Hotels in Croydon

Aerodrome Hotel
Purley Way

CR9 4LT | View map

Write a review | read reviews
update this listing
Book Now

More Information

Excellent location for Croydon and Central London. Ideal for both business and leisure travellers. The Aerodrome Classic Hotel is an exciting part of British aviation history dating from the 1920'S. Very convenient for London Gatwick Airport and easily accessible from the m25/m23 motorways and London Heathrow Airport. With focus very much on customer care, it has a comfortable, relaxed feel. Flexible Conference and Meeting Rooms available. Complimentary pass to a well-equipped Health Club very close by. This premier hotel near Croydon city centre is located on the A23 close to the M25 and M23 motorways, with quick, easy access to central London by road or rail.

The Aerodrome was originally built to serve the elite passengers of Croydon Airport and a huge refurbishment programme, including an additional floor and executive wing, has transformed it into Croydon's premier hotel. Guests have a choice of 2 fine restaurants: Rayon d'Or or Courtyard Restaurant, each with their own bar area.

Central London is just 12 minutes by train, with mid-week courtesy transfers to and from Croydon station. With Croydon on its doorstep, the Aerodrome Hotel is close to excellent shopping, an array of restaurants, cafes and bars, and lively nightlife. London's West End and the attractions of the capital are just a short train journey away.


Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 84
Number Ensuite: 84
Nearest Airport: Croydon
For an instant Currency convertor Click here

Travel Help

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Book a Taxi


Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV

This page viewed on 12,375 occasions since Oct 16th 2005

Brit Quote:
I would like to take you seriously, but to do so would be an affront to your intelligence - George Bernard Shaw
More Quotes

On this day:
First Met Officer Killed on Duty - 1830, Queen Victoria crowned - 1838, Signing of the Treaty of Versailles - 1919
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages