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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


Professional and clean
By Rhotel2
Lovely hotel in great location, smart, clean facilities. Staff are extremely professional and helpful. [Less]
Great Service
By Cesca
Excellent service from attentive staff. Would recommend it for London stays [Less]
What a year to remember - in a great hotel
By Mr L
I have been staying at the O2IC for a year or so, 1 night a week on average. Over the holiday break we took 4 days off and just indulged in the opulence of the Intercontinental O2. The staff, the [More] lounge, the Spa, .... Perfect. However it must be noted that the pool was way too busy, and given the hotel suggests children 'hours' were not abided by or [sorry] enforced. which spoilt our experience. Simple be clear be consistent and be fair - and all is well The crowning glory, apart from all the staff in the Club lounge [especially Laura] - all of them just so helpful was the spectacular exhibition of fireworks at midnight. All over the city. In the distance Westminster, locally Greenwich and all over. What a superb way to close out and restart a year. The Intercontinental O2 is THE best hotel in our experience in London. [Less]
Excellent example of a high quality Express hotel
By MDGF
Lovely friendly staff operating a very professional service. Hotel is quiet and clean, what more could you ask for? [Less]
Decent Stay
By Nilesh
Stayed at this hotel for 3 nights on a Business Trip. Chose this place as it's pretty close to Canary Wharf Decent stay option, rooms are good, room amenities include only a coffee maker and [More] TV. No locker or safe, No microwave, no refrigerator! Front desk staff is cooperative, fast check-in and checkout process. Decent Wi-Fi as well. There's a bar / lounger on the 1st floor near reception area. Holiday Inn Express serves only breakfast which is OK. No room service! Interesting is - room size, amenities and entire layout is a replica of what I've seen in HIE Dublin (Ireland). Standardisation practise is followed which is impressive. Getting to the Hotel from Heathrow: - Head to the Piccadilly Train Line (Underground) from the Airport - Board the train and get down at Holborn - Change to Central Line and get down at Bank Station - Change to DLR and get down at Limehouse - 3 minutes walk to the hotel from the station - Total cost £6 This hotel is approx. 1 hour 15 minutes away from the Heathrow Airport (by Train) Overall, decent stay option. [Less]
Limehouse O2 trip
By JoeyG
Clean hotel, friendly staff! A great place to stay, location good for getting around London. [Less]
Very Good Hotel
By John66
Excellent greeting on arrival, room clean and tidy , easy walk to new university. Dinner overpriced, try somewhere else before arrival. 24hr tesco next door Will definitely use again [Less]
Good service
By Tagus
Not as good as other Holiday In hotels we have stayed in, but will use again in the future. [Less]
Visit to relatives
By adiboy
As I have previously stated, we feel that the internal décor is becoming a little dated. We booked our accommodation on line.. An error occurred in the process resulting in the booking being made [More] for one person instead of two. When we contacted the group by telephone, we found that the booking had been made through your central booking service rather than the individual hotel as appeared to be advised on line. It appeared that the computer system was down when we phoned to make the correction and, eventually, we were put through to the specific hotel and the individual who eventually answered was not helpful/interested (although when we related this sequence to the desk staff on arrival, they showed genuine concern and apologised) The phone call cost £3.00. [Less]

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