Gatwick Airport Lounges

Gatwick North Terminal lounges

No. 1 Traveller Lounge

Gatwick’s No. 1 Traveller Lounge promises the utmost comfort and height of luxury. Situated in 10,000 square foot of marble floors and lovely interiors; as well as great food and drink, the lounge even has its own cinema.

With access to the No. 1 Lounge, you get free drinks including beer, wine and spirits and a complementary menu of snacks. For a small additional expense, you can also order from an à la carte menu or choose from our selections of cocktails and champagne. The lounge has a great selection of magazines and newspapers, or you can log on to the unlimited free wi-fi if you’d prefer to check your emails and read the news.

Servisair Wentworth Lounge

Adults and families can both take advantage of the Wentworth Lounge. The lounge is more than 4,000 square feet in size and divided into two distinct zones: The Relaxation Zone is for adults who want to unwind or work in peace, while the Fun Zone allows children to play in safety while their parents put their feet up and relax.

The Relaxation zone has complimentary food and drinks, free wi-fi, newspapers and magazine, and writing desks and fax machines. The Fun Zone has a soft play area, a large screen TV showing cartoons and films, and free drinks and snacks for all the family.

British Airways lounge

BA has three lounges at Gatwick’s North Terminal: The First lounge and Terraces lounge both on level 4, and an arrivals lounge located in Sofitel Arora Hotel.

Gatwick South Terminal Lounges

No. 1 Traveller Lounge

The Gatwick South terminal No. 1 Traveller Lounge offers all the luxury you’d expect, including a great à la carte menu, free drinks, and free wi-fi. The lounge is so popular it has even won Priority Pass Lounge of the Year awards in 2011 and 2012. As well as award-winning business facilities, the lounge even has a table football table.

Servisair Lingfield Lounge

Pamper yourself in the Lingfield Lounge at the South Terminal with free drinks, snacks, wi-fi and a general sense of seclusion and peace.