This is our review of Aspire lounge at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Two weeks ago we asked for your help in completing our collection of UK airport lounge reviews, which you can find on the ‘Favourites’ page here. HFP generally does not accept third-party reviews. There is zero chance of Rob or myself making it to most of the missing UK lounges, however, so we were happy to take some help here.
We currently have reviews of:
Heathrow: Club Millesime T5 Arrivals, British Airways Concorde Room T5, British Airways Galleries First T5, British Airways T5 Arrivals, Aspire T5, Plaza Premium T4, Etihad T4, SkyTeam T4, Qatar Airways T4, Cathay Pacific T3 (and video and video), American Airlines T3, British Airways Galleries T3, Club Aspire T3, Emirates T3, No 1 Lounges T3, Virgin Atlantic T3, Aer Lingus T2, Plaza Premium T2, Plaza Premium T2 #2, Plaza Premium T2 Arrivals, Lufthansa T2, Air Canada T2, United Airlines Business and First T2, Singapore Airlines T2 Gatwick: No 1 Traveller North, My Lounge North, My Lounge North #2, No 1 Lounges South, No 1 Lounges Clubrooms South London City: First Class / Private Jet Terminal (and a video) Luton: Aspire Stansted: Escape Southend: SkyLife Edinburgh: No 1 Lounges, British Airways, Aspire Bristol: AspirePlus Leeds Bradford: Yorkshire Premier
(We’re not looking for further volunteers at the moment as a few people have offered to write pieces. Once those are in we will do a list of all the remaining gaps.)
Reader Bill kindly sent in this some photographs and a brief review of the Aspire Lounge at Liverpool John Lennon Airport:
“The Aspire Lounge at Liverpool Airport is located inside the departure lounge after security on the lower level. You pass it on the way to all gates so it can’t be missed.
As you can see, is a modern facility with a wide range of seating – and not overcrowded at 7pm!
Hot and cold snacks include cheese, crackers, soup, cookies, popcorn & crisps. Drink options from the bar – which is not self service – include a selection of Fullers beers.
I visited the Aspire Lounge at around 7pm – 1 hour before closing. They had moved everything from above the fridges onto the tables …..
…… so that the cleaners could come in and do a clean from 8pm.
Flight information screens display boarding information but no announcements are made.
Newspapers and magazines are available at the reception.
All in all, this is a surprisingly modern facility for a regional airport. If you have a Priority Pass or Lounge Club card it is well worth a visit. Paid entry is also available from £18.99 with discounts for children and senior citizens.”
Thanks Bill. If you want to book a space in the Liverpool Airport Aspire lounge in advance, you can do it on the Aspire website here.
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