- Starting Out and American Airlines’ Flagship Lounge – Chicago
- Review: Japan Airlines First Class 777-300ER Chicago-Narita
- Review: Japan Airlines First Class Lounge – Haneda
- Review: Japan Airlines Business Class 777-200 Haneda to Bangkok
- Review: Thai Airways Orchid Spa and Royal Orchid Lounge
- Review: Thai Airways 787-8 Business Class – Bangkok to Denpasar-Bali
- Review: Grand Hyatt Bali
- Review: Denpasar-Bali Airport and Premier Lounge
- Review: Singapore A330 Business Class Denpasar-Bali to Singapore
- Review: Grand Hyatt Singapore
- Review: Singapore Airlines Private Room
- Review: Singapore Airlines A380 Suites Class Singapore to Hong Kong
- Review: Emirates Lounge – Hong Kong
- Review: Emirates A380 First Class Hong Kong to Dubai
- Review: Emirates First Class Terminal – Dubai
- Review: Emirates A380 First Class Dubai to Washington, DC (Dulles)
Our Singapore Airlines A380 dropped us off 5-6 hours before our Emirates flight was due to take off. Unfortunately, Emirates Lounge in Hong Kong doesn’t open until a few hours before flight, so we wandered about, and browsed the duty free stores–of course, looking for things to resell.
A few hours before our flight, when we knew the lounge would open (the time escapes me, as I sit down to write this trip report), we headed to the lounge, which was up a level from where the gates are, but still had an open air feel to it.
The layout, look and feel, and amenities were all consistent with other remote lounges–e.g. those not in Dubai–that we had visited.
Veuve Clicquot for the champagne, lounge open to business and first class, a generous buffet selection.
We pretty much stayed until it made more sense to head to the aircraft. This was one of those lounges that was very nice to have for the free wi-fi and amenities, but, when choosing between being on the plane or in the lounge, we chose that we’d rather be on the plane and settling in. Overall though, it was a good respite from the hustle and bustle of the terminal.