Airport Lounges

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Lounges are open to British Airways passengers in First, Club World or Club Europe, or those who are a Silver or Gold member of the British Airways Executive Club (not all lounges are open to all of those groups). There are no lounges in Terminal 5 open to the general public. For those who are able to use them, the lounges offer a welcome retreat from the busy terminal, with complimentary food and drink (including alcohol), internet access and spacious seating areas.

The Concorde Room:

This is an elegant lounge for BA First customers, with luxury furniture and chandeliers, designed to be reminiscent of a boutique hotel. Facilities include a bar, business suite, private cabanas and dining areas, and a viewing terrace.

The Elemis Travel Spa:

The spa offers showers and a menu of complimentary two hour spa treatments to BA First and Club World passengers, and Gold Executive Club members if flying long haul.

Galleries First:

Available to First and Gold Executive Club members. Facilities include a bar, coffee house, children’s area, work and entertainment zone, refectory and deli, and free wifi.

Galleries Club:

Open to First, Club World, Club Europe and Gold and Silver Executive Club members. The Galleries Club offers a twenty seat cinema, drinks and light meals.

Terraces Lounge:

Open to First, Club World, Club Europe and Gold and Silver Executive Club members. Modern and stylish, the Terraces Lounge includes a wine bar, restaurant, and dedicated work and entertainment zone.

Arrivals Lounge:

This is designed as place to relax and refresh after a long flight. The Arrivals Lounge is open to First and Club World customers, and Gold Executive club members on a long haul flight. Facilities include showers, food and drink, and a work area.

 For further details of all the lounges, go to the British Airways website.

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