Escape Lounge Manchester Airport T3
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Available from just £25.00.
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Enjoy a peaceful break from busy airport life in the Escape Lounge at Manchester T3. Settle in with a newspaper or magazine, or flick through your smartphone using the wifi. You can watch a bit of telly before your flight with a steaming cup of coffee, to keep the bleary eyes at bay ready for a day of travel. There's also a delicious array of soft drinks and light bites for you to choose from - take a look at their main menu to see what's on offer - or if you're on an early flight, you can take advantage of their continental breakfast. Break away from the airport herds and escape to a better place.
Reasons to book
- Kick back with drinks, food and wifi, all included in the price.
- Flick through your smartphone or laptop before your flight with wifi and laptop connectors.
- Stay on top of those hunger pangs with a continental breakfast and a steaming cup of coffee.
The Escape Lounge (Terminal 3) features food, soft drinks, continental breakfast, premium drinks available at a small cost, Wifi, magazines, televisions, newspapers.
- Children allowed
Adult: £25.00 *
*Date valid for 21-01-2018 booking, checked on 21-11-2017
20:30 except on Saturdays, when it closes at 20:00. The lounge closes at 14:00 on Christmas Day.
Children are welcome in the lounge and those under 2 get in free, however please make sure they are booked in. The standard price applies to children over 2.
The dress code in the lounge is smart casual - so no football tops or rugby shirts. If you are wearing one, make sure it's covered - and the lounge asks that men keep their shoulders covered, too. 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.<br /><br /> 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 best part, though, has to be the food. The Escape's buffet is included in the price, and that means you can unashamedly tuck into as much as you like. You'll probably save yourself some money compared to buying food in the terminal. <br /> <br /> You'll find continental items - cereals, fruit, croissants and rolls - in the morning, and pies, cheeses, salads, sandwiches and soups at lunch and dinner time. And, of course, plenty of sweet treats, like cakes, biscuits and cookies. Or, for a few extra pounds, you can eat from the a la carte, made-to-order menu filled with hot dishes.<br /> <br /> Tea, coffee, juices and soft drinks are all included in the self-service bar, and there's also a selection of complementary spirits, wine, prosecco and beer. We also offer premium drinks such as champagne for just a little extra.<br /> <br /> Just keep in mind you'll only be allowed entry to the lounge during the time you booked, as there may not be space.
There are lots of comfy places to sit, where you can kick back and soak up the pre-holiday atmosphere. With newspapers, magazines, WiFi and TVs, you won't be short of things to do.
The lounge is accessible to disabled guests - there isn't a disabled toilet, but there is one outside, about 60 yards down the concourse.
Once you've passed security, turn right towards the shops. Turn left, pass Dixons and take the lift or stairs on the left hand side to Level 3. The lounge is located before the main Duty Free Shops adjacent to the BA Executive lounge.
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