Escape Lounge Manchester Airport Terminal 2
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The Escape Lounge Manchester
The free drinks and food aren't the only enjoyable thing about the Escape Lounge at terminal 2, the neutral colour scheme and funky decor play a large part too. Whatever you're looking for, be it to chill out and start your holiday the VIP way, or start your business trip earlier with a drink in one hand and your laptop in the other, escape here and you'll be fine.
Reasons to book
- Relax with free drinks, food, wifi, and peace and quiet.
- Free drinks and refreshments for the entire duration you're in the lounge
- Plenty of facilities for business and leisure travellers
The Escape Lounge (Terminal 2) features comfortable and relaxing surroundings and furnishings, with flatscreen television as well as flight information screens to keep you on schedule.
- Children allowed
- Disabled access
- Free drinks
Adult: £25.00 *
*Date valid for 16-04-2018 booking, checked on 14-02-2018
20:30, except Wednesdays, when it closes at 18:15 and Sundays, when it closes at 19:15.
Children are welcome in the lounge and those under 2 get in free - though do make sure they are booked in!
The dress code in the lounge is smart casual, and they ask that men keep their shoulders covered at all times. If you are wearing a football top or rugby shirt, please make sure it's covered up. 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 locally-sourced ingredients and are made fresh throughout the day.</p> <p>If you're travelling in the morning, you'll find continental breakfast treats like cereals, fruit, croissants and rolls. You can also help yourself to a breakfast buffet including sausages, eggs and beans. Lunch and dinner includes spiced chicken, mac and cheese, curries and soup of the day - and, of course, plenty of sweet treats.</p> <p>Tea, coffee, juices and fizzy drinks are all included in the self-service bar and we also offer complimentary spirits, wine and beer. For a little extra you can even toast the start of your holiday with something a little more special, such as a glass of champagne.</p> <p>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 has disabled access for wheelchair users. A lift is available and the lounge has a disabled toilet too.
You'll find unlimited complementary WiFi, work spaces and charging points for all your devices in the Escape, helping you make the most of your time in the lounge.
Once you're in the departure lounge and duty free area turn left and pass 'Spinning Jenny' to the stairs located opposite Gate 209. The stairs to the Escape Lounge are immediately opposite gate 208. Lift access is also available opposite gate 209.
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