Cathay Pacific has unveiled its First and Business Class Lounge at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 3 following an extensive renovation.

The lounge features separate First and Business Class areas and is the airline’s only lounge outside of Hong Kong with these distinct zones.

At 1,200sq.m, the new London lounge is 30% larger than its predecessor, with floor-to-ceiling windows providing panoramic views of the airport’s apron and northerly runway.

The carrier’s general manager product, James Evans said: “Our new Heathrow lounge was designed to enable our customers to travel well. Our aim was to provide our passengers with a tranquil haven to relax before boarding their flights to Hong Kong and we hope our customers are as enthusiastic about the new lounge as we are.”

With careful attention on food and beverage, the Heathrow lounge ensures First Class passengers are well catered for. In addition to The Dining Room, which offers table service with freshly prepared dishes made-to-order by the chef, there is also The Pantry, where visitors can enjoy grab and go delicacies with items changing throughout the day.

The Business Class area features the airline’s signature Noodle Bar, a favourite among passengers seeking authentic Chinese delights, while The Food Hall - a vibrant space offering a range of Western and international dishes – includes traditional British fare.

The lounge is further equipped with bespoke Solo Chairs, eight shower suites and The Bureau for those looking for somewhere quiet to work.

The lounge is open to First and Business Class passengers, Silver or above Marco Polo Club members, plus Sapphire or above oneworld members.

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