To help you find a hotel near Gatwick airport we have created this easy to use map with hotels listed. Gatwick is the busiest single runway airport in the world, seeing approximately 35 million travellers a year pass through the terminals. Located 39km south of London city centre, it offers easy access to the city. Most Gatwick hotels around the airport offer shuttle services to and from the terminals.
The quickest way to get between Gatwick and London is a 30 minute trip on the non-stop train service, the Gatwick Express, which runs from the south terminal to London Victoria. Travellers at north terminal can use the transit train to get to south terminal. A one way trip on Gatwick Express will cost £16.90 (a return is £28.80). You can buy your ticket on board the train.
London Gatwick Airport LGW, located 5 km north of the of Crawley, and 46 km south of Central London. Gatwick airport is London's second largest international airport after Heathrow. It is world's busiest single-use runway and is Europe's leading airport for point-to-point flights. In 2008, Gatwick airport ranked as the world's 28th-busiest airport by passenger numbers, and the 9th busiest for international passengers. Charter airlines tend to use Gatwick as a base for London and the South East rather than Heathrow. Gatwick airport is a base for scheduled operators Aer Lingus, British Airways (BA), EasyJet, Flybe and Virgin Atlantic, and charter airlines including Monarch Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways.