Guide to Heathrow Airport Terminal 5

Heathrow Airport Terminal 5
Heathrow Airport Terminal 5a (Image Credit: Heathrow)

Heathrow Terminal 5 is one of the busiest airport terminals in the world, serving millions of passengers every year. With so many people passing through, it's important to know what facilities are available to make your journey as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

Whether you're looking to shop for last-minute souvenirs, grab a bite to eat before your flight or simply relax in a comfortable lounge, Heathrow Terminal 5 has plenty of options available. Let's take a closer look at some of the facilities that you can enjoy during your time at this bustling airport.

Heathrow Terminal 5 is not only one of the largest airport terminals in the world but also a shopping and dining destination in its own right. With an array of shops, eateries, and relaxation spots, travellers can indulge in some retail therapy or grab a bite to eat before their flight.

From luxury fashion boutiques to high-street brands, there is something for everyone at Terminal 5. Whether you're looking for the latest designer handbag or a souvenir to take home, the shops at Terminal 5 have got you covered.

Chanel at Heathrow Airport
Chanel at Heathrow Airport (Image Credit: Heathrow)

If it some beachwear try Accesorize, Sunglasses Hut for, well… sunglasses. Inmotion will see you right for travel electronics and gadgets, WH Smiths for your reading material and don't forget the sunscreen from Boots.

Fashionistas are well catered for with household names such as Tommy Hilfiger, Boss, Calvin Klein and JD Sports to name but a few.

When it comes to dining options, the terminal boasts an impressive selection of restaurants and cafes serving up everything from quick bites to fine dining experiences. And if you need some time to relax before your flight, there are plenty of lounges and quiet areas where you can unwind and recharge.

Traditional pub lovers are well catered for with no less than four offerings. Pilots, the Crown Rivers, The Globe and Vagabond all have something different to temp you along with other favourites like Wagamama and Giraffe, upmarket dining at Fortnum & Mason or Caviar House & Prunier Seafood there is no shortage of choice as you wait for you gate to be called.

Of course, if all you need is your coffee fix, then look no further than Costa, Caffe Nero, Starbucks or Pret A Manger.

So, whether you're in transit or have some time before your flight, be sure to explore all that Heathrow Terminal 5 has to offer - from shopping and dining to relaxation and more.

Check back regularly and stay informed about the latest outlets available.

Correct as of July 2023.