Over 30 Emirates Lounges

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Over 30 Emirates Lounges

Emirates' seventh lounge in Dubai, located in Concourse C at Dubai International Airport, has reopened. Premium passengers will be able to enjoy a comfortable travel experience during the upcoming peak travel period, with the full re-opening of more than 30 Emirates Lounges worldwide.

The Emirates Lounge, reopened in Concourse C, near Gates C09, offers passengers the opportunity to rest, relax and prepare for the journey with its 1308 square meter and 265 seat capacity private area. In addition to First and Business Class passengers, Silver, Gold and Platinum Skywards members will also have free access. Premium Economy and Economy Class passengers will pay $150 excluding taxes, and Emirates Skywards members will pay $125 for paid access. Passengers will be able to rest up to four hours before departure time in the lounges, which are currently open 7/24 to respond to the high demand during the New Year period.

Featuring stylish design and decoration elements such as Italian marble floors, leather armchairs, water items and eye-catching Rolex watches, Emirates Lounges offers a wide range of sun loungers, pillows and blankets, complimentary premium wine, spirits, champagnes and gourmet cuisine designed by award-winning chefs. It has been designed for comfort with its special dining areas.

For refreshment and refreshment, there are private Shower and Spa areas with bath and diaper changing facilities, televisions at different points, free Wi-Fi in all areas, and a charging area for computers, printers and devices. There is also a fully equipped business center, including meeting rooms with projectors and touchscreen workstations.

Emirates has an extensive network of 7 lounges, all of which have been carefully designed, 32 of which are located in Dubai and 39 at major airports around the world. Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 has 3 Emirates Lounges, of which 3 are in First Class, 1 in Business Class, and 7 in all Premium passengers.

Emirates also has Auckland, Bangkok, Birmingham, Boston, Cairo, Cape Town, Colombo, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Hamburg, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Los Angeles, Manchester, Melbourne, Milan, Munich, New York, Paris. It also has lounges in major cities such as Perth, Rome, San Francisco, Singapore and Sydney.

Emirates Lounges in Dubai also include lounges with iconic features such as the Moët & Chandon Champagne Lounge in the Business Class lounge located in Concourse B. Here, each iconic coupé is paired with delicious canapes made by Michelin-starred chefs. In the First Class lounge in Concourse A, there is Le Clos, a fine wine and luxury spirits boutique serving the finest wines to appeal to all tastes. Passengers can also purchase their favorite wines on flights at Le Clos stores, which serve outside the lounges in Concourses A and B. In the lounge in Concourse A, there is the Cigar Bar, a separate smoking area with comfortable leather seats and a cigar menu. Passengers can also try new concepts like the Barista Experience by Costa Coffee in Concourse B and recharge at the Health Hub, which offers a wide selection of nutritious snacks and fresh juices for travelers looking to get fitter. For passengers who want pre-trip care, passengers can choose from a menu of signature treatments and beauty treatments at the peaceful Timeless Spa, located in the lounges in Concourse A and B. For younger passengers, the children's area includes toys and video games, as well as delicious kids-only meals.

Günceleme: 26/12/2022 14:50

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