In this trip report, I review Heathrow Airport Lounges in London Heathrow Terminal 3 & 5. These include the British Airways Lounges because Terminal 5 is exclusive to British Airways. I have flown with British Airways many times and I have also reviewed my British Airways First Class flights and my British Airways Business Class flights.
Which lounge is best? Well, it has to be the Concorde Room at Heathrow which offers iconic styling and a much more serene environment than the busy Galleries Lounges. The prize for the best Airport Lounges in the world does, however, probably go to Qatar Airways for it’s jaw-dropping Al Safwa First Class Lounge in Doha’s new Hamad International Airport.
You will find all my London Heathrow Airport lounge reviews below starting with those in Heathrow Terminal 5 with the Concorde Room & First Lounge (pictured above) for First passengers and the Galleries Lounges for those travelling in Club. I have also included the Aspire lounge which is the paid or Priority Pass lounge that you can use out of this terminal in you are travelling in Economy. I have reviewed the Terminal 3 British Airways, Qantas and Aspire Lounges.
I have also reviewed other British Airways Airport Lounges around the world separately.
British Airways has four Club Lounges in London Heathrow Terminal 5. The most accessible are the Galleries Club South and Galleries Club North lounges, open to First or Club class passengers (including Club Europe) and Gold or Silver members of BA’s Executive Club.… Read More.
The British Airways Galleries First Lounge in Heathrow Terminal 5 is spacious, embraces the daylight, and has a lot of food on display: a fresh soup bar, hot and cold entrees, lots of snacks, full coffee stations with all sorts… Read More.
In this article, I review the British Airways Galleries Club South Lounge in Heathrow Terminal 5. I have already visited and reviewed the British Airways Galleries Club North Lounge in Terminal 5 (and the Aspire Lounge in Heathrow Terminal 5),… Read More.
Priority Pass and similar schemes which enable you to buy into club lounges do not work in Terminal 5. Terminal 5 deals exclusively with British Airways flights and the only way you can gain access to the club lounges in… Read More.
I have mentioned in a number of previous articles that you no longer need to be a premium British Airways card holder or need to travel in business or first class to access an airport lounge in Heathrow Terminal 5. You… Read More.
We reviewed the British Airways Galleries Club Lounge in Heathrow Terminal 3 before my recent flight (June 2016) on Japan Airlines in Business Class from London Heathrow to Tokyo. JAL does not have it’s own airport lounge in Terminal 3,… Read More.
Qantas’ will launch their new flagship airport lounge at London Heathrow Terminal 3 in September 2016 and you can see preliminary pictures above and below. This will be the first dedicated Qantas lounge at Heathrow, and judging by the photos,… Read More.
I also compare British Airways Club World Vs Virgin Atlantic Upper Class, American Airlines Vs British Airways and British Airways Vs Emirates Vs Etihad Vs Qatar, Best First Class Airline and the best airlines to fly to Europe in Business Class.
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