London Stansted (STN)

London Stansted Airport was used by the Royal Air Force when it opened in 1943 and it wasn’t until 1966 that it was used for commercial flights. It is London’s 3rd busiest airport, and the 4th busiest airport in the United Kingdom.

Destinations From London Stansted Airport

The majority of the destinations available from London Stansted Airport are in Europe, though countries in Asia and Africa can also be visited from here.

Many of the routes are operated by easyJet, British Airways and Ryanair, with Emirates providing direct flights to the United Arab Emirates more recently.

From London Stansted Airport, you can reach more than 200 destinations in over 40 different countries.

Facilities At London Stansted Airport

London Stansted Airport boasts more than 10,000 square metres of retail space, with more than 50 shops, bars and restaurants to choose from.

The transit system that connects the departure lounge with the flight gates is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchair users. The service operates every 3 minutes and is available for departures and arrivals. Free Wifi is available for all passengers throughout the airport.

Passenger Numbers At London Stansted Airport

During a typical year, London Stansted welcomes more than 28 million passengers, with an almost equal split between business travellers and holidaymakers.

London Stansted Airport operates more flights to Europe than any other airport in the United Kingdom, with only Munich Airport in Germany operating more European routes.

How to get to the Crescent Hotel from London Stansted Airport

Stansted Airport is situated North of London but there are good transport links to take you to our hotel.

We recommend hopping on the Stansted Express to Tottenham Hale Station and then taking the Victoria line (Light Blue line) to Euston where it’s a 7 minute walk to the Crescent Hotel.

You can buy your ticket on the Stansted Express through their website, on ticket machines at the airport station or through the trainline app. The earlier you book, the cheaper it will be!

Oyster Cards and contactless payments are not valid on the Stansted Express but can be used on the Victoria line.

Once you reach Euston Station, you’ll want to head past the Euston Square Gardens located in front of the station and across Euston Rd. Once you reach the other side of the road, head left (keeping the Gardens on your left side) for approximately 1 minute until you come across Duke’s Road which should appear on your right. Follow that road until it puts you on Burton St in where you’ll need to turn right. Go down that road, take your first left and you will see the Cartwright Gardens. Our Hotel will be there, just on your right.