The No1 Lounge in Gatwicks North terminal offers passengers a stylish experience pre-departure. Facilities include runway views, a delicious choice of fresh dishes, and a fully tended bar, serving a wide range of drinks including sparkling wine, craft beers and premium spirits. all complimentary. Theres even a sports lounge and a child-free library area.
Reasons to book
- Travel smarter with No1 North. Delicious hot & cold dishes, fully tended bar and runway views await.
- Complimentary premium drinks, including prosecco, craft beers and spirits.
- Runway views.
The No1 Lounge features a bistro serving complimentary fresh seasonal dishes, an island bar offering prosecco, craft beers and premium spirits, a child-free library to relax in and even a sports lounge. Guests can take advantage of unlimited WiFi, magazines and newspapers.
- Children allowed
- Disabled access
- Free drinks
Yes, children of all ages are welcome, however a person who is over the age of 12 is classed as an adult and will need to pay the adult price.
Please note, for any bookings made where adults are incorrectly identified as children, the lounge reserves the right to charge the passenger the difference in price upon entry.
The lounge has a smart-casual dress code and may refuse entry to customers not wearing suitable clothing. Tailored shorts are allowed, but the lounge suggests you do not wear sports clothing, camouflage patterns, clothing with offensive slogans or that exposes midriffs or shoulders. Hen and stag do themed clothing is not permitted.
Food and drink
If there's one drawing point of the No1 Lounge, it's the care and time taken with their food. You'll find a pantry table filled with freshly-prepared snacks, which you're welcome to help yourself to free of charge.
If you fancy something a little bit more substantial, you can enjoy a free hot snack from the bistro-style menu, limited to one per customer. You can choose from morning favourites such as a hot bacon roll, beans on toast or even apple and cinnamon bread served on a bed of rhubarb compote.
A range of drinks are also available at no charge - including soft drinks, teas, coffees, juices, beers and spirits. Champagne and Prosecco can be bought from the bar for an extra charge.
As the BA lounge has been temporarily closed at Gatwick, the No1 Lounge may be busier than usual. As such, we advise you to order food and drink early and head to the lounge's quiet zone.
The No1 lounge has its own travel spa on site, offering a range of treatments for an additional fee. These are tailored to the amount of time you have available. 10-minute treatments cost £5-10 and include a quick massage to whichever muscles are giving you grief on the day or a simple, refreshing shower. 15-minute treatments cover a selection of focused massages, a quick manicure or a wax for £15 to £20. Longer treatments start from £25 and include more-intensive massage or nail therapy. No1 has been named a "CoolBrand" in a poll of 3,000 customers and a panel of 37 designers, style experts and celebrities.
As the BA lounge has been temporarily closed at Gatwick, the No1 Lounge may be busier than usual. As such, we advise you to order food and drink early and head to the lounge's quiet zone.[date from=2015-11-26 to=2015-12-23]
The lounge will be closing at 16:00 every day except Thursdays and Sundays until 23 Dec 15.[/date]
The lounge is fully accessible to disabled customers.
You can make use of No1 Gatwick's Business Centre, which has been specifically designed for the business traveller with free wifi access, a computer with internet access, a printer, a scanner and free UK landline calls.
North Terminal - Pass through security, follow all signs to 'Airport Lounges'. Once through the glass double doors No1 Gatwick North is directly ahead.
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No1 Lounge Gatwick - FAQs
Are drinks free in No1 Lounge Gatwick?
Yes, drinks are free in the No1 Lounge at Gatwick, including sparkling wines, craft beers and premium spirits. Champagne is available, at an additional cost.
What do you get in No1 Lounge?
No1 Lounge facilities include delicious hot and cold dishes, drinks (soft and alcoholic), free Wi-Fi, charging points, newspapers, magazines and more.
Who owns No 1 Lounges?
No1 Lounges was founded by British entrepreneur Phil Cameron in 2006.
Is a Gatwick lounge worth it?
We definitely believe so! Airport lounges are a perfect way to relax and enjoy some peace and quiet away from the busy terminal. Plus there's all the food and drink you could possibly fancy, free Wi-Fi, TVs, magazines and more. Prices start from just £22.99!
Is there a dress code for airport lounges?
No1 Lounges have a smart-casual dress code.