Your favourite small airport lounge?

Discussion in 'Airports & Lounges' started by Gagravarr, Mar 6, 2017.

  1. SteveBG

    SteveBG New Member

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    It's moved (again) since you last visited I suspect. Far better food selection now, with approx 10 different (labelled) sandwiches / wraps etc.
     
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    Cheers - Good to hear!
     
  3. JoeD

    JoeD Well-Known Member

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    Nope - could be an interesting one though.

    I think the issue would be the sheer scale of the variation in quality for both sets of lounges, making meaningful generalisations tough. I'm sure there's an angle along those lines mind you - have made a note.
     
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    I love airporte lounge in Vienna. Is is not small airporte though. :)
     
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    Sakura Lounge in the Central Japan International Airport of Japan (Nagoya airport) is one of my favorites. It is not usually crowded and the services there are generally good and efficient.
     
  6. morgan_sa

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    Brno (BRQ) is a tiny airport in the Czech Republic, which only receives a handful of flights a day, particularly the daily Ryanair flight from London and the rest holiday charters. Surprisingly, it features a Priority Pass lounge which can only be accessed via the bar next door, of which a Priority Pass entitles you to complimentary refreshments. Always amusing to be the only one in the airport using the lounge. ;)
     
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  7. Richard1974

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    I was in Southampton airport lounge a few months ago, and in many ways it seemed pretty good now. (That lounge has had its ups and downs over the years.) It had some nice-looking food; wine wasn't great but there was plenty of it, and on a 'help yourself' basis; and several bottles of spirits arranged attractively.

    However, unfortunately the person on reception had a very bad cold, was wiping her nose with her hand, but kept going around the food and drinks in order to keep everything 'tidy' - in the process touching all of the plates, glasses, food serving dishes, and cutlery. She also seemed to be the person who was preparing the food in the galley in the side room.

    So that was a 'no' from me... spent 2 mins there and then left. What I don't understand is why *anyone* in the catering industry thinks it's acceptable to turn up to work when they're clearly sick...
     
  8. juniors42

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    I totally agree, that Brno (BRQ) is a great European airport, pretty comfortable for any type of people. By the way, a lot of people before flight, like to read horoscopes, to know what country should they visit, and should they make a flight at all. What do you think about it?
     
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    Faro airport and lounge
     

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