Luton Airport Hotels
Mini guide to Luton Airport
London Luton International Airport is one of the smaller London airports and
predominantly serves flights to major destinations across Europe. Its modern
facilities and smaller size make it extremely popular for those in the North
The airport now consists of two terminals, with the recent edition of new terminal
complete with 60 check-in desks, making the process as smooth as possible. The
airport serves 61 destinations in all but no long-haul flights, and hosts several
budget carriers including Easyjet.
There are four bureaux de change within the terminal building operated by Thomas
Cook and ICE, with both open 24 hours in the check-in area. Several ATMs can
be found at check-in, arrivals and departures. Other facilities include a baby
change room, a chapel, a children's play centre, and a lost property service.
Postal services are located near the main entrance to the terminal building.
The airport has a wide range of shops and restaurants to choose from, including
the Body Shop, Boots, Ann Summers, Burger King, Altitude Café, Bar des
Voyageurs, and Bewleys Express Café and Bar.
The Aviance Executive Lounge is situated in the international departures lounge
and is very well appointed. A two-hour stay will cost £18. The airport
information desk is located just inside the main entrance and is open 24 hours,
offering fax facilities. In the domestic departures lounge there are fax, phone
and internet facilities available.
The airport meets EU provisions for disabled passengers, with facilities including
induction loops for the hard of hearing, lowered telephones, complimentary use
of wheelchairs and porter service, dedicated parking spaces close to the terminal
and specially designed toilets.
Information: +44 (0) 1582 405100
Selection of hotels in this region:
Regent Lodge Hotel and 15 days parking
Express by Holiday Inn Luton Airport
Hertfordshire Moat House
The Chiltern Hotel
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full list of hotels and online booking