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Visiting Crawley – A Guide

For many visitors, Crawley's big selling point is its location, minutes from Gatwick Airport (LGW) and less than an hour from London. It's home to thriving businesses, modern shopping and leisure centres, and natural beauty nearby in the rolling South Downs and the Surrey Hills.
 

Whether you’re visiting on business or stopping over, there’s plenty to keep you amused.
 

Crawley: town layout

Crawley's town centre is bounded by Crawley Avenue (A2011) and the M23 motorway. The main shopping area is between Station Way and The Boulevard.
 

To the east, Three Bridges and Worth are residential districts close to the M23. Manor Royal Business District, between the town and Gatwick Airport, is home to more than 300 businesses, including Virgin Atlantic.
 

West of the centre in Goff's Park you'll find Crawley Museum, woodland and a miniature railway.
 

The concierge recommends…

  • A round of golf at Tilgate Forest Golf Centre, which has a nine-hole par-three course and an 18-hole course in pretty wooded countryside.
  • A free guided tour of Wakehurst Place, a grand Elizabethan mansion surrounded by formal gardens.
  • A trip to 13th-century Hever Castle, once home to Anne Boleyn, one of the less fortunate of Henry VIII’s six wives.

Hotels in Crawley

Most hotels in Crawley are close to the two main highways that loop round the town centre, the A2011 and the M23 motorway. Travellers seeking easy access to Gatwick Airport and the Manor Royal Business District often stay here, on the outskirts of town.
 

Three Bridges and Worth are peaceful residential districts. Close to the M23, they also have fast links to Gatwick, via Three Bridges train station.
 

If catching that early flight is paramount, you can stay right beside the airport. You’ll still have easy access to the restaurants and entertainment in the town centre.
 

Eating Out in Crawley

International eateries and cosy pubs dominate Crawley's dining scene. You'll find Italian, Mexican, Indian, Chinese and Thai restaurants in the town centre. Takeaway joints offer kebabs, pizza and fish and chips.
 

At The Hawth theatre, you can enjoy a pre-show dinner at Café Viva and an interval drink at one of two bars.
 

The chef recommends…

Shopping in Crawley

Crawley's main shopping area is close to the station, between Station Way and The Boulevard. You'll find more than 90 shops, including Debenhams, Boots, Primark, Body Shop and Monsoon, at County Mall Shopping Centre on Station Way. You can pick up fresh local produce at the open-air market in Queens Square, held every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
 

Antique hunters can rummage for bargains in the traffic-free Lanes in buzzy Brighton, only 30 minutes away by train.
 

Antique Shopping in Brighton

Culture & Nightlife in Crawley

Crawley's cultural scene has plenty to please visitors. In the city centre, The Hawth hosts ballet, opera, musicals and live rock and jazz. Its Studio theatre shows arthouse films, as well as drama and opera transmitted live from London's National Theatre and Royal Opera House.
 

For a bigger choice, hop on a train to buzzing Brighton, half an hour away.
 

Clubbing in Crawley

  • Six Degrees attracts hip young locals with a cocktail bar where mixologists can create your own custom-made 'personalised cocktail', as well as a plush champagne and shisha bar.
  • Moka Crawley has space for 1200 in its lofty Moka dance space and the laid-back Vista Lounge.

Visiting Crawley with a Family

Families visiting Crawley will find lots to see and do. Kids can meet cute meerkats and other creatures at Tilgate Park and Leisure Centre, or whizz down treetop ziplines at Go Ape.
 

There’s more family fun at Goff’s Park, where you can ride miniature trains on the 700-metre Goff's Park Light Railway.
 

If it Rains: Indoor Family Fun in Crawley

  • K2 Leisure Centre has a climbing wall, a play zone and drop-in pool sessions for tots, plus two slides and an Olympic-sized pool.
  • Crawley Leisure Park has a 10-pin bowling alley, a multi-screen cinema and restaurants with family-friendly menus.
  • Over-eights, teens and parents can test their driving skills on the multi-level indoor circuits at Go Karting Crawley.

Latest Crawley Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Crawley Hotel
(4.3 / 5) of 37364 reviews
good room,nice staff
By daveyboy59
good room,breakfast and staff . plenty to do within 30 min drive.try leeds castle then come back for swim or drink or just chill, good hotel. [Less]
staff
By wonnie
Hi All. Thank you for a lovely stay at Holiday Inn Maidstone. Overall we had a good stay. All the staff were great and always helpfull. There was one young Lad in paricular that worked in the dining [More] room in th mornings. I think he was called Tom but not 100% sure. He was always polite and gave us tim to say Good mroning, is there anything else I can do for you, even sorted out our train times for us. In all the whole staff were great. The Reception staff were very helpfull and when we asked if we could stay another night they said they had another toom and even moved our bags for us as we both have bad backs. They even changed our room from being up three flights of stairs to near the bottom. All in all. A great Hotel. [Less]
Ex stay as always
By agf360
Another fantastic stay. It seems whenever,we stay all the staff on duty are always very helpful. Some rooms could do with a bit of refurbishment but, overall an ex Holiday Inn. [Less]
Home away from home
By Morgaine63
The check in and out were quick and easy. The reception area was relaxed and welcoming. We were part of a wedding party and we had a great deal on the room overnight and the breakfast next day. As a [More] wedding venue, it was beautifully decorated, and the staff had taken great pains to ensure everything went smoothly, which it did. Everything worked in the room! The bed was really comfortable, as were the pillows. I had an excellent night's sleep. The blackout curtains made the room dark enough for me to sleep well too. Everywhere was clean, the public areas, toilets, and our room. The staff were all excellent, nothing was too much trouble for them, even at the end of the evening they were still cheerful and helpful! I felt I really mattered as a guest, because of the attitude of all the staff I came across. To me, the staff are the essence of any organisation, and are the most important part of my stay in any hotel. After all, you can request a change of room, extra towels, more pillows, ect but you can't summon up staff who are willing to go the extra mile for you. [Less]
Very welcoming and comfortable hotel in convenient location
By IanS1946
I so remember this place back in the 60's. Danced to Kenny Ball; Ken Colyer and Graham Bond Organisation when the car park was full of Vespas/Lambrettas plus my Mk1 Ford Consul. My sister had her [More] wedding reception there and it was a friendly and charming hotel back then and it remains so today. The only disparaging comment I can make about my stay was having to pay to park. Guests really shouldn't have to do this. [Less]
good location
By wendyh250
good hotel with comfortable rooms and attentive service, good value for money stay and tasty breakfast [Less]
Great service and comfortable bed
By Jenks35
Our overall visit to this hotel was good and I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again. [Less]
Il Divo
By EandE
The staff was always friendly and helpful. The room was quiet and comfy. The carpet, as I mentioned, was on the dangerous "side" if you didn't pick up your feet. [Less]
Brilliant hotel. Brilliant staff.
By davecl4rk
I took my wife here for her birthday and am so glad i did. We felt welcome as soon as we walked through the door. The room was huge, we stayed in an executive King room and has amazing views on the [More] pier and sea. Overall a great experience and I can say by far the best hotel and holiday inn service I have ever had. Many thanks, we will be back. [Less]

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