Stay close to top attractions near Gatwick, London

Radisson RED London Gatwick Airport is strategically positioned in the Lowfield Business Park, just a 10-minute bus journey from Gatwick Airport Terminals. During your stay with us, you will enjoy being well-connected to iconic cities including London and Brighton, as well as other nearby attractions if you have plenty of time before your flight.

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Box Hill

9.34 mi / 15.03 km from the hotel
Escape the city and discover the outstanding beauty of Box Hill. Located about 30 kilometers south-west of London, the National Trust site is an ideal destination for day-trippers looking to enjoy great walks and stunning views.

Denbies Wine Estate

9.6 mi / 15.45 km from the hotel
Situated in the Surrey Hills, Denbies Wine Estate is an award-winning, family-run business providing visitors with insights into wine production in the UK. Enjoy wine tasting, vineyard tours, and a selection of onsite shops and restaurants.

Gatwick Stream

2.53 mi / 4.07 km from the hotel
Gatwick Stream is a tributary of the River Mole in southern England. The stream borders the Riverside Garden Park and is a valuable wildlife corridor and popular for fishing.


6.77 mi / 10.9 km from the hotel
Head to Wakehurst – home to the UK’s largest conservation project - to discover the natural beauty of over 500 acres of the world’s plants, and explore the ornamental gardens, Elizabethan Mansion, Loder Valley Nature Reserve, and more!


22.37 mi / 36.01 km from the hotel
Vibrant, colorful, and creative, Brighton is a city that has it all. Located on the English coast and just a 30-minute train journey from Gatwick Airport, Brighton is a great destination for a laid-back beach visit or quirky and fun day trip from the capital.

Gatwick Aviation Museum

1.61 mi / 2.59 km from the hotel
This museum boasts a unique collection of British aircraft from the “Golden Age’’ of British aircraft manufacture. Discover the most innovative and advanced aircraft produced by British manufacturers from the end of WWII until the 1970s, including work from Avro, Hawker, and Gloster.