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For a limited time only, you can upgrade your lounge experience at Gatwick Airport to ‘Clubrooms’ for no additional fee, when booking lounge entry via the Norwegian Reward booking page.
To take advantage, simply select Clubrooms during the booking process and you’ll only pay £27.20 rather than £45 – saving over £17.
You need to book by 27th March to get the discounted rate, but can visit anytime throughout 2018. Clubrooms are available at both Gatwick North and South Terminals.
In No1 Lounges’ own words, “the Clubrooms offers the ultimate pre-flight departure with full table service, three course dining and free-flowing Champagne“.
Clubrooms guests receive:
- Complimentary Premium Security lane access
- Dedicated table service
- Complimentary Champagne
- Self-service soft drinks, plus teas and freshly ground coffee
- A wide range of beers, wines and premium spirits
- Hot and cold dishes from the kitchen
- Tailored quality magazine titles and national newspapers
- TV & Playstation
- Unlimited WiFi
- Runway views
I haven’t had chance to visit the Clubrooms myself yet, but my good friend (and InsideFlyer Netherlands contributor) Amy passed through recently, so I asked her what she thought:
“Food was good – they had a daily soup which was awesome and the menu is quite extensive. I also tried the brownie which was heavenly. There’s a nice view of the runway and my glass was never empty!
I was very tired & jetlagged but the staff made me comfortable, walked me to the chair, kept asking if I wanted anything else, etc. Overall, very easy going whilst at the same time on point with service.”
Norwegian Reward members are eligible to collect 25 CashPoints (worth ~£2.30) with every lounge booking.
If you’re looking for a relaxing place to spend a couple of hours and have a decent meal (washed down with a few drinks!) before your flights from Gatwick, the No.1 Lounges Clubrooms could be very good value at £27.20.
Have you been yet – what did you think?