This section shows Lounge Reviews sorted by Alliance and Airline.

Access to an airline lounge can radically transform the travel experience.

Before I got into miles and points, I would always aim to arrive at the airport with as little time to spare as possible. The idea of spending extra time in a crowded gate area, or paying over the odds for food and drink at the retail outlets just seemed totally reprehensible.

Since discovering the outrageous luxury of complimentary haircuts, massages, buggy rides to the plane, fine dining and of course cocktails and champagne; there are many airports in the world where I’ll aim to arrive three hours or more before my flight, purely in order to enjoy the lounge as a destination in itself.

For lounge reviews sorted by Location: click here

First Class
2015 - Singapore Airlines (SQ) First Class Lounge : Singapore (SIN)
”2015” link=”http://www.jarvismarcos.com/2016/10/singapore-airlines-the-private-room-dinner-service-sin-april-2015/” target=”_blank” style=”6″ class=”” download=””]
2015 - Air China (CA) : Shanghai (PVG)
”2015” link=”http://www.jarvismarcos.com/2016/09/singapore-airlines-the-private-room-first-class-sin-april-2015/” target=”_blank” style=”6″ class=”” download=””]
2015 - ANA (NH) : Tokyo (NRT)

2014 - Thai Airways (TG) : Bangkok (BKK)
2014 - Singapore Airlines (SQ) : London (LHR T3)
2014 - Asiana (OZ) : Seoul (ICN)

 

 

 

Business Class
2015 - Air Canada (AC) : Frankfurt (FRA)

2014 - EVA Air (BR) : Taipei (TPE)
2014 - EVA Air (BR) and Thai Airways (TG) : Bangkok (BKK)
2014 - Thai Airways (TG) and Singapore Airlines (SQ) : Bangkok (BKK)
2014 - Air Canada (AC), United (UA) and Plaza Premium : London (LHR T2)
2014 - United (UA) and ANA (NH) : Tokyo (NRT)