As part of a brand-wide revamp of its airport lounges, Cathay Pacific has today opened a new lounge in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport. This isn’t Cathay’s first lounge in Bangkok; the carrier previously operated the Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge in Suvarnabhumi’s concourse D, but that lounge will now close in lieu of the new lounge, which is set in concourse G’s departure hall. Similar to the designs of Cathay’s other lounges opened in the past year in Tokyo’s Haneda airport as well as in Manila, the Bangkok lounge is elegant yet relaxed with warm cherry wood walls, limestone floors, touches of bronze, and custom-made furniture. At 679-square-meters, it’s larger than the previous Bangkok lounge and able to comfortably accommodate up to 140 business- and first-class passengers traveling with the airline. The carrier’s signature Noodle Bar restaurant—a feature of all of its new lounges—serves a variety of Asian noodle dishes, while a second dining option, Food Bar, offers lighter fare and drinks such as salads, pastries, and cocktails. Three individual work stations feature iMacs and printers, and of course there is also free Wi-Fi throughout.
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