Arora International Hotel

A Hotel in Crawley, West Sussex (Gatwick Airport)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Southgate Avenue
Crawley
West Sussex
England
RH10 6LW

Arora International Hotel, Crawley

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Set in 3 acres of landscaped grounds in the heart of Crawley, the Arora International Hotel Gatwick/Crawley is an exciting, contemporary deluxe hotel. This exceptional hotel features 432 superbly appointed bedrooms, conference centre and health club. The impressive atrium lobby offers superb facilities including the Palm Deli, Gallucci Restaurant and internet cafe.

Elsewhere guests can also enjoy a more traditional atmosphere in Morgans Pub. On-site parking is also available at an additional cost.

4 star rating

From: £32.50

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