Melville Hotel

38/39 Argyle Square, Kings Cross, London, WC1H 8AL, United Kingdom
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Getting to London Gatwick Airport

by kenningst

Hi guys,

I am cathing a international flight out from Gatwick Airport (North Terminal)at 6.30am and thus need to get to the airport around 4.30am. What is the best way to get to the airport?

So far the best way I found was to catch a National Express Coach bus from London Victoria but the bus only gets to Gatwick Airport and not the Gatwick Airport (North Terminal). Is it easy to get to the North Terminal from where the bus stop? Has anyone taken this route and are able to share some info?


Re: Getting to London Gatwick Airport

by johngayton

Yes you should have no problems getting to the North Terminal from where the bus stops. If I remember correctly the bus will drop you off at the South Terminal. It'll take about 5 minutes to get to the terminal transit. At that time in the morning the transit runs every 6 minutes and only takes about 2 minutes. I assume you are getting the 3.30 am bus from Victoria?

You will need to check in immediately and go through security as soon as you've done so as there will be quite a few early flights.

Personally, if I'm flying out early from Gatwick I arrive on the last train and just crash at the airport for a couple of hours.

Re: Getting to London Gatwick Airport

by cubsur

There are trains from London Victoria at 330am arriving 0405am and at 400am arriving at 445am, every day of the week. The railway station at Gatwick Airport is adjacent to the South Terminal. The internal airport transit, as mentioned above, will take you across to the north terminal.

Re: Getting to London Gatwick Airport

by leics will give you train times and fares.

Airport maps here:

The shuttle is an unmanned train which departs every 6 minutes or less, journey takes two minutes.

It's good advice to go through security straight after you have checked in......queues can be long.

Travel Tips for London

According to the history of...

by l_joo

According to the history of London, it was the year 55bc after the invasion by Julius Caesar's Roman army, they landed in Kent, later reached the broad river Thames of now Saouthwark. That time of London has only a few tribesmen living on the opposite bank of the river without any major settlement. The Roman attack again 88 years later and build their administration headquarters on the North bank called Londinium, the old Celtic name of today's London. Now in year 2002, what you do is to visit Arsenal, Highbury. I was in the underground and heading nowhere, at last decided to visit Arsenal Stadium, no regrets, worth a look. There was a drunken guy talking to me while I was walking around Highbury 'Hey wanna ticket for Sunday's match ? You want....I have...' I really had one Fondest memory in London to meet a friend of Malaysia in the Underground escalator, it was somewehere in the Trafalgar station walking down the escalator, suddenly I heard some Malaysian-English behing me, I was telling myself, could it be a Malaysian in London? Then the sound feels so familiar until I tell myself, hey it could be Simon! Then without hesitate I turn over, hahaha...Simon shouted in disbelieve 'How can this happen? Why you are here? How come?' I replied: ' Yeah! how can this happen! '

Albert Memorial Tours

by Toyin

During the tour of the beautiful monument, you will hera the story of how the monument was built.

Tour take place on the first sunday of the monthalways at 2pm and 3pm and last for about 45mins

Price for adult is £4:50 and Concessions is £4:00.

telephone for enquiry is 02074950916
fax: 02077242836

Buckingham Palace.

by eladr

Buckingham Palace.
Buckingham Palace has been the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837 and evolved from a town house that was owned, from the beginning of the eighteenth century, by the Dukes of Buckingham

Bad Coffee

by sue_stone

The coffee in London is not good.

Most people buy their coffee from one of the coffee chains found in the UK. The main ones are:

Cafe Nero
Coffee Republic

They are all guilty of boiling the milk...yuk.

But they do have some yummy treats...

You will find one (or several) on a High Street near you.

A few tips on manners: 1)...

by acemj

A few tips on manners: 1) Always wait in line, or as the locals say, 'mind the queue!' 2) When you're at a pub, go to the bar and place your drink order and pay for it right away. Don't ask to run a tab. 3) Londoners are a bit reserved, so a simple handshake will do when you meet someone. No bear hugs or kisses!


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Address: 38/39 Argyle Square, Kings Cross, London, WC1H 8AL, United Kingdom