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Heathrow Lounge
Post: #1
I am booked on Spirit of India departing on 1st March, could you advise which lounge we will use a table Heathrow please,
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Post: #2
Hi

We use a couple of different lounges for different departure dates, the lounge used for your holiday will be confirmed in your final documents.

I hope you have a fantastic time in India! I did this tour a couple of years ago and still rave about the experience to friends.

Warmest regards,

Julia
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Post: #3
I'm flying around 11am, will I be able to get a breakfast in the Lounge or should I eat before? What can I expect to find - never been in one before Big Grin .

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Post: #4
Hi D,

The lounge is a nice place to sit down and relax before your flight (that''s if you've had enough of perusing the shops). Most lounges will offer unlimited complimentary refreshments and snacks. Speaking from my own experience (not that of the company), I used one a few years ago and certainly didn't go hungry.

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Julia
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Post: #5
(07/01/2020, 03:44 PM)DCLeigh Wrote: I'm flying around 11am, will I be able to get a breakfast in the Lounge or should I eat before? What can I expect to find - never been in one before Big Grin .

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D

Hi, I just found this info, looks like snacks only provided, hope it's helpful
https://secure.heathrow.com/book.asp?WCI...%20faq_lge
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Post: #6
D,
I used a lounge at Heathrow in 2013 on what was my first ever foreign holiday (Hong Kong) where everything was a complete mystery to me at airports. The buffet, drinks (including wine) and fruit were constantly replenished. Short haul flights since then have been a little boring! The only thing was that there wasn't any announcements so keep your eye on the departure screens.
Have a nice holiday.
Alan
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Post: #7
The lounges are nice and comfy to relax in, but from my experiences, the emphasis is on snacks. Don’t expect a full english.
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Post: #8
I've been in two different lounges with just you tours the aspire lounge is best as if at breakfast it's a buffet full English and lunch is also buffet the other lounge think its called number one lounge has some things you help yourself to like cereal, pastries, fruit etc but then you can have one bacon roll or one round of toast (only been in this one at breakfast) my personal choice is the aspire lounge but you never know until you get your pass in your final documents. 

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