I always look forward to designer shopping in Terminal 5. If I fancy a new Burberry bag, a Harrods teddy for my niece or a new pair of shoes, I find Heathrow Terminal 5 designer stores so convenient and a bit of retail therapy does wonders in whiling away airport boredom.
Stroll through Terminal 5 and it’s almost like you are in a flashy modern Bond Street or Knightsbridge, with many of the major players and no security men hovering around you. Admittedly the ranges are limited to a selection of bag accessories rather than full-on clothing, but I can always something find sparkling and irresistible.
Apparently, Mulberry’s airport stores are among its best performers. Four of Burberry’s 11 UK stores are in airports, targeting the luxury traveling consumer. Certainly, I will be flashing Platinum Amex on my next trip through Terminal 5 in a couple of weeks with the usual glee!
Book with British Airways, the only airline that uses Heathrow Terminal 5, to experience the joys of Terminal 5 designer shopping.
I have also put together a useful overview of Terminal 5 British Airways Lounges.
Designer shops in Terminal 5 include:
- Dolce Gabbana
- Kurt Geiger
- Mont Blanc
- Paul Smith Globe
- Sunglasses Hut
- Ted Baker
- Thomas Pink
- Tiffany & Co
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