I suppose there are a number of these lounges scattered around Athens airport. But the one I am referring to is tucked deep down Terminal A near gate A11. I used my priority pass coupon to get in here. All in all this lounge has taken age. In your normal lounge you will find electric sockets all over, here I am having problems finding any. Internet is free for an hour. There really is no frills here.
The Swiss Business lounge in Geneva is a mid-sized lounge, appropriate for the size of airport it is located. I can’t really speak for those who always use the lounge at peak hours, but in the dozen times I have been here I have always found a spot to sit on.
The lounge doesn’t have shower room like the one in Zurich but then again Geneva is not an Intercontinental airport hub. The food lounge generally has fruits, bread and cheese and it has sometimes small hot meals. Continue reading Swiss Business Lounge – Geneva→
The new Brussels Airlines Lounge at BRU. The lounge opened 6 months ago and I have to say I really like the design. They haven’t called it the Loft for nothing, it’s got a nice loft-like view of the bottom floors of the airport, which are lit with natural light.
It comes with a shower facility, bar and nice seats that can help you relax a bit more after a rough trip like the “nap boxes” that you see on one of the pictures of this post. All seats have electric sockets nearby !
I got in through the Silver membership of Swiss via a Brussels Airlines flight.