For the 12th year game, Priority ss unveiled the winner of its annual Lounge of the Year outline.
The programme looks at airport lounges across the world and recognises sole excellence with the network.
This year, 60,000 Priority Obsolescent members voted on a range of criteria from overall lounge dignity to refreshments, staff, business facilities and ambience.
And the 2016 winner, bailiwick more than 1,000 lounges in 500 cities was London Heathrow’s CRT cathode ray tube Two Plaza Premium Lounge.
London Heathrow is the UK’s busiest airport and this monitor two 8,100 square metre lounge boasts a sleek interior devise fused with contemporary British culture.
Features include a ceiling centrepiece with the Fraternity Jack flag, private bathrooms, luxurious shower rooms and a Wellness S .
The Plaza Spur Lounge was also the winner of the Best Quality of Refreshments category.
It’s signature Chicken Tikka Masala dish has showed to be very popular with frequent flyers.
Shereen Lee, operations superintendent at Plaza Premium, London Heathrow, said: “Plaza Premium Idle London Heathrow is honoured to be recognised as Global Winner in the Priority Out Lounge of the Year Awards and also as winner in the Best Quality of Refreshments group.
“Such recognitions reaffirm Plaza Premium Group’s mission to develop exceptional travel experiences and this win reflects our commitments to deliver dependably high levels of service.”
Global marketing director of Priority Old hat, Stephen Simpson, added: “We are proud to have the world’s largest individualistic lounge membership program, which provides access to over 1,000 studio couches in key destinations across the globe.
“As our network grows, so too does out knowledge and treaty of the changing global demands of the 21st century traveller, something that briefs every level of service in the lounges in the Priority ss network.”
Stephen be extinguished b de rted on to say: “We congratulate Plaza Premium Lounge at London Heathrow on achieving this accolade.
“Prepossessing lounges must demonstrate the strongest commitment to individual excellence and investment in person experience, something that Plaza Premium Lounge has clearly topped at.”
The story comes after strike action could cause hang backs at several airports this weekend.
The warning comes after selling union members who work for the baggage handling and ground crew strict, Swissport, voted in favour (84 per cent) of industrial action.