Gatwick Airport Sofitel Hotel Valet Parking

The Gatwick Sofitel Airport Hotel now offers a new car valet parking service with stays at their hotel.

Packages at the Gatwick Sofitel include 8 to 15 days airport parking with the Maple Manor Meet and Greet Service. Once you arrive at the Gatwick Sofitel airport hotel, your car will be driven to a secured compound for you, leaving you to your night's rest and holiday.

On your return to the Gatwick Airport Terminal you will be met with your car for you to drive home.

Book the Gatwick Sofitel valet parking package with Airparks today;

A stay at the Gatwick Sofitel, plus 8 days parking from just £140.00

A stay at the Gatwick Sofitel, plus 15 days parking from just £166.00

Published by: Barry Holloway
Date Published: 11 May 2006

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