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Finnair Lounge in Helsinki Wins Priority Pass Lounge of the Year 2011

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The winner of Priority Pass Lounge for 2011, the first time in the awards seven year history that its gone to an airport lounge outside the Americas, is Finnair Lounge in Helsinkis Terminal 2.

The winning lounge, which is operated by SSP Finland, offers a wide selection of drinks and snacks, together with a buffet serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Its a spacious facility and, as well as the usual comfortable seating and work areas, it has six private shower suites and luggage storage ideal for those with long-haul layovers.

Next to the lounge is a spa offering treatments designed to combat the side-effects of flying, and including a steam room, four saunas and a stone bath.

As well as the main award, Priority Pass members also awarded the Finnair Lounge the Best Business Facilities title.

A total of 16 other awards were made including these regional winners outside Europe:

Middle East / Africa: Dilmun Lounge, Bahrain

North America: Alaska Airline Board Room, Seattle

 Latin America / Caribbean: SUMAQ VIP Lounge & Business Center, Lima

Asia Pacific: Asiana Lounge, Incheon Airport, Seoul.

The award is based on over 40,000 ratings made by Priority Pass members from all over the world.

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