10 OCTOBER 2011

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Article from BTNews 10 OCTOBER 2011

Heathrow Terminal 3 gets airside guest rooms

Transferring passengers with at least two hours to spare before a connecting flight can now take advantage of the UK’s first ever airside guest rooms operated by No.1 Traveller in Heathrow Terminal 3.

Building on the successful launch of No.1 Traveller’s flagship ‘super-lounge’ in Terminal 3, the airport hospitality specialist has now launched the facility accessible to all passengers departing from and transferring through Terminal 3.  Twelve en-suite cabin-style rooms are offered for stays of two or more hours, with a mini-bar, complimentary internet access, an internet phone and room service, plus infant cots available on request.  The bedrooms are perfectly suited to transferring passengers with a layover in the airport, giving travellers the opportunity to catch up on some sleep in soundproofed rooms and have a shower between flights.

The guest rooms are situated next to No.1 Traveller’s flagship lounge at Terminal 3.  The lounge boasts a broad and innovative range of facilities, many of which have never before been available to all passengers departing from or transferring through Heathrow Terminal 3.  These include the Snug (quiet room), two games rooms, showers, cinema, family room and a travel spa.  Each room costs £20 for a single or £30 for a twin room per hour. www.no1lounges.com

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