Cathay Pacific on November 11 opened its highly anticipated lounge in the Taiwan Taoyuen International Airport. Spread out over 1,000 square meters of space, the new lounge is able to seat up to 245 people, catering to the airline’s 114 weekly flights. The lounge was designed by London-based studio Studiosle, providing its first- and business-class passengers creature comforts aplenty, adorned by warm, natural materials like wood and stone for a soothing ambiance. With its enhanced focus on food and beverage services, the lounge features the airline’s signature noodle bar, which offers a selection of noodle, a food hall that offers a selection of lighter dishes, and a bar where freshly blended cocktails can be made upon request. For business travelers, the lounge has what it calls The Bureau, where five individual workstations are provided, equipped with dual operating system iMacs and printers. As for those looking for more privacy and some down time before hopping on their flight, one of the new Solo chairs—designed with high partitions and equipped with a side table, a reading lamp, and a coat hook—might more than do the job.
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