The Copthorne Gatwick hotel is ideally located, just minutes from Gatwick International Airport and the M23 motorway with easy access to the many attractions in the local area such as Wakehurst Place, Brighton Sea Life Centre, Leonarslee Gardens, Nymans Gardens and Lingfield Park Race Course.
of TripAdvisor Travelers recommend this hotel
"Park and stay"
Just returned from our park and stay at the Copthorne following our trip abroad. We parked first and stayed on our return and found this a lovely hotel to stay. Parking was hassle free and taxi to the airport was £9 each way. Rooms were excellent and food was great. Would definitely recommend and we will return
"Another comfortable stay"
Our 2nd visit to this well established Hotel. You are welcomed with a smile and very efficiently managed to your room. Your room is absolutely wonderful and service is second to none. A great nights rest in readiness for our long day travelling. Thanks again.
"Pre holiday stay"
We enjoyed a tremendous stay at the hotel. It's a beautiful building with excellent facilities, the staff are friendly and more than helpful. Cleanliness is impeccable. Our stay at the Copthorne started our holiday off well. Would we stay here again !!!!!!! Most definitely.
"Overnight 16th February"
Just a quick overnight stop enroute to Gatwick airport, combined with one weeks car parking.We have used this particular hotel on numeros previous occasions and all without any problems. It suits our need, although we chose to eat elsewhere this time as we found the food basic, bland and "expensive for what it is" That said its easy and its on site. Room basic and functional as you are only there to sleep. The hotel provides a shuttle bus service to both terminals for a cost of £4.50 er head or a taxi for the same price. We are likely to use this hotel again as is convenient for the airport
"Disappointed... a bit gutted... Health and safety hazard..."
The exterior is drab and unwelcoming. That was the first impression and truly set the tone for the experience of the day. To be fair, it was a wet, grey day and the car park was nearly full at half past eight in the morning. Thar probably did not help. But everything seemed to go downhill from there. Went here for a meeting. The redeeming feature was that facilities at the meeting itself were about okay. Good coffee, tea, biscuits and water. The organisers of the meeting promised haute cuisine at lunchtime. I wish they hadn't. Because lunchtime was a big let down. Everything in the hot selection had been made in buttermilk or contained cheese. No hope then for the vegan but to stick to the beetroot, picked gherkins, tomatoes and leaves from the salad bar. I had consulted the chef who suggested I stay clear of the potatoes and all other treats too! No other options were offered despite being made aware of the dietary limitations. Disappointed after all that build up, a bit gutted... Something else needs to be said. The toilets need serious attention from the management. Obviously it is a a low priority area at the Copthorne Gatwick. The door of the disabled toilet was swinging from its top hinges and was at risk of falling on some unsuspecting wheelchair user. This is a health and safety hazard needing immediate attention. The sliding bolts on the gent's toilets were wobbly and did not inspire confidence at one's very vulnerable moments.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM