British Airways yesterday re-opened its lounge at Geneva Airport, as it continues its round of refurbishment.
The lounge follows the design language that British Airways have chosen since 2018 with their refurbishments and new lounges.
So what’s new?
Firstly, the lounge has been extended to a space of 327 square metres and has different zones inside it.
There’s a lobby bar, which features spirits, beers, wines and soft drinks. It also offers Prosecco is available throughout the lounge too. A brand-new craft beer room has been added for those who want to try and discover new beers.
A separate seating area with a mix of armchairs, banquette seating and power outlets if you need to rest or recharge.
For those looking to food, British Airways is promising an enhanced dining menu of grilled paninis, continental cheeses, fresh fruit, soups and warming main dishes. In addition, A selection of sweets, cakes and biscuits are available throughout the day to accompany a coffee from one of the two newly installed barista units.
Carolina Martinoli, British Airways’ Director of Brand and Customer Experience, said:
“We know the difference our lounges make to our customers and we’re delighted to present the next step in our significant customer investment with the refurbished Geneva lounge.
“Every detail has been carefully considered and we’ve created a space to meet our customers’ needs – whether they want to relax with a hot meal, enjoy a drink at the lobby bar or explore some craft ales, the new lounge is guaranteed to please pre-flight.”
As this is a British Airways Lounge, they have imposed the usual restrictions to access it. These include:
- Club Europe Passengers
- British Airways Executive Club Gold and Silver Members
- oneworld, Emerald and Sapphire members
It’s a welcome addition back to the network and should provide a useful place to rest between the joy of Switzerland and Flight.
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