The Sofitel Gatwick is the only hotel connected to the North terminal of Gatwick Airport, and is ideal for a luxurious stay. Book your room and save now.
If you are looking for one of our Gatwick Airport hotels that is just a stones throw from the departures hall, then look no further than the Gatwick Sofitel. The 4-star hotel is the only hotel connected to the North terminal of the airport, so you can rest easy without the stress of a transfer on the day of your flight. Parking is easy, with several options available to suit your needs.
The super-stylish Sofitel Gatwick isnt just convenient its luxurious, too. The rooms are gorgeously fitted with comfortable and contemporary styling, and theres air conditioning and triple glazing to make sure that you enjoy a cool and uninterrupted nights sleep. Spend the afternoon at the fitness centre, and then the evening at one of the three restaurants or one of the two bars; all on-site and ideal for a calm dinner and drinks as you prepare for your holiday.
The Sofitel Gatwick is brilliantly convenient if you would rather not have to get a transfer to the airport on the morning of your flight. The luxurious hotel is built around a grand central atrium that houses many of the bars and restaurants, so theres a real convivial feel as soon as you walk in the door.
The choice of restaurants and bars is superb, with three different places to eat and two bars, as you enjoy the first day of your holiday. La Brasserie is the place for a sophisticated dinner, whilst the relaxed Le Café serves up mouthwatering light snacks and lunches. At the other end of the lobby, the prestigious Gatwick Oriental offers exceptional Asian cuisine.
If youre feeling as though you need to get your holiday off to a healthy start, then you are certain to be a fan of the on-site fitness centre, featuring cardio and resistance fitness equipment. Meanwhile, the impressive rooms are every hotel guests dream with a television, internet access and en-suite bathroom, youre guaranteed to remember your stay at the Gatwick Sofitel long after youve caught you flight abroad.
You can check in to the hotel from 2pm and youll need to make sure youre checked out by noon the next day.
There are several parking options at the Gatwick Sofitel. You can arrange to leave your car in the hotel car park while youre away, and the staff will move it to another car park if the one at the hotel becomes too busy. Alternatively, you could purchase a package with Maple Manors Meet and Greet service, they will take your car when you arrive at the hotel and store it in a secured car park off-site, then return it back to you when you arrive at the terminal from your return flight. If neither of these options are ideal for you, then you can always leave your vehicle at the Gatwick Long Stay car park. Its easy to find and includes a free shuttle bus to the hotel site afterwards.
No matter which parking package youve bought, your arrival at the hotel will be quick and easy. If youve arranged to leave your car at the hotel, simply find a space and hand your keys in to the hotel reception when you check in. The Maple Manor Meet and Greet service will meet you outside the hotel, and the Long Stay car park is only a short shuttle bus journey from the airport. Drop your car off at the car park first, then catch the bus to either the North or South terminal. If you go to the South terminal, you can take the free monorail to the North terminal, where youll find the Gatwick Sofitel.
The Sofitel Gatwick is conveniently positioned at the heart of the Gatwick airport site, so theres no need to catch any transfers or taxis to the departures hall. From the hotel, walk to the North terminal in five minutes or catch the free monorail to the South terminal.
Speak to the hotel when you arrange your parking, or with Maple Manor if youre purchasing their Meet and Greet package, to arrange extra days. Each day will be charged at the daily parking rate.
La Brasserie restaurant
The La Brasserie restaurant is great for a sophisticated dinner, and serves an array of delicious breakfast dishes from 5.30am until 10.30am. Start the day with all the elements of both an English and Continental breakfast - from poached eggs and French toast, to fruit, yoghurt, waffles and more. Catch up on the latest news with free newspapers and enjoy a smooth coffee.
Also serving dinner is the Gatwick Oriental, offering incredible Asian food with a classy and contemporary edge. For dinner, there are a host of dishes from across Asia, including fresh crabs, spring rolls, duck, and sweet and sour flavors.
the informal Le Café is ideal if you are feeling peckish during the day, then Le Café can supply you with a delicious light bite to fill the gap. Robust sandwiches, pizzas, beef bourguignon, and various other mouthwatering dishes inspired by European countries near and far.
After dinner, why not head to one of the two bars on site. The glamorous Kua Bar enjoys a unique balcony setting and is the perfect place to relax over a cocktail, drink or snack. Alternatively, La Terrasse is a Parisian street-style bar that serves refreshments and light snacks all day. Overlooking the amazing atrium at the heart of the hotel, it also serves a light breakfast.
The Gatwick Sofitel is unbelievably easy to find, given its central location. Its connected to the North terminal and can be easily reached from the South terminal by the free 24-hour monorail. The walkway to the hotel is under cover, so youll get to the reception with all of your luggage dry and intact come rain or shine.
Arriving by train is simple. The Gatwick rail station connects to Central London in under an hour, and its easiest to get off at this station to make your way to the hotel. When you arrive, youll be at the South terminal, so just take the monorail to the North terminal and walk for five minutes to the hotel entrance. It really is that easy!
The 518 rooms at the Gatwick Sofitel are fully kitted-out to give you a restful and quiet nights sleep essential before any long flight. The beds are soft and comfortable, whilst the neutral shades of the décor create a calm environment that youre sure to love. The rooms look out over either the runway or the vast atrium at the heart of the hotel, in which many of the restaurants and bars are housed. Don't worry about any noise, though the triple glazing makes sure that you won't be woken up by any soaring jet engines or clinking cutlery. There is also air conditioning, so you will stay cool and comfortable throughout the night.
Each of the rooms at the Sofitel Gatwick is en-suite and comes with a safe, TV, fridge, internet access, telephone, radio, trouser press and facilities to make tea or coffee. The high-spec bathrooms include a bath with shower.
There are several different room types at the hotel, with family suites and smaller family rooms available, alongside standard and superior rooms. The family suites feature interconnecting rooms that allow you to have some private space while the kids get their own room next door, whilst the small family rooms include a double bed and either an extra double or single bed for other family members.