First and Business Class passengers can now relax before their flight in the new Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport lounge on level 3 in the Concourse G Departure Hall. Designed by Studiolise, the lounge has been designed to create a relaxed and comfortable environment for passengers Heading to Hong Kong, or starting a journey somewhere else.

 

The Bangkok Lounge

The lounge features warm tones and textures of wood and limestone, with soft acoustics and natural lighting to create a comfortable environment for passengers. The feeling of the lounge is a large living room, with emphasis on plants, open light and local artwork. Passengers can enjoy views of the runway from hand selected bespoke chairs with power-points and lamps for practicality and comfort.

bangkok lounge

With a greater focus on food and beverage services, the dining area features Cathay Pacific’s signature The Noodle Bar, a popular attraction in the airline’s world-renowned lounges at Hong Kong International Airport, which offers a selection of Asian noodles including wonton noodle soup and tom yam soup, freshly prepared by a chef.

tick  The Bureau provides three individual workstations with dual operating system iMacs and printers. Free Wi-Fi access is also available throughout the lounge.

cathay pacific lounge

tick  Qantas passengers will also get access to the lounge via the OneWorld membership.
While Qantas does have its own lounge, the new Cathay lounge offers capacity for around 140 passengers, significantly more than Qantas and with a fresh design and amenities.

cathay-lounge-one-world

The overall verdict?
tick  This is arguable the new standard of luxury for Bangkok airport. A big green tick for Cathay fliers.

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