If you’re arriving into Terminal 2 at London Heathrow with a Priority Pass card, stop by the Plaza Premium Arrivals Lounge for coffee or a meal after your flight.
This lounge is geared nicely for economy class travelers. Instead of waking up to eat the meager pre-arrival breakfast and wretched excuse for coffee, just sleep in and enjoy a nice cup of coffee and breakfast here. A shower as well if you want it.
I suppose that same logic applies to all classes of travel and it’s a great benefit in particular if you wish to maximize sleep onboard.
After entering the UK and walking through baggage claim, you’ll see the lounge outside (near the United Arrivals Lounge).
This is a much smaller lounge than the departures lounge in Terminal 2. The lounge includes a large room with a seating and dining area and long bar. Food and drink can be ordered from the bar (menu below).
Several UK power ports are available throughout the lounge.
The cappuccino was so enjoyable…I had three.
Showers are available (and complimentary for Priority Pass cardholders). Sleeping room and massages are also available, though those cost extra. Separate restrooms are located behind the dining room.
Which is better, the United Arrivals Lounge or this one? I prefer United, but the Plaza Premium Lounge is much easier to gain access to.
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Personally, I prefer the T4 arrivals lounge to this one. It’s larger, has a better menu, has more spacious shower suites, and has servers. T2 isn’t bad, but it can get crowded and the shower suites are really tight. Too bad T4 is a bit of a trek to/from the other terminals. Haven’t used the T3 arrivals lounge, since AFAIK, it’s not part of PP. Still, it’s nice to be able to eat and shower after a long flight.
Was there last year, caesar salad and tikka masala were excellent.
Just used this lounge on Friday morning after my quick flight from Munich. I am relatively behind the points game and recently got the Chase Sapphire Reserve card which allowed me access with Priority Pass. I would imagine it was due to my early arrival into London (9am) that the place was packed. The sofa was packed and all the chairs in the rear were also taken. I ended up just sitting at the bar and had an espresso and muffin before catching the Express into the city.
Would be nice if it was usable by a person waiting in arrivals for a person to disembark. Perhaps limited to half hour or an hour. But I guess how do you price it ?!
Just like the lounge at the T5 Sofitel it would get abused by selfish people 🙁 and is why we can’t have nice things 🙁