The London Gatwick Ramada Crawley Hotel is reviewed for Holiday Extras by Kate Jarvis.http://www.holidayextras.co...
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Here in the heart of Crawley town centre is where you'll find the Ramada Crawley Hotel, previously known as The George.
And being right in the middle of town means it's fantastic to get to via road and public transport.
Once one of England's most successful coaching inns, this celebrated building has a rich history that dates back to the 17th Century; including connections with royalty, bare-knuckle prize fighting, smuggling and even public hangings.
And heading inside you'll find a load of period features that hark back to times of old and just give your hotel stay a touch of history.
So you'll be staying in one of 84 rooms. They're all completely different in size and decor, which is quite nice, means there's something for everyone.
And obviously after a great night's sleep, you'll be wanting some breakfast.
There's a large breakfast room at the hotel, although it is in a separate building, but it's only a few steps away and you'll be impressed with what the buffet has on offer.
Now the hotel doesn't actually have its own bars and restaurants, but that does mean that you've got the length of the entire high street to choose from.
There's local Chinese restaurants, local Italians. The Giggling Squid is a local Thai restaurant that the hotel particularly recommends, and there are numerous bars to enjoy as well.
So if you fancy visiting Crawley's most celebrated building in the heart of the town, then raise a glass to the Ramada Crawley Hotel near Gatwick. That's exactly what I plan to do.