London Heathrow has revealed the full line-up of shops, restaurants and bars that will be in its new Terminal 2 when it opens in June.
Among the 64 retailers are Cath Kidston, London’s Pride by Fullers, Bottega Veneta, Michael Kors and a new restaurant created by four local female chefs called The Gorgeous Kitchen.
LHR’s competitive two-year tender process resulted in more than five proposals for each position, more than the number of bids the airport received for its 2008 Terminal 5 opening.
Max Vialou-Clark, Heathrow’s retail director said: “Terminal 2’s opening will introduce Heathrow passengers to a whole new experience when they fly with us.
“From a restaurant created by Michelin-starred Heston Blumenthal to everyone’s favourite, John Lewis, my team has really pushed the boundaries of what is expected from an airport.”
The retails spaces before security will be: Costa Coffee, Excess Baggage, The Flying Chariot by JD Wetherspoon, Travelex, and VAT Reclaim by Travelex.
In the departures lounge, immediately after security will be: Boots, Case luggage, Cath Kidston, Dixons, EAT, Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant, John Lewis, London’s Pride by Fullers, Moneycorp, Ted Baker, The Gorgeous Kitchen, Thomas Pink, Travelex, Sunglass Hut, WHSmith, Wondertree, Yo Sushi, and World Duty Free.
In the departures lounge, after security on the gate room level will be: Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Bvlgari, Ca’ppuccino, WHSmiths, Caviar House, Prunier, Harrods, Harrods – The fine watch room, Hugo Boss, Kurt Geiger, La Salle, Leon, Moneycorp, Mulberry, Paul Smith, Plaza Premium lounge, Prada, Smythson, Travelex, World Duty Free, and Michael Kors.
The arrivals level will feature: Boots, Caffe Nero, Excess Baggage Company, Marks & Spencer, Moneycorp, Tourist services by British Hotels and Reservations Centre, Travelex, World Duty Free, Caffe Nero – North, Caffe Nero – South, Sim Local, and WH Smiths.
Travelex and Moneycorp will be on the arrivals Level airside.
Terminal 2B satellite will contain a World Duty Free, Caffe Nero, WHSmith, Boot and Moneycorp.