Heathrow Terminal Three
Most flights out of terminal three are long-haul flights, although there are some flights to European destinations. Terminal three is used by 35 airlines, which carry around 15.5 million passengers every year.
Parking at Heathrow terminal three
Choose from a wide range of car parking at Heathrow airport terminal three. Holiday Extras selects car parks based on their value for money, security facilities and customer service record. All of the car parks and parking services that we offer are either at the airport or within a short transfer from terminal three.
Park and Ride options include Quality airport parking, Courtlands, the Long Stay car parks and Business Parking. For an airport Meet and Greet service there is the option of either LHR Meet and Greet or the Official Valet Parking service.hx/terminal-specific-dropdown:LHR:3
Hotels at Heathrow terminal three
You can start your holiday a day early and stay in a Heathrow airport hotel the night before your flight. Have a peaceful night's sleep so you feel refreshed and ready for either your flight out or the drive home. Don't forget that Heathrow airport hotels are just a short transfer from terminal three and offer you the luxury of enjoying a full breakfast before you set off.
There is a wide choice of hotels located near to Heathrow airport, ranging from three to five stars. Check out our full list of Heathrow hotels for further details on prices and facilities.
Airport lounges at Heathrow terminal three
As one of the busiest airports in the world, Heathrow can be stressful when flying away on holiday or business. Avoid the crowds and fly relaxed after a peaceful retreat in one of the tranquil Heathrow airport lounges. Prepare for your flight in the best way by enjoying a comfortable seat, complimentary snacks and reading materials with a Heathrow airport lounge pass from Holiday Extras.
Take a look at our Heathrow Lounges page to compare prices and availability.
Heathrow terminal three floor plan
Terminal three at Heathrow consists of two floors. The areas and services are all well sign-posted and separated into clearly defined zones.
Ground floor: The ground floor is home to check-in and the arrivals area.
First floor: The first floor houses the public and passenger departure areas.
Heathrow Terminal three facilities
Heathrow terminal three has a wide range of facilities aimed at all travellers. There is a good selection of high street stores, newsagents, restaurants and cafés as well as information desks, disabled toilets and bureaux de change.
Whether you would like to spend some time distracted from the Heathrow hustle and bustle, or some money in a range of well-known stores, terminal three offers a choice of over 40 stores to choose from.
For a full listing of shops at terminal three take a look at our Heathrow shopping page.
Cafés and restaurants
Terminal three has a host of famous eateries, including Yo! Sushi, TGI Friday's and the forever popular Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
Our cafés and restaurants page contains a complete list of all services at the terminal.
Bureaux de change
There are Travelex and American Express bureaux de change desks at check-in, departures and arrivals to provide foreign currency for your holidays.
Browse the internet at your leisure, either using the wireless hotspots on your laptop or fixed internet points. Fixed internet points are available before and after security. There are wireless hotspots in the public and passenger area of both the arrivals and departures concourse.
There are toilets at each end of the departures building, with disabled facilities and a baby change room available. There are shower facilities available after passing security control. Toilets with baby care and disabled facilities are located at check-in and in arrivals by the baggage reclaim.
There is an information desk located in the middle of the arrivals area, which is open between 5.30am and 10.30pm. There is also another information desk available in zone D of the check-in area. This is open from 7am until 9.30pm.
St George's chapel is located between terminals one, two and three and includes a multi-faith prayer room. You can reach the chapel by taking the stairs opposite the entrance to terminal two short stay car park. The chapel is open from 7.30am to 8pm.
There are also two prayer rooms, on the first floor in the arrivals area and after security control in the departures lounge.