Your VIP pass to the Sky Lounge is just moments away, and when we say VIP we really mean it. From the time you walk into the lounge to the time you leave, you'll wish you had longer than three hours. From the comfy leather sofas to the unlimited free drinks and snacks, we're sure you'll have plenty to help you to relax before you fly.
Reasons to book
- The only lounge at Glasgow which allows children and infants
- A separate business wing for adults only with free wireless internet access throughout
- Televisions, games consoles and DVDs to keep everyone entertained
- Unlimited complimentary drinks and snacks to enjoy before you jet off.
The Sky Lounge Holiday Wing features Complementary snacks, A range of beverages, Free WIFI / internet access, flatscreen television, Games consoles, Minute to minute flight information, Baby changing facilities, Disabled access.
- Children allowed
- Disabled access
- Flight announcements
- Free drinks
- Free snacks
5am to 8.30pm
Yes children of all ages are accepted in the Sky Lounge as long as they are with a legal guardian.
The Glasgow Holiday Wing lounge has a smart casual dress code, which means no shorts, football shirts, caps & hooded tops.
Please note that the lounge does hold the right to ask any clients to leave the lounge if they feel that clients are disruptive to lounge staff or other guests in the lounge.
Food and drink
At the Glasgow Holiday Wing lounge there's a selection of complimentary snacks including cheeses, crackers, crisps, biscuits, and nuts along with tea, coffee, soft drinks and alcoholic drinks. Champagne is available at a charge. Cereal and pastries are available for breakfast only, but it's on a first come first served basis.
There's a great choice of entertainment for both adults and children in this lounge with toys in the kids zone, games consoles, a television and DVDs along with free wireless/internet access, selection of newspapers, magazines and business journals.
There is a lift available to access the lounge area.
The Holiday Wing lounge offers a great selection of facilities for business users. There's a seperate business wing for adults only which offers free internet access along with newspapers, magazines and business journals to keep you up to date and make the most of your time on the ground.
See what our customers have had to say about their experience using the Holiday Wing Lounge at Glasgow Airport - read more on our Holiday Wing lounges reviews page.
Staff were friendly and helpful. Would be nice to have breakfast items ie bacon rolls, sausage etc, however the continental style was nice too. .Mrs Mckenzie (Glasgow Holiday Wing Lounge)
I am not too ken on the layout of your refurbished lounge. the tea, coffee breakfast area is always congested, with people bumping into each other with hot drinks. It doesn`t feel as relaxed or cosy any more. too croweded. Staff were fine.Mr Dickson (Glasgow Holiday Wing Lounge)
I used the facilities previously & before the refurbishment & always found the lounge - a great experience & something to look forward to. Don't get me wrong, visually it looks great although if you don't get a window seat to enjoy the plane watching it is pretty blah! Atmosphere - there is NONE, no background music, TV, people excited about their holidays - none of that, either people don't get excited about a holiday anymore or this is a pretentious priviledge!!! Staff can only be described as uninterested, we were greeted at 5.15am by a simple 'Hi' - maybe I expected too much but a 'Good Morning' would go a long way! Facilities seem to be much more varied than the older selection, decent 'continental' breakfast offering however having to wait for your own drinks, this isn't a selling point, staff don't monitor the customers at or approaching the bar & I watched one man wait 10mins for his drink whilst the staff finished their conversation. The sheer waiting times alone at the bar waste valuable holiday time & I can't say that I rate it. Nice enough but much more areas of improvement needed in a number of ways! Certainly wouldn't rush back!!!Miss Mcenaney (Glasgow Holiday Wing Lounge)
Area very busy, no seats available, food ran out and there was no cutlery or glasses as they were being washed so had to waitMiss Ritchie (Glasgow Holiday Wing Lounge)
Worst lounge I've been in, admitted too many people at one point no seats. Not comfortable more like a cafe, food station should be moved due to people having to wait for drinks at baMs Hillhouse (Glasgow Holiday Wing Lounge)
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Overall rating: 84% by 1650 guests