New Virgin Train Lounge Opens in Euston

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On April 30, Virgin Trains' refurbished and extended First Class lounge at Euston will open to the public.

The lounge can be used by up to 140 people with a valid First Class ticket from Virgin or First ScotRail on any day of the week. Complimentary hot and cold drinks are available, as is a separate quiet room and free charging units for mobile phones.

The room offers desks for laptop use and Wi-Fi, and Bloomberg has provided two stand alone PCs for those traveling without a laptop. A screen provides the latest Bloomberg business news, and a private room is available for meetings; guests must reserve this room in advance.

Shower facilities will be particularly valued by customers arriving on the sleeper from Scotland, and have been provided with assistance from First ScotRail.

Artwork from students at St Martin's College of Art and Design will be renewed every month.



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