The Qantas Hong Kong Lounge makes a very welcome return to the HKG loungescape.
Sporting a relaxed design and bartender service, this pre-flight hangout is well worth a visit.
Though it’s been a while since its last upgrade, this Brisbane airport lounge is still holding up surprisingly well.
With features galore, this is a space many airlines would gladly term a ‘flagship’ business lounge.
Almost a terminal in itself, this expansive lounge is one that’ll have you crossing fingers for a delayed flight.
Private booths, free-flowing Champagne and à la carte dining are a taste of what awaits inside.
More like a comfortable living room than an airline lounge but Plumeria is still an easy way to while away time before take-off.
Bleary-eyed travellers on early morning flights now have somewhere to rest up, catch up with the world and even have a shower.
Frequent flyers and business class travellers have a comfortable base in the Qantas Club, but it is showing its age.
Delivering a decent mix of comfort and convenience, the domestic lounge is getting on yet still worth a visit.
We rate this SQ lounge as the go-to for business class passengers and Gold-grade frequent flyers on any Star Alliance airline.
With sleek decor and service akin to a luxury hotel, Virgin’s VIP-only lounge truly lives up to its name.
There's a lot to love about this small yet inviting lounge, both before and after your flight.
SQ’s swish new flagship business class lounge will be followed in February 2022 by two fresh lounges for first class flyers.
Set to become the go-to for Qantas Platinum members departing Hong Kong, here's where your lounge experience takes wing.
Canberra's Qantas Club is a neat fit for the capital city's compact yet at times surprisingly busy airport.
In Brisbane, Platinum frequent flyers and business class travellers have access to one of Australia's best domestic lounges.
When you're flying from Hong Kong on a Star Alliance airline, the SilverKris business class lounge is the choice pick.