How to travel in luxury on the Eurostar

Sometimes the most convenient way to get around Europe isn’t by air but instead by rail. But did you realise that you can still do this with a considerable degree of comfort? Read on to learn more about Eurostar’s Business Premier class. The Eurostar, if you didn’t know already, is a high-speed rail service that links the cities of London, Paris and Brussels. Thanks to competitive pricing, more people choose to travel by Eurostar between these cities than all the airlines combined, which is no mean achievement in the 20 years that the service has been running.

But did you know that first class travel on Eurostar – or Business Premier as it’s known – is also very competitively priced when compared with its airline equivalent? With Business Premier, you’ll enjoy a speedier check-in, a more desirable (and invariably quieter) carriage with improved furnishings, and meals served to you in your seat. Depending on your time of travel, you’ll enjoy breakfast or a three-course lunch or dinner with a choice of entrée and wine, as well as complementary drinks and a newspaper.

Eurostar Business Premier

You’ll find yourself sitting on a reclining seat that’s much wider than an aircraft seat and with more leg room than standard should you wish to put your feet up and relax. If instead you prefer to be being more productive, you’ll find laptop sockets at your disposal. As a Business Premier class passenger, you’ll also have access to the superior business lounges at St. Pancras International, Paris, Brussels, Ebbsfleet and Ashford, depending on your route, complete with comfy seating, work desks and a free bar, as well as a good selection of magazines and newspapers, luggage storage and free WiFi.

Book your Eurostar Business Premier class tickets via the website today and start enjoying the luxury of the journey.

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