Cheap.co.uk takes a look at airport lounges

The airport lounge has began changing in recent years, no longer are they for the businessmen and women heading off to their next meeting and wanting to do that final bit of work before their flight. Lounges are starting to aim at the leisure traveller, families with young children who need to be entertained. Cheap.co.uk looks at whether an airport lounge is something you should be interested in.

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airport lounges have often been overlooked by the holiday maker but with prices as low as seventeen pounds and many offering reduced rates for children, a parent can really consider an airport lounge as a means of keeping the children entertained

(PRWEB UK) 24 October 2012

In the not so distant past, travellers thought of airport lounges as a businessmen’s travel extra, something a little special for the executives and VIPs amongst us who wanted the ultimate departure terminal experience. Well airport lounges have began to change and online travel extras comparison website Cheap.co.uk looks at whether an airport lounge is worth considering for the everyday, leisure traveller in their latest news article - Click to read Cheap’s ‘airport lounge guide’ as an overview on airport lounges.

Airport lounges have started to aim towards the leisure traveller noting that parents with young children may want a more relaxing experience in the terminal. Young children get extremely excited when going on holiday and a number of airport lounges have moved into this market offering means of entertainment for the little ones such as childrens zones, computer consoles, dvds and toys.

A spokesmen for the company advised: “airport lounges have often been overlooked by the holiday maker but with prices as low as seventeen pounds and many offering reduced rates for children, a parent can really consider an airport lounge as a means of keeping the children entertained in the terminal. A parent and two children can often receive lounge access for around thirty seven pounds and what many forget to note is that in the terminal building drinks and food can be expensive but lounges often provide this within the initial rate.”

The Leeds Bradford Premier lounge is a perfect example of this; the lounge is offering visitors the ability to play on games consoles and features a kid’s activity room. Lounges at Manchester airport are also following suit with a number offering Nintendo Wii’s which will certainly keep the children busy.

Cheap.co.uk is an online comparison web site using a number of suppliers in markets such as airport parking, car hire, airport hotels and airport lounges.


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