Emirates Completes Lounge Makeover in Dubai


The new and improved Business Class Lounge at Dubai International Airport.

Fresh off a two-year, US$11 million renovation, Emirates’ Business Class Lounge at Concourse B of Dubai International Airport now boasts a wide range of facilities and exclusive refreshment options, not to mention a seating capacity of over 1,500 customers. Guests can now look forward to relaxing with a glass of bubbly in the dedicated champagne area, which was created in partnership with Moët & Chandon. The luxurious Champagne Lounge also serves a rotating menu of unique and sumptuous canapés, from veal bacon gougere to sliced smoked duck on sushi rice. Those in need of a caffeine fix will appreciate the lounge’s new Barista Experience corner, which offers signature blends and specialty beverages by Costa Coffee. Over in the Health Hub, travelers are spoiled with a tasty selection of gourmet sandwiches, wraps, salads, juices, smoothies, and fruit-infused water. What’s more, all food and beverage items offered in the lounge are complimentary for members of Emirates Skywards Platinum, Gold, and Silver, as well as First and Business Class passengers of the airline. Other facilities in the lounge include a shower, designated quiet zones, a TV corner, and free Wi-Fi access.

For more information, visit Emirates.


The Moët & Chandon Champagne Lounge.


The Health Hub was created in partnership with Voss water.


The Barista Experience offers beverages by Costa Coffee.

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