Athenaeum Partners with Exclusive 'Heathrow by Invitation' Service

Great news for your London-bound top clients: Guests at the Athenaeum can now try “Heathrow by Invitation,” the London airport’s new VIP concierge service, for a lower price than guests staying at other London hotels.

Courtesy of an exclusive partnership with “Heathrow by Invitation,” the Athenaeum is offering their guests who fly First Class or Business class the opportunity to try this new airport concierge service—usually open only to groups of six—on an individual basis. The service lets guests bypass the main terminals and relax in a private suite while all check-in requirements are handled by a personal concierge, plus limo transfer between the private suite and the aircraft on the runway.

For groups of six, the “Heathrow by Invitation” service is £1,500 (approximately $2,445), not including limousine service to and from London. Athenaeum guests can try the airport concierge service on an individual basis – as well as limousine service to or from the hotel in London – for £408 per journey (approximately $666).

The price includes:

• Dedicated secure drop off / pick up forecourt at Heathrow Airport
• Private lounge for up to six passengers
• Light refreshments in the private lounge
• Private security area for passenger screening
• Limousine transfer direct to or from the aircraft
• Check-in and baggage taken care of on departure
• Passport check and baggage taken care of on arrival
• Total privacy and security throughout the process
• Limousine to / from the hotel

For more information, visit www.athenaeumhotel.com.

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