Escape Lounge Manchester Airport T1

Book T1 Escape Lounge

  • Don't know your flight number? (Help me find my flight)

Join us today for exclusive discounts

Sign up for special offers direct to your inbox

We treat your privacy very seriously!

Travel tips and inspirations for your next adventure
Visit our travel blog or follow us elsewhere...

View, amend or cancel an existing booking / Help and support / Group bookings

Request callback FREE 0800 phone support

FREE phone 0800 093 1900
Mobiles call 01303 816144
Quoting WEB1
Lines open at 8:30am

Send email

Relax in the Escape Lounge

Sit back and enjoy free drinks and a wide range of freshly prepared snacks in The Deli. If you've got a novel you want to escape in, The Snug is perfect - tranquil and stylish. For those looking for a thrill, why not play on the Nintendo Wii in The Attic?

Take a look at the lounge's sample menu

Reasons to book

  • Children under the age of 6 are not permitted in this lounge
  • Start the fun and games early on the Nintendo Wii.
  • Get that last bit of business done before you fly - take advantage of the free Wifi and individual laptops available to use.
  • Snuggle and relax in the Escape Lounge's Snug area.

Lounge facilities

The Escape Lounge (Terminal 1) features The Deli bar and restaurant, The Hub relaxation area, The Snug area, The Study area, A Nintendo Wii.

  • Children allowed
  • Disabled access
  • Flight announcements
  • Free drinks
  • Free snacks
  • Internet
  • Phone
  • Fax
  • TV
  • Wifi


Adult: £19.99 *
*Date valid for 13-04-2016 booking, checked on 12-02-2016

Opening times





Children permitted

The lounge doesn't allow children under six. Children 12 and over will pay the adult price.

Dress code

The dress code in the lounge is smart casual - so no baseball caps or football shirts. You should avoid wearing any clothing with slogans that might cause offence, shorts above the knee and men must keep their shoulders covered. The lounge also expects reasonable behaviour from all its guests - lounge staff do have the right to not let someone in, or to ask them to leave, if they have any concerns. In such cases, a refund wouldn't be available.

Food and drink

The Escape Lounge terminal 1 has a range of delicious free prepared snacks and beverages available from their menu. For breakfast, you can help yourself to a selection of cereals and pastries, or maybe try some delicious yoghurts. If you're looking for something hot, you can order some bacon or sausage breakfast rolls, a soft boiled egg or, if you want something sweeter, you can tuck into a bowl of steaming hot porridge with golden syrup.

During the rest of the day, you can feast upon some light snacks, including sandwiches, salads, quiches, pasties and soups. There's also the option of upgrading your food for an extra cost, so you can order delicious meals such as burgers, steak, spaghetti bolognese and even chocolate fondant with ice cream.

Please note that premium drinks are available at an extra cost.

Entertainment facilities

The Deli bar and restaurant - Choose from a wide range of complimentary drinks and snacks. All food is freshly made and you're sure to find something to tingle your taste buds.
The Hub - Unwind in a quiet area. Whether you want to switch off, have a snooze or read a book or magazine, you'll be able to here.
The Attic - Looking for some fun and entertainment? Battle it out on the Nintendo Wii with all the latest games.
The Snug - A tranquil and stylish area, made especially for you to kick back in. The cosy seats really add to the snug feel.
The Study - An intimate meeting and business area with free WiFi access, individual laptops available to use and several power points for those wishing to use your own machine.

Disabled facilities

The lounge is equipped with disabled facilities.

Business facilities

The lounge has a meeting and business area in The Study. You'll find everything you need from free Wifi access, individual laptops available to use and several power points for those who just want to browse on their own machines.

Check out other pages related to Escape Lounge (Terminal 1)