Avoid the airport chaos and put your feet up
Bacon rolls, freshly-baked croissants, cakes, cheese you certainly wont have to worry about flying well-fed when you check into the Aspire Lounge by Servisair at Bristol airport. Nor well-watered: wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks are, like the food, free and unlimited. Children are welcome; and the free wifi, TV and newspapers and magazines will keep kids and adults alike entertained. Theres even a quiet zone in case all the excitement gets too much (yes, before youve even gone on holiday)
Reasons to book
- Tasty breakfast: There are bacon rolls, freshly-baked croissants and cereal in the morning …
- Afternoon tea: … followed by soup at lunchtime, scones in the afternoon, cakes, biscuits and cheese.
- Children allowed: They get a discount if they’re under 11 – and if they’re babies you don’t pay a thing.
- Quiet zone: Make use of the free wifi, or have a read of the free newspapers and magazines.
The Aspire Lounge by Servisair features free hot and cold food, free wifi, quiet zone, free alcoholic drinks, free soft drinks, free newspapers and magazines, flatscreen TVs, flight information screens, baby change
- Children allowed
- Disabled access
- Flight announcements
- Free drinks
- Free snacks
Children of all ages are welcome in the lounge, but they need to be with an adult at all times, and behave appropriately.
The lounge has a smart casual dress code (no baseball caps or football shirts, and tailored shorts only). Lounge staff expect reasonable behaviour from all guests, and reserve the right to refuse admission.
Food and drink
Whatever time of day you're flying, you can tuck into tasty food in the Aspire Lounge before your trip. For breakfast there are bacon rolls, freshly-baked croissants and cereal (until about 9.30am), with Danish pastries after that; soup, rolls, cheese and crackers are served from about 11am, with scones from about 3pm to 6pm. There are also cakes, biscuits, crisps and nuts.
All the food is included in the price, as are wine, beer, spirits and hot and cold soft drinks. Champagne is available, but there's an extra charge for it.
Food and drink can't be taken out of the lounge, and alcohol can't be served to under-18s.
The lounge has free wifi, free newspapers and magazines and flatscreen TVs.
The lounge is fully accessible to disabled customers - there's a lift up from the ground floor, and there's also a disabled toilet.
The lounge has free wifi (and plenty of power points where you can plug in your laptop), plus a fax, a printer and a phone.
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