Travelling across borders is a tiring affair and more often than not, air travelers look for a little respite and comfort to envelope their commute.
After flying high with the 5 best first class and business class cabins, its time to escape the crowds and unwind in style at a best first class airport lounges. We’ve been giving airport lounges around the world a close peek and have come up with a list of some of the best airport lounging areas in the world!
This fabulous airport boasts a 98-foot vertical garden! With a well-designed lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows that gives visitors a view of the runway as well as the Sydney skyline, this airport lounge has on offer spa treatments, fine dining, a refreshing shower and a library to settle down with a great read! To top it all, the First Lounge also includes an on-site business center.
5) Lufthansa Airlines First Class Terminal at the Frankfurt Airport:
This terminal at the Frankfurt Airport is reserved exclusively for first class passengers. With security checkpoints that make sure your travel-time remains same, the terminal includes a cigar lounge, soaking baths and a chauffeur-driven Porsche or Mercedes-Benz to the tarmac!
4) Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at JFK International Airport:
Virgin’s Clubhouse at the airport in New York sticks to the brand’s tendency to be sleek and glamorous! This includes a cocktail lounge with soft purple lighting as well as complimentary spa services. The Clubhouse also offers a salon as well as a pool table, to keep you entertained on your stop-over.
3) Swiss Air Lounge at the Basel-Mulhouse Euro Airport:
This lounge is recognized for its sheer massiveness! The Swiss Air Lounge includes best-in-class facilities, a great atmosphere, hot and cold buffet and more. For those looking to enter in away from the crowd, this lounge also offers a VIP entrance. The Swiss Air Lounge won the Priority Pass Global Lounge of the Year Award in 2012.
2) Finnair Lounge & Spa at the Helsinki Airport:
Finnair’s lounge is bright, spacious and relaxing and is swathed in white furnishing with a buffet area, a salad bar and lots more. Sporting blue business cubicles that enable you to catch up on your work, this lounge is plush and speaks of Scandinavian design influences.
1) Singapore Airlines SilverKris Lounge in Bangkok:
The SilverKris Lounge attends to those looking to rest as well as guests looking to get some work done as they commute. Complete with lots of options to have a drink, dine or attend to business meetings, this Singapore Airlines lounge has a bunch of services including relaxing showers, self service buffet and bar counters, workstations with complimentary Internet access and more.