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.
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.
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.
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.
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.