Review: No1 Lounge London Heathrow Terminal 3 in winter 2020.
Access and Location
The Lounge is located in the lounges area, section F so it is very easy to find.
This is a third party lounge so everyone can buy access at the door or you may enter with your Priority Pass. Be advised that you should make a reservation beforehand, as the lounge can become crowded and you will not be granted access otherwise. Interesting fact, Finnair sends its business class customers to the No1 Lounge Heathrow, despite the fact that they could use any other oneworld lounge.
Seating options in the main room are not ideal, as you only have some big tables with sofas and chairs around them and they are all quite close to one another. However, you can find a couple of “living rooms” which are very nice to sit in and relax. Power outlets are widely available.
Food & Drinks
In terms of food, everyone entering can choose one hot dish from a menu handed out to you when entering. The dish has to be ordered at the bar, which is a challenge itself as I probably never encountered bar staff more unfriendly and inattentive. Even a simple “Hello” was too much. I opted in for the Avocado egg muffin which was okay. For the rest you have a very limited choice of a few cold dishes or let's say snacks (biscuits, fruits and cookies).
Soft drinks at the No1 Lounge Heathrow can be grabbed near the buffet, and alcoholic drinks at the bar (good luck here if all bar members are as “attentive” as ours)
WiFi is available in the No1 Lounge Heathrow free of charge but of poor quality. They offer spa treatments and even some day rooms for an additional charge which is a nice touch.
To make it simple, unless you want a spa treatment or use the day rooms, I recommend using another lounge of the many and avoid the No1 Lounge London Heathrow Terminal 3.