British Airways' premium passengers will be able to enjoy 15 minutes of 'heaven on earth' in the new Terminal 5 at London Heathrow Airport
before they fly. The airline's new spa partner Elemis has developed an exclusive range of treatments that will be available in British Airways'
luxury new lounge complex in Terminal 5.
The treatments developed to revive or relax include facials, foot, head, shoulder and back massages and specialist therapies delivered on a
state-of-the-art Intelligent Massage Chair. The facials can be tailored to each individual's skin type from Flight Rehydrator, to S.O.S. Skin
Saver, and Anti-Age Wrinkle Control. Each treatment has been devised to leave skin radiantly rejuvenated.
The Elemis Travel Spas have been designed to create calm, using controlled lighting and natural materials like wood and slate, together
with layers of fabric to create depth and privacy around the treatment areas.
Elemis MD Sean Harrington,
said, "The Terminal 5 Elemis Travel Spas have been developed to offer customers a calming experience before
or after their flight. The space is a haven for passengers to relax in and the bespoke 15-minute exclusive British Airways therapies have
been devised for travel delivering maximum results in minimum time in a unique airport spa environment."
British Airways' lounges complex, known as 'Galleries', is for the exclusive use of up to 2,500 British Airways premium passengers and top tier members of the
oneworld alliance's frequent flyer schemes.
Gary Ranns, British Airways' lounges manager,
said, "Terminal 5 will be a fantastic experience for our customers and a stunning showcase
for UK PLC. It is a truly modern, iconic building with facilities like our fabulous suite of lounges, which will make travelling a pleasure again
and not a chore."
The Galleries feature Swarovski chandeliers and furnishings by Osborne & Little, fabulous Elemis Travel Spas and an arrivals lounge with
94 Hansgrohe shower rooms. There are also private cabanas that can be pre-booked by First class passengers.
Frequent flyers with British Airways can also cool down with a glass of bubbly at the Gold bar featuring intricate gold leafing, and all British
Airways passengers can enjoy the bespoke artwork on display or indulge in a lavish shopping experience in any one of the multiple
designer boutiques. Every element of the terminal has been designed to evoke calm and relaxation.
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