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Europa Gatwick Hotel

Basic Data
City London
Location Balcombe Road ,Crawley,
RH10 7ZR, London Gatwick
Rooms 211


Beautifully designed, the Europa Gatwick Hotel London has a unique low rise, attractive architecture in hacienda style centered round a garden and a pool with colorful fishes. The Europa Gatwick Hotel London is located far from the madding crowd and is now one of the three star hotels in London. The hotel is just 10 minutes drive from Gatwick International Airport.

Accommodation at Europa Gatwick Hotel In London In UK
The rooms at the hotel include double and twin rooms, as well as suites and feature rooms, all of which are elegantly appointed to suit the needs of both leisure and business travelers and come with a wide range of facilities like:

  • Attached bathroom
  • Running hot & cold water
  • Bathtub
  • Hairdryer
  • Television
  • Direct dial multi line telephones
  • Climate control
  • Room service
  • Tea/coffee maker
  • Complementary newspapers
Dining at Hotel Europa Gatwick London
A relaxing bar and lounge and a comfortable restaurant at the Gatwick serves traditional British cuisine and excellent quality liquor and wines. The bar is the place to be in the late chilly evenings of England.

Business Facilities at Europa Gatwick Hotel in London
The business center cum workstation at the hotel is equipped with Internet access, fax, computers, etc.

Recreation at Europa Gatwick Hotel London
The Spindles Health Club is the perfect place to workout your muscles and pamper yourself with its indoor swimming pool, gymnasium and stylish poolside Juice Bar that serves juices and mocktails.

Other Facilities
  • Doctor on call
  • Safe deposit
  • Laundry and dry cleaning
  • Elevator
  • Concierge
  • Maid service
  • Luxury Car rental
  • Currency exchange
  • Valet parking
  • All major credit cards accepted

City Info
The Charing Cross is that district in London surrounding the Charing Cross railway station in Central London. The name of the place originates from the hamlet of Charing, where King Edward I established a cross as a memorial to his wife, Eleanor of Castile.