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I woke my wife up about 4:30 in the morning so we had plenty of time at Singapore Airlines’ Private Room. Believe it or not, I think that part worked out ok, other than not having our taxi drop us off at the First Class drop-off. Of course, walking outside to that entrance, meant the lens fogged up.
Needless to say – if you’re flying Singapore First, tell the Taxi to drop you off at the right entrance. The folks there are quite nice, and there’s a very easy, quick, and private immigration line. I dare say, it was a faster transition than Global Entry. Once out, we had to grab a snapshot of the lounge, with our Private Room invitations:
Singapore Airlines – The Private Room
Once we made it up to the SilverKris lounge, we were escorted through two lounges, to the Private Room
The Private Lounge itself is nice, though not terribly large. It seemed to be an appropriate size given the amount of passengers we saw while we were there. The window to the left below, looked over the airside, which is always nice. Based on the structure of the partitions, it was easy to feel like there was no one else in the lounge.
Our first stop however, was the restaurant – we wanted breakfast after all.
Dining was a la car, with a reasonable menu, given the hour.
My wife ordered the waffles. She enjoyed them (I think my favorite are still the ones at the Emirates First Class Terminal).
I had the French Toast. I hate to say it, but they weren’t my favorite. The mimosa was good though!
After breakfast, we moved to sit in the main lounge area.
In addition to there were some computers to use.
And some private rooms (ironically within The Private Room).
Even the restrooms were nice. Not bashful, I took a few shots, since it was of such an early hour, no one else was really in there.
I didn’t partake of the shower rooms, but those looked nice too.
There were nice amenities too — I use an electric razor, but the non-electric razor they had totally looked like a brand I’ve resold in the past, so pricey!
Before long, it was time to leave, however before we left, we got a nice photo of our plane, which happened to be one of two Singapore SG50 Livery A380’s.