No1 Lounges announces new Clubrooms lounge at Birmingham Airport

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Airport lounge operator No1 Lounges has launched a new Clubrooms lounge at Birmingham Airport, delivering a first-class departure experience for any passenger, regardless of airline or class of travel.

Designed in the style of a modern members’ club, the Clubrooms lounge offers full table service, à la carte dining, award-winning wines, classic cocktails and great runway views. This collection of spacious, interconnecting rooms is available to guests aged 12 years and over and is located on the main concourse.

Entry costs £35 (US$45) for a stay of up to three hours pre-flight. Guest can also upgrade their visit with free-flowing Moët & Chandon or Veuve Clicquot champagne packages for only £15 (US$19), when booking online. The existing No1 lounge at Birmingham Airport costs £28 (US$36) for adults and £18 (US$23) for children.

Phil Cameron, founder and CEO of No1 Lounges, said, “We are absolutely delighted to be opening our second lounge at Birmingham Airport. Our existing lounge has proven to be extremely popular with business and leisure travelers alike, so it was a natural step for us to open a second lounge at the airport, offering greater choice, and an even more refined and memorable experience to our guests – all for a price that represents great value.

“This opening is part of a major expansion program for No1, bringing more lounge choices and availability to airports across the UK and beyond.”

Richard Gill, acting commercial director at Birmingham airport, added, “We have had a successful and longstanding relationship with No1 Lounges, and we’re delighted to announce the addition of the Clubrooms to our existing lounge offer. The new lounge will be located on the international pier near to the gates – a perfect location prior to boarding.”

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