Business Traveler (USA) - - SPECIAL REPORT -

April 2014 Oneworld first and busi­ness class pas­sen­gers; Qan­tas fre­quent flyer mem­bers (gold, plat­inum, plat­inum one tiers), and Oneworld Sap­phire and Emer­ald card­hold­ers.

The 300-seat lounge draws in­spi­ra­tion from its lo­cal des­ti­na­tions in terms of the de­sign and dining of­fer­ings. It has 12 showers, a fam­ily zone and a flex­i­ble work­ing area.

Once again, Qan­tas con­sult­ing chef Neil Perry has cre­ated a re­gion­ally in­spired Asian fla­vor lounge menu that fea­tures clas­sics from his Rock­pool and Spice Tem­ple restau­rants. Guests should be on the look­out for yum cha trol­leys of­fer­ing dif­fer­ent types of tra­di­tional Chi­nese dim sum, as well as an ex­ten­sive buf­fet and lo­cally in­flu­enced plate of the day.

Qan­tas has part­nered with Sof­i­tel to of­fer first class pas­sen­gers and plat­inum one-tier Qan­tas fre­quent fly­ers a num­ber of added perks in­clud­ing shirt press­ing, shoe shin­ing and pri­or­ity ac­cess to shower fa­cil­i­ties

Given the num­ber of high-qual­ity lounges in HKIA, the Qan­tas Hong Kong Lounge cer­tainly qual­i­fies as be­ing able to keep up with the best of them.


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