HOOKWOOD LODGE GATWICK
Tudor Rose Airport Parking & Courtyard Marriott
By using Tudor Rose along side this hotel, you will eliminate extra charges from the hotel, having to find a parking space the evening you arrive and waiting around and queuing for a shuttle on your return!
Although the Courtyard Marriott is located on the South Terminal, it still requires a shuttle to get to and from both terminals. It will also require an extra charge on arrival for your overnight parking so it is hard to avoid the hidden extra costs. With this being said, the shuttle is a much more affordable option than the nights parking therefore we would recommend the following.
Tudor Rose will collect your vehicle from outside the Hotel entrance the eve that you stay, therefore avoiding the car park charge (this can be quite hefty). We will then bring your vehicle back to our highly secured and manned car park located 1.8 miles away from the hotel.
The morning you fly you will then hop on one of the hotels shuttle to take you directly the terminal entrance (these run fairly frequently and incur a fairly small fee per person)
On your return Tudor Rose will drop your vehicle back outside the entrance of your designated terminal giving you the freedom to go home with no waiting around.
Alternatively you can pay the car parking fee and drive to your terminal the morning you fly. We will then collect your vehicle from outside the terminal entrance and bring it back to our car park. This will save you having to get the shuttle that morning.
A bit about the Courtyard Marriott...
The Courtyard Marriot is a 4 star hotel located at Gatwick South terminal. Although this hotel is slightly extra in cost, it offers some amenities that others don't for example, luxury bedding. This hotel is the height of luxury for those wanting to spoil themselves this holiday. On-site car parking is available although this is known to be very costly. Tudor Rose can collect the vehicle on the night of arrival to save the extra parking charges!
Gatwick Hotel Parking 2012