The No1 Lounge in Terminal 3 at London Heathrow is a decent Priority Pass Lounge that is worth a visit if you want a light meal before your flight.
Having had quite enough of the British Airways Galleries Lounge nearby, I decided to check out this lounge. It is open to anyone who has a Priority Pass card as well as business and first class passengers of a number of airlines operating out of T3.
Although quite crowded, I liked it. You’ll see most picture below have other passengers in it, so be prepared for that.
But the lounge has a number of features that I like. First, I like the a la carte dining options. A menu provides a mix of complimentary items and items you must pay for. The same is true for alcoholic drinks at the bar. Wanting some lunch, I helped myself to a bowl of salad and almonds from the buffet, ordered a cappuccino (barista-made), and then ordered a spinach and ricotta pasta shell.
I liked the food.
If you like coffee, skip the coffee machines and ask for barista-made coffee at the bar.
The lounge also has a spa. Prices are outrageous, but if you are so inclined, its nice to at least have the options. Clean showers are also available, although I cannot vouch for the pressure or temperature of the water.
A playroom for children is available:
Two desktop computers are also available:
The lounge is open daily from 04:30am to 10:30pm. It’s a nice enough lounge and has decent food if you don’t mind the crowds (which come and go in herds).