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London Gatwick Airport Lounges (The Ultimate Guide)

 

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The London Gatwick airport currently has 2 terminals (North, South) and 13 main lounges. In this post, I will review the lounges that are not specific to a specific airline and give you all the most up to date information. 

The following 6 lounges are available to all passengers traveling with any airline.

  • Club Aspire Lounge
  • My Lounge
  • No.1 Lounge North
  • No.1 Lounge South
  • Clubrooms Lounge
  • Regus Express Lounge

 

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According to Wikipedia, London Gatwick airport is the second busiest airport by total passenger traffic in the U.K. With over 46 Million passengers in 2018, I see why they need so many lounges!

The airport is served by over 50 airlines throughout the year which uses both North and South terminals.

Some of the main airlines that use the North terminal include:

  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Easyjet
  • Air China 
  • Qatar Airlines
  • Emirates
  • Westjet
  • Plus many others

Some of the main airlines that use the South terminal include:

  • British Airways
  • Air Transat
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Ryanair
  • Plus many others

 

To find out how to save big on lounges in general, check out our how to get cheap airport lounge access post.

 

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London Gatwick Airport Lounges – North Terminal

 

Club Aspire Lounge

Location:

Northside terminal airside

Directions:

Since this lounge is airside, first go through Passport Control then turn left. You will be in the main departure lounge and follow the signs to the lounges area. Then turn right into the Lounge Pavilion and take the elevator or stairs down to Level 1. The lounge is located on the right-hand side.

Services offered:

The Club Aspire Lounge was fully renovated in 2018 and is a no smoking facility. It offers a variety of services including:

  • Fully Air Conditioned
  • Many beverages including soft drinks and alcohol
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Internet/WiFi
  • Flight information
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Separate play zone area for kids, computer games
  • Light snacks
  • Television and telephone

 

Hours of operation:

Monday – 05:15 -22:00

Tuesday thru Sunday –  0515: – 21:00

Hours are subject to change and will vary during the winter schedules.

 

Cost:

Paid entrance at the door is $25-$28 per adult. Children age 2-11 are $20. You can book online ahead of time for $21 per adult and $16 per child to guarantee access.

For convenience and to save money, I recommend you buy a membership with Priority Pass. If you have a Priority Pass membership, the Club Aspire Lounge is free to use. Plus you won’t have to worry about the lounge being full if you decide to not book and show up at the door. With Priority Pass you have access to over 1200 airport lounges around the world. 

Conditions:

The Club Aspire Lounge limits your stay to a maximum of 3 hours. Children under 2 years are free and must be accompanied by an adult. The dress code is smart casual dress with no sportswear allowed.

 

 

My Lounge

Location:

Northside terminal airside

Directions:

Since this lounge is airside, first go through Passport Control then turn left. You will be in the main departure lounge and follow the signs to the lounges area. Then turn right into the Lounge Pavilion and take the elevator or stairs down to Level 1. The lounge is located on the left-hand side.

Services offered:

  • Fully Air Conditioned
  • Many beverages including soft drinks and alcohol
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Internet/WiFi
  • Flight information
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Fax
  • Light snacks
  • Television and telephone

 

Hours of operation:

Monday – Sunday 05:00 – 14:00 Closed Dec 25.

During peak times, 05:00 – 10:30, space may be limited

Hours are subject to change and will vary depending on flight schedules.

Cost:

When space is available, this lounge accepts guests at the door. The rates are $30 per adult plus $15 per child (ages 2-11). • Infants under 2 years are free. You can book online ahead of time for $24 per adult and $12 per child to guarantee access.

For convenience and to save money, I recommend you buy a membership with Priority Pass. If you have a Priority Pass membership, the My Lounge is free to use. Plus you won’t have to worry about the lounge being full if you decide to not book and show up at the door. If you have a Priority Pass membership, it is free to use. With Priority Pass you have access to over 1200 airport lounges around the world. 

Conditions:

My Lounge limits your stay to a maximum of 3 hours. Children under 2 years are admitted free. Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult. Smart casual dress at all times.

 

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No.1 Lounge Gatwick North

Location:

Northside terminal airside

Directions:

Since this lounge is airside, first go through Passport Control then turn left. You will be in the main departure lounge and follow the signs to the lounges area. Then turn right into the Lounge Pavilion and take the elevator or stairs down to Level 1. The lounge is straight ahead.

Services offered:

  • Fully Air Conditioned
  • Many beverages including soft drinks and alcohol
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Internet/WiFi
  • Flight information
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Fax
  • Waiter service
  • Bistro and buffet
  • Television and telephone
  • Conference

 

Hours of operation:

Monday – Sunday 04:00 – 22:00  – Due to peak seasonal activity it is expected this lounge will see an increase in the number of guests.

During peak times, 05:00 – 10:30, space may be limited.

Hours are subject to change and will vary depending on flight schedules.

Cost:

When space is available, this lounge accepts guests at the door. The rates are $40 per adult plus $20 per child (ages 2-11). • Infants under 2 years are free. You can book online ahead of time for $32 per adult to guarantee access.

For convenience and to save money, I recommend you buy a membership with Priority Pass. If you have a Priority Pass membership, the No.1 Lounge is free to use. Plus you won’t have to worry about the lounge being full if you decide to not book and show up at the door. If you have a Priority Pass membership, it is free to use. With Priority Pass you have access to over 1200 airport lounges around the world. 

Conditions:

No1. Lounge limits your stay to a maximum of 3 hours. Children under 2 years are admitted free. Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult. Smart casual dress at all times.

 

Clubrooms

Location:

Northside terminal airside

Directions:

Since this lounge is airside, first go through Passport Control then turn left. You will be in the main departure lounge and follow the signs to the lounges area. Then turn right into the Lounge Pavilion and take the elevator or stairs down to Level 1. The lounge is straight ahead.

Services offered:

  • Fully Air Conditioned
  • Many beverages including soft drinks and alcohol
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Internet/WiFi
  • Flight information
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Fax
  • Waiter service
  • Bistro and buffet
  • Television and telephone
  • Conference

 

Hours of operation:

Monday – Sunday 05:30 – 20:00  during the summer months. 06:00 – 15:00 in winter months. Due to peak seasonal activity, it is expected this lounge will see an increase in the number of guests.

During peak times, 05:00 – 10:30, space may be limited.

Hours are subject to change and will vary depending on flight schedules.

 

Cost:

When space is available, this lounge accepts guests at the door. The rates are $50 per adult. You can book online ahead of time for $38 per adult to guarantee access.

For convenience and to save money, I recommend you buy a membership with Priority Pass. If you have a Priority Pass membership, the No.1 Lounge is free to use. Plus you won’t have to worry about the lounge being full if you decide to not book and show up at the door. If you have a Priority Pass membership, it is free to use. With Priority Pass you have access to over 1200 airport lounges around the world. 

 

Conditions:

Clubroom Lounge permits adults only.

 

 

London Gatwick Airport Lounges – South Terminal

 

No.1 Lounge Gatwick South

Location:

Southside terminal airside

Directions:

Airside – Pier 1, from the main departure lounge which is on the upper level, take the corridor access between Dixons and JD Sports to reach the ‘No1 Lounge’ entrance.

Services offered:

  • Fully Air Conditioned
  • Many beverages including soft drinks and alcohol
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Internet/WiFi
  • Flight information
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Fax
  • Waiter service
  • Bistro and buffet
  • Television and telephone
  • Conference

 

Hours of operation:

Monday – Sunday 04:00 – 22:00  – Due to peak seasonal activity it is expected this lounge will see an increase in the number of guests.

During peak times, 05:00 – 10:30, space may be limited.

Hours are subject to change and will vary depending on flight schedules.

Cost:

When space is available, this lounge accepts guests at the door. The rates are $40 per adult plus $20 per child (ages 2-11). • Infants under 2 years are free. You can book online ahead of time for $32 per adult to guarantee access.

For convenience and to save money, I recommend you buy a membership with Priority Pass. If you have a Priority Pass membership, the No.1 Lounge is free to use. Plus you won’t have to worry about the lounge being full if you decide to not book and show up at the door. If you have a Priority Pass membership, it is free to use. With Priority Pass you have access to over 1200 airport lounges around the world. 

Conditions:

No1. Lounge limits your stay to a maximum of 3 hours. Children under 2 years are admitted free. Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult. Smart casual dress at all times.

 

 

Regus Express Lounge

Location:

South Terminal, Landside, Arrivals Level 2.

Directions:

Before security on the Arrivals Level 2. South terminal.

Services offered:

  • Fully Air Conditioned
  • Many beverages including soft drinks (No Alcohol)
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Internet/WiFi
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Television and telephone
  • Showers available for extra
  • Meeting rooms

 

Hours of operation:

Monday – Sunday 07:00 – 22:00

Hours are subject to change and will vary depending on flight schedules.

Cost:

When space is available, this lounge accepts guests at the door. The rates are $39 per adult. You can book online ahead of time for $19 per adult for 2 hours to guarantee access. $36 for 2 hours + shower. $37 for a full day pass.

For convenience and to save money, I recommend you buy a membership with Priority Pass. If you have a Priority Pass membership, the Regus Express Lounge is free to use. Plus you won’t have to worry about the lounge being full if you decide to not book and show up at the door. With Priority Pass you have access to over 1200 airport lounges around the world. 

Conditions:

No1. Lounge limits your stay to a maximum of 2 hours unless you purchase a day pass.

 

In summary, any of these 6 airport lounges are suitable for all travelers. As long as you follow the rules that is! Although they may seem expensive for a 2 or 3-hour stay, your best value is to buy a Priority Pass membership. If you are a frequent traveler, take advantage of the deals and eliminate the stress and inconvenience of not having a pass.

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