Now I know what you’re thinking lounges
are super pricey and are for first class travellers, but I’m going to show you that the escape
lounge is for, well, pretty much everyone. This is the area that you’ll probably be
expecting from a lounge, lots of comfy places to sit and magazines to read too.
This middle section is the hub of the lounge where it’s all about the food. Kind of a
french bistro type feel to it, whatever the time of day you’ll find delicious mini meals
on the made to order menu, or if you’d rather snack there is a buffet too. Now most of the
food is included in the price, but if you’d rather have a bit of a treat before your holiday
then there’s an a-la-carte menu too. Then just keep in mind you will have to pay a few
pounds extra for it. For a tipple there’s a bar packed with your
favourite soft drinks, and all of the beers, wines and spirits you could ask for.
This section has a really fun vibe, with TVs, and games, so it’s ideal if you need some
entertainment. There’s so much to do that 3 hours will fly by.
Holiday Extras, We take the hassle, you take the holiday.