Designed for business travellers and mobile workers, the business lounge features a range of professional co-working spaces, private workstations called ThinkPods, mobile phone charging points, secure WiFi and cloud-based printing and copying facilities.
Feedback from the airport’s retailers, airlines and external businesses points to particularly high demand for the meeting rooms within the international hub airport, which are available in a range of sizes and are bookable by the hour.
Stephen Wilkinson, Heathrow’s Property Director said: “We are delighted to announce that Regus Express at Terminal 5 is open, offering retailers, businesses and mobile workers a professional environment for working or meeting.”
Phil Kemp, Global Managing Director of Regus Third Place commented: “This is the first Regus Express location at a UK airport, and we envisage it becoming a popular touch-down point and meeting venue for a wide variety of users, not just airport passengers.
“We are working with various partners to extend the Regus Express network so that people can work productively wherever they are, from train stations, motorway service areas and petrol stations to shopping centres and universities.”
There are two ways to access Regus Express centres:
• Pay-as-you-go access priced at is £8 per hour /£40 per day
• Regus Businessworld Gold membership at £35 per month, which provides drop-in access to Regus’ UK network of business lounges including Regus Express.
Regus is the global workspace provider, with 300 business centres in the UK alone and a worldwide network across 104 countries.