STN

London Stansted Terminal

London
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Restaurants

Before Security there are two cafés, a British mini-mart, a juice and smoothie bar, and a hot dog stand. There's a good range of eateries after Security - around 16 cafés, sandwich outlets, bars and coffee shops. Families are well catered for (try Leon or Giraffe) and celebrity chef James Martin has a kitchen/bakery here serving healthy options. A champagne bar, a craft beer and real ale pub with a see-through cellar and 3 more chic bars make sure you won't leave thirsty.
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Shopping

As well as duty-free stores, there are over 20 shops to explore. Dune, Next and Superdry are among the big, high-street names here, alongside designer brands such as Lacoste, Swarovski and Ted Baker. For very British gifts, don't miss the Hamley's toy store outlet and East ladies' boutique.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Changing rooms
  • Currency exchange
  • Family rooms
  • Information points
  • Internet kiosks and paid printing (before and after Security)
  • Multi-faith prayer rooms
  • Pharmacy
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Accessibility

  • Autism awareness scheme
  • Disabled parking
  • Disabled Go visual guides for airport facilities
  • Step-free access
  • To arrange airport assistance, contact your airline or travel agent 48 hours before you travel. A highly detailed guide to accessible facilities is available on the airport website.
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Restaurants

There's a bar and half a dozen cafés in the Domestic Arrivals hall, and a burger bar and coffee shop in International Arrivals.
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Shopping

Duty-free shopping is available in International Arrivals. After Customs you'll find a convenience store where you can pick up groceries on your way out of the airport. There's a newsstand too.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage
  • Changing rooms
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
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Accessibility

  • Autism awareness scheme
  • Disabled parking
  • Disabled Go visual guides for airport facilities
  • Step-free access
  • To arrange airport assistance, contact your airline or travel agent 48 hours before you travel. A highly detailed guide to accessible facilities is available on the airport website.

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