Located in Terminal 2 at London Heathrow, or also known as The Queen’s Terminal, the Lufthansa Business Senator Lounge offers passengers travelling in premium classes on Star Alliance carriers with a private space to lounge and relax before a flight.
The lounge is also accessible to Star Alliance Gold passengers too.
I was travelling in Suites on Singapore Airlines that evening, but decided to check this lounge out before heading to the SilverKris Lounge. I was promptly admitted to the lounge upon presenting my boarding pass.
My first impression was that the lounge was very large and dressed in natural tones. There was the usual departures schedule right next to a full shelf of literature to choose from.
The lounge seemed to cater a lot of space for business travellers, with private cubicles where you can make phone calls, and work desks fitted with lots of power sockets.
But of course, even busy people get hungry. The food and beverage spread was typical of most other airline lounges, but nothing special.
There were lots of seating available, with sofas spread out across most of the expanse of space in the lounge. Service was great as the staff regularly cleared out used plates and cutlery.
Elite members also have access to the Senator Lounge, which I decided to check out too. The feeling was a little more cozy due to its smaller footprint, and it was visibly more packed than the Business Lounge up in front.
The choice of lighting also created a more warm atmosphere.
The food and beverage selection was comparable to the Business Lounge.
Some high chair seating was also available for guests.
Lufthansa has done it right with their lounge here at London Heathrow. With many flights operating out of The Queen’s Terminal by Star Alliance carriers, the expected number of passengers moving through this lounge can get pretty large on a daily basis. The large open spaces afforded by this lounge will make your pre-departure experience a pleasant one.