Heathrow Airport Hotels - for the night before your flight

Heathrow Airport Lounges

Heathrow Airport Lounges

London Heathrow Airport
234 Bath Road, Harlington, Middlesex, UB3 5AP


Book a Heathrow Airport Lounge in Advance

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Escape the airport crowds from only £17.95 per person.

We offer you the facility to pre book your airport lounges at heathrow online with instant confirmation.

Pre booking your Heathrow airport lounges is strongly reccommended as the lounges at Heathrow airport get full very quickly.

It's not much fun sitting in a crowded airport terminal in the height of summer, especially if your flight has been delayed. Treat yourself to the quiet comfort of a lounge normally reserved for business class passengers. Sit back and enjoy complimentary:

Each lounge is designed using imaginative textures and colours and make use of natural light and natural materials to provide a tranquil environment where you can relax, work, have a drink or just catch up with the news - it's your choice.

Important Information

Disabled access may vary in some locations, please check your individual requirements prior to booking.

Lounges located after Passport Control are not suitable for passengers on domestic flights unless stated otherwise.

For security reasons if you need to leave the lounge, you must take any luggage with you even if you wish to return.

Lounges have a smart casual dress code and expect reasonable behaviour from guests. Lounge staff reserve the right to refuse admission.

Smoking arrangements vary from lounge to lounge.

There is a charge for champagne. Other drinks and snacks are provided free of charge.

Lounge staff may announce your flight but cannot guarantee to do so. All lounges have flight information screens and you are responsible for catching your flight.

You may arrive at the lounge up to 3 hours before your flight time. Entry prior to this time will be at the discretion of the lounge staff.

In lounges which permit children they must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Heathrow is the world's busiest international airport. Heathrow is also the world's second busiest cargo port. Regarded as the hub of the aviation world, over 90 airlines have made Heathrow their base.

Terminal 1 began operating in 1968 and was formally opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in May 1969. All Heathrow's domestic flights operate from Terminal 1, as well as European and long-haul destinations.

Terminal 2 was Heathrow's first terminal. Opened in 1955, it was originally named the Europa Building.

Terminal 3 opened in 1961 then Terminal 4 in 1986, making it Heathrow's newest terminal.

On 20 November 2001, the Government announced its decision to approve the building of Heathrow's Terminal 5. T5 will allow Heathrow to maintain its position as Europe's leading international hub airport and provide much needed state-of-the-art facilities to help meet the future demand to fly.