Overall Rating: 8/10
A flagship BA lounge, accessed on this occasion at 9:00 using a British Airways Silver card with a BA flight. Having regularly visited the adjacent BA T3 First Class lounge, I actually prefer the Business Lounge offering (OneWorld Sapphire and above). The lounge is far larger and lighter, though the food and drink offering is slightly inferior.
A reasonable selection of breakfast items. Pastries (croissants, Danish pastries & choclatines). Fruit, yoghurt and cereals. Bacon and egg rolls (First Class lounge additionally has a hot food buffet with sausages, bacon, eggs, hash browns etc).
A full selection of beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and cocktails are available with self service. Champagne available to order from the staff, but still complimentary (First Class lounge additionally has self serve champagne and more premium whiskey, such as JW Blue Lanel and Glenlivet 15).
Wifi and Power:
Lounge wifi with password. This changes every month, and is available on the BA app and screens.
Power plugs are available throughout the lounge.
Views and Comfort:
Very comfortable, modern chairs. Large lounge and recently renovated (2016). The lounge has windows that overlook the apron and runway, though only a few seats face this way. Lounge got very busy, even on a Saturday morning.