Lounge operator Plaza Premium Group has revealed that its new arrivals lounge will open at London Heathrow’s Terminal 4 in late March.

Following this, another lounge is set to open landside at Terminals 3 later this year. This will join the group’s existing lounge collection, which includes the group’s Terminal 2 arrivals lounge, opened in 2014. See our round-up of Heathrow lounges.

The T4 arrivals lounge will accommodate 75 people, offering a lounge and bar, multi-function room and 25 luxury shower rooms. Details of the lounge at Terminal 3 have yet to be revealed, though provisional plans are to open later this year.

Commenting on the new lounges, founder and CEO of Plaza Premium Group, Song Hoi-see said:

“The concept of the Plaza Premium arrivals lounge was driven by a desire to do something for the majority. Having arrivals lounges benefits not only travellers both before and after their flight but also family and friends who are waiting for someone to arrive into the airport.

“Our arrivals lounges are designed to bring convenience, comfort and value to passengers who are looking to combat travel ailments, awaken their senses and revitalise their mind and body after a long flight. Our goal is to make every journey enjoyable not only on departure, but also upon arrival.”

The lounges will also feature a new healthy, “herbs and seeds-inspired” dining experience, called Flight Club.

“Our Flight Club concept is something that we are very proud of and have seen huge success with when it initially launched in Kuala Lumpur last year,” Song Hoi-see added. “We want to encourage people to embrace a healthy lifestyle, even if they are frequent travellers.”

Plaza Premium Lounges currently operate airside in Terminals 2 and 4 and landside in Terminal 2. The group has planned a number of new openings, including a T5A airside lounge to be unveiled in the second half of 2017.