An oasis of calm and relaxation awaits Lufthansa First
Class passengers and members of the HON Circle at the new First Class
Lounge in Concourse B at Frankfurt Airport following the opening of an
exclusive First Class Spa on the premises.
The spa’s extensive bathing area is
equipped with six superior-quality shower rooms (two of them with
jacuzzis), and – for the first time at a Lufthansa Lounge – two
massage rooms. Here, guests can freshen up, unwind, recharge their
batteries and also choose from a range of cosmetic treatments and
Lufthansa Hub Manager Dr. Karl-Rudolph Rupprecht,
said, "Frequent flyers and business travellers are constantly
on the go, and so time becomes a precious asset. Far removed from
the hustle and bustle of the airport, we offer guests at the new
First Class Lounge an opportunity to use the time in hand to relax
in an exclusive atmosphere or to work."
lounge in Concourse B, which has a total floor space of 1,220
square metres, can seat more than 100 guests. It also provides all
the amenities that form an integral part of the upscale service at
Lufthansa’s First Class lounges.
A spacious comfort area with
relaxing armchairs with a view of the airport apron invites guests
to sit back and unwind. Two quiet rooms are available for anyone
who would like to withdraw and have a snooze. Enclosed office
units equipped with telephones, PCs with Internet access and
writing utensils provide an opportunity for guests to work until
shortly before their departure. Free WLAN access is also
available. Culinary delights are on offer in the restaurant and
bistro area, with its excellent choice of menus and drinks. A
varying buffet is provided, and meals can also be ordered à la
carte. Dishes are freshly prepared in view of the guests. In the
bar area, an extensive range of spirits and drinks is offered in
an open, relaxed atmosphere. Guests can contact the central
Service Desk with any general enquiries, such as rebooking a
flight or changing their seat.
A new addition to
Lufthansa’s Lounge product is the limousine service for passengers
whose flight is departing from Terminal areas A and C – or, in the
case of flights to a non-Schengen or non-EU destination, from an
apron position. This service was previously only available at the
First Class Terminal. Passengers arriving at or transferring from
an apron position will also be taken by limousine from their
aircraft to the Bus Arrivals point in Terminal B, where they will
be met by a Lufthansa staff member and directed to the new lounge.
currently operates about 65 lounges worldwide with a total floor
space of over 28,000 square metres. Until 2013, Lufthansa will
be investing about 150 million euros in constructing new lounges
and refurbishing existing ones in order to further expand and
enhance its airport lounge facilities for customers.
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