No1 Lounges unveils new Clubrooms product at Gatwick

No1 Lounges has announced the launch of Clubrooms, a new lounge product which offers an exclusive experience at the airport with privacy and a tailored service.

The latest addition has opened at Gatwick’s South Terminal with four private lounges that can accommodate up to 48 seated guests, or canapé receptions for up to 80 guests.

Each room features its own television, soft drinks fridge and fresh fruit bowl, while dedicated hosts offer guests a choice of magazines and newspapers, and deliver a wide selection of freshly prepared food and drink to the table.

The new facility is open daily from 06:00-20:00 and prices lead in at £37.50 per person for up to eight guests for visits starting three hours’ prior to flight departure (minimum £150 per room).

Visits are tailored as required for groups of more than eight guests.

For further information or to book see www.no1lounges.com/clubrooms or call 0844-264 6440.


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