Airport lounges massively reduce the stress of flying, particularly at busy airports like Heathrow and Gatwick. Paying for lounge passes can be expensive and when I originally wrote this article, Dragon Pass offered a discount code.
I have now updated my article and outline below, the best way of buying into the nearest airport lounge at a discounted cost.
To get hold of a Priority Pass, you buy membership from PriorityPass.com, you can get an American Express Platinum card (which entitles you to 2 complementary Priority Passes), you can join Leaders Club Unlimited (which entitles you to 1 standard Priority Pass = 10 complementary lounge access passes per anum) or you can enjoy three hours in ‘Aspire, the Lounge and Spa at LHR T5’ for £35 when booked in advance at executivelounges.com or for £40 at reception on the day subject to availability.
Heathrow’s lounges include:
Terminal 2 Plaza Premium Lounge (departures)
Terminal 2 Plaza Premium Lounge (arrivals)
Terminal 3 Serviceair Lounge
Terminal 4 Plaza Premium Lounge (departures)
Terminal 5 Aspire Lounge
Read my other airport lounge reviews.
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