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    Aspire Lounge, London Heathrow Terminal 3 Review

    Aspire Lounge, London Heathrow Terminal 3 Review

    Ahead of a recent flight out of London Heathrow Terminal 3, we decided to pay a visit to the Club Aspire airport lounge for a bit of rest and relaxation ahead of our onward journey. The Club Aspire lounge is a joint venture airport lounge, owned by Swissport and Airport Dimensions. With a wealth of aviation experience between them, the two companies have cleverly joined forces to provide a quiet haven for passengers travelling through the terminal.

    The lounge itself is open plan in layout, with the focal point being the centre island where the food is served. There are numerous tables and comfy corners where you can spend your time before your flight, as well as more private pods where you can relax. There are handy charging points dotted around in abundance throughout the lounge, which are really useful for recharging your devices ahead of your journey; and there’s free wi-fi available for entertainment or work purposes during your time spent in the lounge.

    In fact, if you are travelling for business, this is a great lounge. With both a dedicated Business Zone which is positioned as an “office away from the office”, as well as a rest zone; regardless of your schedule, you can be sure this lounge will suit your needs. Showers are also available in the lounge at an additional charge.

    “Airport lounges really do help to take the stress out of travelling, and Club Aspire is no exception.”

    Aside from being a comfortable place to rest and relax away from the hustle and bustle of the main terminal, Club Aspire also offers a great array of food and drink options that are all complimentary. The lounge offers a selection of wines and beers, as well as spirits. Exclusively, Club Aspire offers SPEY Tenné single malt whisky, which is a real treat for whiskey lovers. At an extra cost you can even have champagne. They also have a good selection of fruit juices and soft drinks, as well as much-required teas and coffees.

    You can help yourself to an array of different snacks from the self-serve area during your lounge visit. Breakfast time sees a hearty hot breakfast complete with bacon, sausage, vegetarian sausage, scrambled eggs and baked beans. There’s also a great continental selection of fruit, yoghurts, granola and pastries to name a few. From 11am, the lounge offers a selection of hot dishes such as chicken, bacon and white bean casserole or vegetable and bean tagine; as well as lighter options such as cheese and biscuits and salads.

    We were really impressed with our visit to Heathrow’s Club Aspire Lounge T3, and only have positive things to say overall. We would highly recommend this lounge as a great escape from the rest of the busy airport, and we were delighted to have somewhere to relax ahead of our flight. Airport lounges really do help to take the stress out of travelling, and Club Aspire is no exception. We would certainly recommend it, and look forward to returning in the future.

    Photos courtesy of Aspire Lounge, London Heathrow Terminal 3
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