Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Review Luton Airport Aspire Servisair Lounge….
The Aspire Lounge at Luton Airport is currently being renovated in 2015.
It is ‘nearly’ finished, and when it the Executive Lounge will easily be a 4* lounge presuming the rest will be of the same standard.
The biggest issue currently is that there is no air-conditioning, just rented units throughout.
It’s the hottest day of the year and currently nearly 30 degrees – again, lets put this down to unfortunate fate.
So, the new Aspire lounge is modern, elegant and everything the 2015 business traveller would hope for.
With newspapers, food, drink, free Wifi and a relaxed seating – it is exactly what you need away from the Terminal insanity.
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Open 04:40 – 22.30pm daily, this lounge overlooks the main Luton Terminal building.
Located next to Accessorize store in the heart of the main terminal, after security, the lounge offers you the perfect place to relax and unwind before your flight.
For just £15 you can get up to 3 hours of an oasis of calm and hospitality.
Take time out and enjoy the views of the terminal below and make use of the free WiFi and charging facilities for laptops, iPads or gaming consoles.
The food selection obviously does not compete with the BA or Virgin Lounges, however, nor does the price!
There’s newspapers to pass the time and coffee & soft drinks in both ends of the lounge.
There’s alcohol included in the entry price. Vodka, Whiskey, Gin, Beers & Wine are all included.
For just £18.99 for adults & £14.99 for children – this is exceptional value for money.
In terms of food, it is basic but plentiful.
There’s hot soup in the afternoon along with rolls.
You can enjoy snacks of crisps, peanuts, cheese, olives, crackers and fresh fruit.
There’s cold drinks, tea and coffee.
There’s fresh juice and yoghurt.
You can also enjoy the endless varieties of coffee from the machine….
The old part of the Aspire lounge is without doubt shabby, however, the new part is hugely impressive.
For less than £20 on the day you can enjoy this wonderful oasis of calm.
The refreshments are enjoyable and the atmosphere is decadent.
For me, I cannot understand why anyone wouldn’t use an Exec Lounge at an airport.
I guarantee you’ll save money compared to the pubs and restaurants in the terminal!
Once the air conditioning is sorted and the lounge is finished, this will be a 4*+ lounge.
What’s more, I understand there will even be a massage area once the lounge opens fully.
Bravo ASPIRE. I look forward to returning when you’re finished.
Review by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 1st July 2015.