of the hotel find themselves poised on the threshold to numerous historic and business destinations.
Rooms come equipped with climate control, coffee/tea facilities, hair dryer, satellite LCD television, Wi-Fi (surcharge), blackout drapes and refrigerator.
Ideal for business travellers, the hotel offers a business centre, conference/boardroom facilities, fully equipped gym, indoor pool, tea and coffee in the lobby and bellhop service.
Diners eat in at Crowne Plaza London-Gatwick Airport. Cube Restaurant offers British and world food. Guests can also relax with coffee or cocktails at Cube Lounge.
Visitors looking for distractions can take a 15 minute stroll into Crawley for dinner or drinks, absorb some nature at Crawley Gardens (one mile away) or catch a train at Three Bridges Station (two miles away).
NameCrowne Plaza London-Gatwick Airport
AddressLangley Drive, RH11 7SX, Crawley United Kingdom | 0.9 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +44(1293)608608 | Fax:+44(1293)515913 | Official Homepage
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