Aspire Lounge – first and only independent lounge in London Heathrows Terminal 5
There is something new, new in London Heathrow’s Terminal 5, the home of British Airways. BA operated most of her flight out of Terminal 5 (and three) and is nearly the only airline operates in Terminal 5. Keep this facts in your mind and you will understand why there is no other than British Airways Lounges in Terminal 5.
If you are flying British Airways and do not sitting in the Premium Cabins or being a Oneworld Frequent Flyer (Saphire or Emerald), you can’t use any lounges in T5. There is no chance to pay for an entry to a BA lounge.
British Airways has three huge lounges (in T5A), one Terraces Lounge on each side of the terminal (open for Oneworld Saphire, another First Class Lounge (open for Fist Pax or one world Emerald) and the –> Concorde Room (open only for FirstClass passenger or Concord Cardholders).
But now, the waiting time is over and the first independent lounge open in T5A. –> Link
anyone, flying out of T5 / connecting in T5 could buy and lounge pass and enter the lounge. If you a priority pass member, the Aspire lounge also is a PriorityPass Lounge. If so, you could use the lounge with your membership.
prices based on a 3hrs stay in the lounge and will be 40 GBP (ca.53 EUR) for every pax who want to enter. kids (older than 2 years) have to pay the same price.
If you book in advance (I highly recommend this, because the lounge isn’t that big and filling up quickly) you will receive a 5 pounds discount, booking with this link: –> Aprire Lounge booking
If you want to use the showers, booking is necessary and you have to pay an additional 20 GBP.
the lounge is open from 5am tis 11pm, 7days a week
food and drinks
the food was OK, but nothing special, coffee ok but not that good.
Available from opening to 11:00am
The Aspire Breakfast Roll
Choose a fresh crusty roll and fill it with
Cumberland Sausage, Crispy Back Bacon or Scrambled Egg
Choice of Organic Yoghurts
Fresh Fruit Salad
Juicy apple, orange, grape, melon and pineapple
Selection of Cereals
Freshly baked Danish Pastries
Available from 11:00am until close
(unless otherwise stated)
Afternoon Tea for One or Two
(served between 12noon-17:00)
Help yourself to one of our two-tiered platters or create your own from:
Sandwiches, Pork Pies, Scotch Eggs, Victoria Sponge Cake, Carrot Cake, Chocolate Cake
Hot Miniature Pies
Choice of Beef and Ale or Chicken and Tarragon
Soup of the Day
Pasta of the Day
(served 17:00 to close)
Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese Bagel
British Cheese Board
Choose from Cornish Brie, Blue Stilton, Red Leicester, Cheddar
Mediterranean Pasta, Moroccan Couscous, Leaf Salad, Coleslaw, Potato Salad, Sliced Cucumber, Cherry Tomatoes, Sliced Wiltshire Ham
Scones, clotted cream and jam
Double Chocolate Muffin
Hand Cooked Crisps
Sea Salted, Cider Vinegar & Sea Salt, Red Leicester & Onion
Complimentary Soft Drinks
Simply help yourself to:
Coca Cola®, Diet Coke®, Lemonade, Still / Sparkling Water, Tonic / Slimline Tonic Water, Ginger Ale, Bitter Lemon, Soda Water
Orange Juice, Apple Juice, Pineapple Juice, Cranberry Juice, Grapefruit Juice, Tomato Juice
Tea & Coffee
Speciality Teas, Selection of Coffees
Complimentary Alcoholic Drinks
NEW Draught Birra Moretti, London Pride Ale, Guinness, Selection of Continental Lagers
Cambio 7 Sauvignon Blanc, Conti Rossi Pinot Grigio, Argento Malbec Rosé, Saam Pinotage, El Collectivo Malbec, Coni Neri Prosecco
Gordons Gin, Belvedere Vodka, Martell VS Cognac, Dows Ruby Port, Bacardi White Rum, Martini Rosso, Martini Extra Dry, Baileys Irish Cream
EXCLUSIVE TO ASPIRE Spey Whisky
12 year old single malt or Chairmans Choice single malt
Available to Purchase
Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut – £34.99
Mai Tai – £5.99
Cosmopolitan – £5.99
Elderflower Collins – £5.99
Espresso Martini – £5.99
Sensational Sauvignon Blanc – £10
The French Affair – £13
Brave New World – £10
The Jet Set – £13
Food and drink items are subject to seasonal variation and may differ from booking date to travel date
the new aspire lounge is an option for all economy passenger, flying BA out of T5 and aren’t frequent flyers with access to a BA lounge. The lounge was empty in the morning but very packed arounds 11am weekdays.