How to get into those fancy airport lounges

Millions of passengers would like to get an opportunity to wait for their next flight in one of the stylish and fancy airport lounges instead of classic waiting rooms. Find out how you can make the waiting time shorter and more comfortable while sitting in premium lounges such as the  Plaza Premium Lounge at the Brisbane Airport, one of the first “independent” lounges, accessible to passengers ready to pay $66 for 5 hours.

Key Points:

  • For those tired of hanging out in hard, metal chairs in drafty, crowded airport lounges, most airports do offer private lounges.
  • These alternative lounges usually feature perks galore, special food and drink options, super comfortable seating, sometimes sleeping arrangements and entertainment.
  • It may seem these lounges are inaccessible, except to VIPs, but the right app will show you where they are and often note possible payment arrangements to allow you to use their comforts.

“”Some lounges have massage, wellness centres and even ‘sleeping rooms’ as (paid) extras.””

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