Relax in the Escape Lounge
The perfect place to indulge and unwind, the Escape lounge at Manchester terminal 1 is a welcoming retreat from the hustle and bustle of the airport. Whether you have some last-minute emails to catch up on, fancy filling up before your flight or want to catch up on current events with the latest gossip magazines, there's something for everyone. The welcoming atmosphere and friendly staff will have you feeling right at home - and prebooking through Holiday Extras can save you up to 16%.
Reasons to book
- Relax with free drinks, food, wifi, and peace and quiet.
The Escape Lounge (Terminal 1) features a self-serve buffet offering complementary hot and cold food, work spaces for those wishing to stay connected and a wide range of newspapers and magazines for you to browse.
- Children allowed
- Disabled access
- Free drinks
Adult: £22.50 *
*Date valid for 22-09-2017 booking, checked on 23-07-2017
Children are welcome in the lounge. Those under 2 get in free, but you must make sure to ring the lounge and book them a space.
The dress code in the lounge is smart casual - so no sports attire, football tops or rugby shirts. If you are wearing one, make sure it's covered. You should avoid wearing any clothing with slogans that might cause offence, hen or stag attire, or shorts above the knee. Fancy dress, onesies, pyjamas, personalised items or any other items that may cause offence to other lounge users are not allowed either.
Food and drink
The food is not to be missed - the best part is it's included in the price. Because it's a buffet, you can fill up your plate as many times as you like. They're all prepared using the very best locally-sourced ingredients and are made fresh throughout the day.
If you're travelling in the morning, you'll find a continental spread - cereals, fresh fruit, warm croissants and freshly prepared rolls. Lunch and dinner includes freshly baked pies, pastries, grazing boards, salads, handmade sandwiches and soups - and, of course, plenty of cakes and biscuits for those with a sweet tooth. You also have the choice to upgrade to the made-to-order menu filled with a wider variety of hot dishes.
The complimentary bar is stocked with your favourite wines, beers, prosecco and spirits, as well as tea, coffee, juices and soft drinks. There are also premium drinks available to purchase whether you're toasting to a special occasion or just fancy a bit of a treat.
Just keep in mind you'll only be allowed entry to the lounge during the time you booked, as there may not be space.
Kick back in a comfy chair and soak up some peace and quiet before your flight. You'll find plenty to keep you entertained, from newspapers and magazines, to free wifi and TVs.
The lounge is equipped with disabled facilities.
You'll find everything you need from free Wifi access to handy work spaces, and several power points for those who just want to browse on their own machines.
Once you're through security and Duty Free, follow the signs for 'Premium Lounges' along the walkway, just before Dixons. Take the stairs or lift to the Executive Lounge level, where you'll find the Escape lounge.
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