Lufthansa opens its largest lounge worldwide
The ultimate in comfort over an area of more than 1,800 sq. metres / First Senator Lounge with spa facilities / Lufthansa Lounges now with free Internet access
Frequent flyers who have achieved Senator status now have an opportunity to relax in style at Lufthansa’s largest airport lounge. In the Departures area of Terminal 1 at Frankfurt, top customers can for the first time enjoy a modern wellness area with luxury facilities that include ten showers and two spa rooms. Another entirely new addition to the Senator Lounge is the City Lights Bar, whose name – spelled out in one-metre-high letters – forms an effective room divider.
In the centre of the lounge is an atrium that allows natural light to flood into all the areas not fronted by the 130 square-metre glass facade. The atrium is surrounded by numerous service facilities, including an inviting wellness area, where Lufthansa Senator Card holders can unwind and enjoy massages, facials, full-body treatments or other beauty treatments.
Another entirely new feature of the lounge concept is the City Lights Bar, which was designed in coordination with Lufthansa Senators. The bar incorporates unique lighting effects that have been created with over 30,000 light-emitting diodes. A bartender is in attendance to fulfil guests’ requests for drinks and mix cocktails or classic long drinks. The whole lounge has a floor space of about 1,800 square metres with seating for over 300 guests. In addition to the comfort zones, bistros and work areas, there is also a generously proportioned, separate relaxing area with leather day beds and a smokers’ room. Easy chairs also invite guests to sit back and unwind and enjoy the stunning views of the airport apron. As usual, there is a wide selection of newspapers and magazine, and up-to-the-minute news bulletins can be watched on TVs located throughout the lounge.
Now free Internet access in all Lufthansa’s lounges worldwide
Since 1 July 2011, guests at all Lufthansa lounges have had access to a free, wireless broadband Internet service, which means visitors can now surf the Web on their own personal notebook.
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