Following an almost year-long renovation, Cathay Pacific will soon reopen its new business lounge at Hong Kong International Airport, a warm, elegant space that is set to be the biggest of the airline’s existing lounges. Spanning over 3,306 square meters, the lounge will be able to accommodate up to 550 travelers when it opens its doors early June.
Creating a space that replicates the concept of a regular street, London-based StudioIlse’s design separates the place into two zones, namely the “fast” and “slow” lanes. In the fast lane, fliers will find a wide selection of dining options in self-service kiosks along with the iconic noodle bar that features in all of Cathay Pacific’s lounges, while the slow lane invites passengers to unwind and relax, with seats that overlook the runway and an array of chairs that are equipped with reading lamps and side tables for those staying around for longer. Other amenities in the new business lounge include a brand new Tea House where guests will get to choose from a wide selection of teas, a relaxation room that features 14 low upholstered daybeds and footstools, as well as 14 shower cubicles to freshen up in between flights.
The lounge will be accessible from 05:30 a.m. to the last departure of the day to First and Business Class passengers, Silver and above Marco Polo Club members, and qualifying Oneworld alliance frequent fliers.
For more information, visit Cathay Pacific.