Qatar Airways Reopens Premium Lounge in Bangkok

The Gulf carrier currently operates 21 weekly flights to the Thai capital using Airbus A380s and Boeing 777s.

All photos courtesy of Qatar Airways

First- and business-class passengers departing from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport aboard Qatar Airways flights and those operated by other Oneworld member airlines can once again relax before boarding at the Qatar Airways Premium Lounge. The newly reopened space overlooks manicured gardens and affords views of the terminal’s striking exterior architecture; it comes with a complete set of facilities that allow travelers to get refreshed ahead of their journeys. Spacious shower rooms are available for use — they come stocked with exclusive bath amenities by French perfumier Diptyque.

Inaugurated in February 2018, Qatar Airways Premium Lounge in Bangkok takes inspiration from modern Arabian design and Thai hospitality, and features two dining areas. The Brasserie offers a range of international cuisines from an à la carte menu, while The Global Deli tempts hungry patrons through a buffet spread with a selection of hot and cold dishes; appetizers include classic meze such as tabbouleh, hummus, and muhammara (Aleppo-style roasted walnut and red pepper dip). The adjacent Martini Bar caters to those in the mood for a pre-flight tipple.

Open daily from 3:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m., Bangkok’s Qatar Airways Premium Lounge complements the services the airline offers in its first- and business-class cabins. Today, the Gulf carrier operates 21 weekly flights from Doha to Bangkok using Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft, in addition to its 10 weekly flights to Phuket.

This past April, Qatar Airways extended its four-year collaboration with Thai celebrity chef Ian Kittichai, launching a refreshed menu of signature Thai dishes for customers flying out from Bangkok and Phuket. Kittichai’s culinary creations are showcased through a range of appetizers, main courses, and desserts served in first and business class aboard Qatar Airways flights.

Formal dining area The Brasserie serves a range of international cuisines.

The Martini Bar at the Qatar Airways Premium Lounge in Bangkok.

A buffet spread of hot and cold dishes is offered at The Global Deli.

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