Whether you’re setting off for a special weekend away or travelling for work, there’s no better place to start your journey than our exclusive Business Premier lounges. You’ll find them in our departure areas in London, Paris, and Brussels and they’re open to Business Premier passengers and Carte Blanche holders.
With comfortable seating areas and a slower pace than our main departures area, our lounges are perfect for working, networking, or unwinding before boarding your train.
With free wi-fi and space to check your emails, you can get ahead of your work schedule.
Or simply kick back with something to read from our selection of free newspapers and magazines.
With a range of tasty treats, hot, cold and alcoholic drinks available throughout the day, our lounges are the perfect place to fuel up before boarding your train.
Continental breakfast items are served between opening and 11:00.
Mid-morning snacks and nibbles are available from 11:00 until 15:00.
And sweet and savoury light bites are on offer between 15:00 and close.
Raise a glass to the trip ahead with a tipple or two at our cocktail bar. Expert mixologists serve all things shaken and stirred in our London and Paris lounges, including specially crafted signature cocktails.
Our bars are open Monday – Friday from 15:00 until close.
We’re grateful to all of our partners, who share our mission to make our lounges as comfortable and sustainable as possible.
Recently, we’ve been working closely with Diptyque – the providers of our lounge’s scents and handcare products – to cut back on plastic. This summer, we’ll be switching entirely to glass bottles and refillable glass hand soap and lotion bottles and recyclable refill pouches for all their products, which will remove 600 bottles a year.
It’s not just our trains that are kind to the environment. At Eurostar, we’re committed to sustainability in everything we do.
Every dish on our on-board Business Premier menu is made with sustainability in mind, earning us the highest 3-star rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association.
Our lounges also feature a range of contemporary art, showcasing up-and-coming talent from our destination cities. For several years now, we’ve been working in partnership with Friday Trampoline – a collective of curators that specialises in unearthing early and mid-career artists.
For this series, Harriet took the classic and often painted still life subject of flowers and used the camera like a paintbrush.
The process became an exploration of form in movement in time – awakening the still life.
For Robert’s stunning Solargraph Series, he points a pinhole camera towards the sky for six months from solstice to solstice. The final image is not a montage of several different images, but rather the result of a single continuous exposure of the sun.
Most of André’s recent works are captured across evenings in Vienna during sunset, where the shift in sunlight conditions is striking. The resulting images are of vibrant reds, gold, and orange, which are then recomposed, overpainted, and overlaid with three-dimensional sculptural elements.