Virgin Trains has this week reopened its First Class lounge at London Euston station.
The facility closed earlier this year (see news, January 3) for seven weeks so that £500,000 in renovation works could take place.
It now comes equipped with new interiors, more seats, improved wifi connectivity, an expanded range of food and drinks, a new business area and new shower facilities.
Phil Cavender, Virgin Trains’ general manager, said: “We are really excited about the new and improved First Class lounge. We have listened to our customers’ feedback and we believe that the end result will exceed their expectations.”
Virgin’s London Euston First Class Lounge first opened in April 1998.