Depressing lounge: this is in the basement of the airport without any daylight...
Pretty poor for international club lounge. LHR lounge so much better. But that's Boston, not into details.
Not so much a First Class lounge as an underground bombing shelter. And with ambiance and catering to match.
Cannot believe people compare lounges to T5. If you travel enough you know that none ever compare. This lounge in not the worst in the world by a long shot!
Shockingly poor for a BA lounge. Grab some snacks and then go and sit upstairs again. No meal for Gold unless flying Club or First. Boo!
Bland basement bar. No workstations. So-so food. No Elemis Spa, like T5. Unimaginative, but there is a bar!!!! :-D
Spend as little time as possible here. It's cramped, dark and depressing. No natural light in fact no windows at all.
This lounge is decidedly average; the food resembles buffets from the 70's, the decor certainly isn't Osborne and Little and the WiFi reminded me of early modem days.
Stay upstairs unless you need the extra space. Food is better and there's more natural light.
Terrible lounge. BA need to sort!!!
Not the swankiest lounge. A step down for BA First Class
Not so bad, there are hot foods and sofas are clean. Compare to other lounges in the US, it's actually a better one.
Slooooow service but better than the alternative; can still bring in a guest
Excellent service - friendly and with witt! Well-stock bar and fingerfoods.
Dear British Airways, your wifi is unacceptably slow. It's 2013, this is a premiere city, and you are one of the best airlines on the world. Easy fix...look forward to seeing improvement. Thank you. A
As decent as a basement lounge can get, but that is still pretty depressing. Also small-ish so when the flight before yours is delayed it is going to get VERY cozy.
To remain fair: all Terminal E lounges are in the basement, none has an outside facing window, and the BA lounge is one of the better ones in this terminal.
innovation arrives here: houmous on the bar