No1 Lounges has opened its tenth UK facility and second at Birmingham airport, under its premium Clubrooms offering.
The group opened its first Birmingham lounge in 2012, and said that “The No1 lounge has proven so popular with travellers that a second lounge has become necessary to increase No1’s capacity at the airport”.
The Clubrooms has been designed in the style of a members’ club across a collection of “spacious, interconnecting rooms”, with runway views, and features including table service, a la carte dining, wifi, newspapers and magazines, and charging points for personal devices.
The facility is located airside on the main concourse, close to gate 54, and is available for guests aged 12 years and over.
Entry costs £35 for a stay of up to three hours, with the option of upgrading to Moët & Chandon or Veuve Clicquot champagne packages for an extra £15. This compares to £28 for adults and £18 for children at the existing No1 Lounge at the airport.
No1 already operates Clubrooms facilities at Gatwick’s North and South Terminals, and last year announced plans to treble in size by 2020.
Commenting on the new opening 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 travellers 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 for our guests.
“This opening is part of a major expansion programme for No1, bringing more lounge choices and availability to airports across the UK and beyond.”