My Lounge Gatwick, North Terminal

Open

6:00am to 8:00pm daily

Price

  • Adults £18 i
  • Children £12 i
  • Book through No1lounges.com and we'll include access to Premium Security lane

Location

After security, follow signs for Airport Lounges. As you enter the lounge pavilion, My Lounge is on the left.

Lounge Features

  • Access to Premium Security lane
  • Self-pour bar
  • Grazing snacks
  • Unlimited WiFi
  • Papers and lifestyle magazine titles
  • iMacs and TVs
  • Social seating
  • Games room

My Lounge by No1 Lounges offers the benefits of lounging without the formality. Inspired by loft-style living with cool, contemporary sofas, TV den and games room.

The seven-metre kitchen counter offers self-service hot and cold grazing snacks
Social
snacking

The seven-metre kitchen counter offers self-service hot & cold grazing snacks, such as vegetable chilli, tortilla chips, crunchy vegetables and dips, and loaf cakes. See the menu »

Help yourself to soft drinks and juices, or if you fancy something stronger you can pull your own pint, have a crisp glass of wine or mix a spirit.
Pour your
own

Help yourself to soft drinks and juices, or if you fancy something stronger you can pull your own pint, have a crisp glass of wine or mix a spirit. See the menu »

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Fast track to
the lounge

Skip the queues at security when you book My Lounge at No1lounges.com. A voucher will be included on your confirmation email, you just need to bring it with you.

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Great
amenities

A selection of daily newspapers and lifestyle magazine titles that you can take with you onto your flight, iMacs for the internet and a games room with a PlayStation and football table.

Time to book

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Your lounge entry includes food from the self-service selection, plus one dish from the made-to-order menu.

All drinks are included in the entry fee (excluding Champagne and Prosecco which can be purchased), plus newspapers, magazines and unlimited WiFi.
Any checked-in passengers from any airline, across any ticket class.

We accept cardholders from Dragonpass, IOD, Lounge Club, Lounge Key and Priority Pass.
You can use the lounge three hours prior to your flight time and buy extra hours in advance or while you’re in the lounge – if your flight’s delayed and you want to stay longer, for example.

Book online and we automatically calculate the time you can enter (three hours before your flight time to coincide with the opening times of many airline check-in desks). You're free to leave the lounge and return any time during your stay, but must keep your luggage with you at all times.
Book online and it costs £18 per adult and £12 per child aged 2-11. There's no entry fee for infants. Surcharges of £6 and £3, for adults and children respectively apply when entry is purchased on arrival.
After security follow signs for airport lounges and My Lounge. You'll find us on the left as you enter the lounge pavilion.
Yes, we have a dress code in place to ensure a premium lounge experience for all our guests.

We ask all of our guests to wear smart-casual clothing.

We reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone wearing clothing which we deem to be unsuitable. This may include themed or fancy dress outfits, clothes with slogans that may cause offense, replica sports kits, clothing that exposes midriffs or upper thighs, or bare shoulders on men. We also ask that guests do not wear tracksuits while in the lounge – we appreciate that people like to travel comfortably and so welcome guests to change when departing the lounge.
We do accept groups, however please be mindful of the rules around group bookings: If you are travelling as a group and would therefore like to be seated together in the lounge, please book as a group. Note that we accept bookings on our website for a maximum of 8 people. Any groups of 9 or more must contact our Guest Relations team on 08442 64 64 40 to enquire about availability.

Please be advised that any self-assembled groups will not be seated together. In order to ensure a premium lounge experience for all guests, we do ask that large groups are both respectful of those guests around them, and mindful of keeping noise to a reasonable level.