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Article from BTNews 22 AUGUST 2011

T3 lounge at Heathrow

Terminal 3 at Heathrow has a new airside lounge which boasts a spa, game rooms, à la carte dining and even sleeping facilities.  The facility has been put together by the London-based company, No. 1 Traveller, which already has lounges at Gatwick and Stansted airports.  It is located on the former Japan Airlines lounge site, situated above Gate 11 with panoramic views of the runway.

Entry costs £30 on the door per adult, and £25 if booked in advance online.  There are discount rates available for 2-11 year-olds, and toddlers (under two years) can enter for free.  The price includes a selection of hot and cold food, coffee, juice, wine and beer.  You can also enjoy the use of a mini-cinema, family room, relaxation areas and wi-fi.

The “Fun areas” for children are surrounded by soundproof glass walls, ensuring that any noise from these areas will not disturb other passengers.

At the end of the lounge there is a travel spa service which offers massage, nail and hair dressing treatments which are individually priced.

Those looking to get a quick nap will have to wait until September when the 12 room facility is due to open. www.no1lounges.com

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