Award-winning independent airport lounge operator No.1 Traveller has announced a partnership with Cox & Kings – the luxury travel company – allowing Cox & Kings passengers departing from Heathrow Terminal 3, Gatwick or Stansted Airport the opportunity to get their holiday off to the best possible start by adding lounge entry to their holiday booking.
Facilities available to Cox & Kings passengers include complimentary food from a bistro-style menu and fully-tended bar, unlimited, free Wi-Fi, comfortable sofas with the latest newspapers and magazines, and at No.1 Traveller’s larger lounges, a Travel Spa* (offering manicures, pedicures, waxing, massages and showers), Cinema, Games Room and Family Room.
For special occasions, No.1 Traveller also offers champagne and wedding packages – offering lounge entry for two, champagne, a wedding gift or box of chocolates and optional spa treatment.
These packages will be added to all ‘special occasions’ bookings, creating an extra special pre-flight experience for Cox & Kings customers with something to celebrate.
This marks the latest partnership for No.1 Traveller, which has already announced partnerships with other leading travel brands, as well as airlines such as Air China and Vietnam Airlines in 2012.
Cox & Kings will also be offering access to No.1 Traveller lounges to its passengers, as well as a range of pre-holiday extras including airport parking and hotels.
Cox & Kings was established over 250 years ago, is a member of AITO and has specialist knowledge covering Africa, Australia, the Caribbean, Europe, the Far East, the Indian Ocean, the Indian subcontinent, Latin America, the Middle East and New Zealand.
Howard Ebison, head of commercial at No.1 Traveller said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming Cox & Kings passengers to our world-class lounges.
“Whether passengers are setting off on a family trip, a honeymoon or celebrating a special occasion we’re confident that being able to relax in one of our lounges will create the perfect pre-flight experience to start their trip in style.”
To book lounge access, Cox & Kings clients should speak to their tour consultant or travel agent.