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Consisting of a North and South Terminal, London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom, and operates on a single-use runway. It is located about 45 kilometres from Central London, and there are several comfortable hotels to choose from in the surrounding area. If you only have a few hours to spare during your time in LGW, you’ll certainly have enough shopping, entertainment, and dining options to keep you busy until your flight. You could also unwind in one of the exclusive lounges, kick your feet back, and relax before you depart.
The majority of passengers flying to and from LGW will be visiting the City of London, and while this airport might not be close to the city, the Gatwick Express Train links the city directly to the airport in just half an hour. If you’re catching the train from city, which departs every 15 minutes, you’ll need to head to London Victoria Station. There are also several busses that serve travellers from London, as well as smaller towns and villages around the airport. If you’re planning on using your personal vehicle, LGW also offers long-stay parking.
Once you’ve passed through security, there are a number of shops to explore before you head to your gate. Enjoy duty free shopping in both terminals, and well-known brands such as Ray-Ban and Ted Baker London. The world-famous Harrods, located in both terminals, provides travellers with endless souvenirs, gifts, and British treats. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes at LGW for those who become peckish before their flight. Nando’s, Starbucks, and Pret A Manger are just a few of the many options available throughout the airport.
Are you wanting to escape the crowds and live a life of luxury? No1 Lounge is situated in North and South Terminal, offering spectacular views of the runway, complimentary food and beverages, as well as free high-speed Wi-Fi. Sparkling wines, spirits and craft beers are also served at no additional cost, perfect for the nervous flyer.
An overnight layover at LGW doesn’t have to be a nuisance, and with so many fantastic hotels surrounding this airport, it definitely shouldn’t be. You can look forward to your overnight stay, as hotels such as Hilton London Gatwick Airport, and Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport A23 Airport Way, boast vibrant interiors, a restaurant and bar, a conference room, and high-speed Wi-Fi. You might also want to book a room at the Holiday Inn Express London Gatwick-Crawley, which provides useful on-site facilities such as a business centre with computer stations, laundry facilities, as well as a 24-hour front desk.
There are a few hotels located within South Terminal, giving passengers easy access to a private room without even leaving the airport. BLOC Hotel appeals to the technologically advanced, as guests are able to adjust their room’s lighting and unlock the door with a smartphone or tablet. These comfortable rooms also provide fantastic views of the runway, and include amenities such as a LED TV, Egyptian cotton bedding, and a monsoon shower.