Duo of luxury watch boutiques are Gatwick’s first store openings of 2024

By Faye Bartle |

TAG Heuer at Gatwick

Boutique watch stores TAG Heuer and Tudor are now open at Gatwick. 

TAG Heuer and Tudor have each opened luxury watch boutiques at London Gatwick, marking the airport’s first new retail stores of the year.

The TAG Heuer boutique is home to a selection of the brand’s Swiss luxury timepieces for men and women.

Tudor is aiming to ‘reach a wider audience’ through its Gatwick location, with its contemporary showroom a fitting environment for its coveted collection.

The new stores are located in the South Terminal, after security.

“Having world-renowned brands such as TAG Heuer and Tudor opening stores at London Gatwick is fantastic news for the airport and our passengers,” said Rachel Bulford, Retail Director, London Gatwick.

“The two stores are premium names which we expect to be very popular with passengers and might just add the perfect touch to a dream holiday.”

Tudor at Gatwock

Gatwick’s new TAG Heuer and Tudor stores can be found in the South Terminal, after security.

Rob Diver, Managing Director of TAG Heuer UK and Ireland added: “This is an exciting time for TAG Heuer as we continue to grow our bricks and mortar presence in the UK with our valued partner Watches of Switzerland.

“With this new boutique at London Gatwick’s South Terminal, we look forward to bringing to the fore a new TAG Heuer experience in travel retail, with a team who can share their expertise with clients in the search of their next timepiece.”

The new stores are the first in a wave of new retail openings due to launch at Gatwick over the coming months.

In the dining space, Black Sheep Coffee opened in the South Terminal in January, while a range of other F&B outlets, including Krispy Kreme, Giraffe World Kitchen and Brewdog, have started trading at the hub in recent months.

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