Sofitel partners with No.1 Lounges at London Gatwick

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Hotel operator Sofitel has partnered with airport lounge developer No.1 Lounges to launch a new ‘park, rest and fly’ package for passengers at London Gatwick Airport in the UK.

The four, eight and 15-day packages include overnight accommodation at the luxury Sofitel London Gatwick, secure parking in one of the 565 on-site spaces at the hotel, fast-track access through Gatwick’s Premium Security Lane and entry to any of the No.1 airport lounges located in the airport’s North and South terminals. 

James Berry, general manager, Sofitel London Gatwick, said, “We are delighted to be working in conjunction with No.1 Lounges to create an all new VIP park, rest and fly experience, offering supreme levels of comfort to our business and leisure guests using the hotel regularly pre-flight. The partnership allows us to extend the premium travel experience we provide for our guests from the moment they park their car to the time they board the plane. 

“It’s these value-added touches that make all the difference to the overall travel experience of our discerning guests, underlining our position as the leading premium park, rest and fly product at London Gatwick Airport.” 

No.1 offers a range of facilities including a bistro, lounge, sports bar, library and several private meeting spaces. Guests can also take advantage of a wide selection of complimentary hot and cold food options, as well as soft and alcoholic drinks. There is also free, unlimited wi-fi throughout.

Mark Woodcock, commercial director, No.1 Lounges, said, ”We understand the importance of delivering a seamless passenger journey and are committed to making the pre-flight experience as easy and stress-free as possible. Sofitel’s ‘park, rest and fly’ is designed with the passenger in mind so we’re thrilled to be included in the packages and look forward to welcoming Sofitel guests shortly.”

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