March 16, 2015

Review: British Airways Concorde Room, Terminal 5 South Concourse (LHR)

Short trip to Las Vegas, New York and Atlanta Flying First Class on Asiana and British Airways

Asiana Airlines First Class, Frankfurt-Seoul
Asiana Airlines First Class, Seoul-Los Angeles
Spending Two Nights in Las Vegas
United Club, Las Vegas (LAS)
United Club, Houston (IAH)
New York, The City That Never Sleeps
US Airways Club (LGA)
US Airways First Class, LaGuardia-Charlotte
US Airways Club (CLT)
US Airways First Class, Charlotte-Atlanta
Country Inn & Suites by Carlson
24 Hours in Atlanta
The Club at ATL (ATL)
British Airways First Class, Atlanta-London
British Airways The Concorde Room
British Airways Business Class, London-Stockholm


Location: Terminal 5 South Concourse, turn right after security control
Access: First Class passengers and Concorde Card holders
Opening hours: Daily, until last departure

The Concorde Room seating area

The Concorde Room dining area

The Concorde Room bar

The Concorde Room seating area

The Concorde Room seating

The Concorde Room seating

The Concorde Room, view of tarmac

The Concorde Room cabana

The Concorde Room cabana

The Concorde Room cabana

The Concorde Room toilet

CONCLUSION

This is really a very nice lounge considering that London is the hub of British Airways. With luxurious furniture and beautiful chandeliers, you will surely feel like you are inside a boutique hotel. The food and drinks selections looked great as well. The free treatment at the Elemis Travel Spa was definitely a plus and that treatments can actually be pre-booked within 28 days of departure if flying in first class. Unfortunately I didn't know about this before my flight so when I came to book a treatment, it was already fully booked and that I had to wait a few hours. Hope to try it next time though. The staff were also very friendly and helpful. Overall, a very nice lounge worth visiting.