Plaza Premium Opens Airport Lounge in Macau

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Plaza Premium has expanded its global portfolio of airport lounges with the opening of a lounge at Macau International Airport (MIA).

The new 4,340 square feet lounge with 135 seats is the only independent airport lounge in Macau. Guests can unwind in the lounge and savour a selection of healthy yet tasty food options, while complimentary high speed Wi-Fi connection keeps travellers connected. Furthermore, a dedicated resting area allows travellers to escape the hustle and bustle of the airport so they are able to rest and relax before boarding the aircraft to their next destination.

The new Plaza Premium Lounge is also equipped with two spacious VIP rooms with elegant interior settings, quality sound-proof system and independent restroom, allowing travellers to enjoy the utmost privacy at all times.

Plaza Premium Lounge can also provide a meet and greet service, to give travellers a seamless kerb-to-apron experience at MIA.

In the coming months, more VIP rooms will be introduced as well as an exclusive landside-in airside-out channel to guests of Plaza Premium Lounge.

Plaza Premium Lounge Founder & CEO Mr. Song Hoi-see said, Your journey starts at the airport, and the introduction of our lounge means that travellers can look forward to their time at Macau International Airport. Our lounge in Macau will definitely bring a whole new level of comfort and convenience to travellers. MIA has set out to make a mark in terms of airport service quality and we are confident that the launch of Plaza Premium Lounge in Macau will enhance the airport experience.

Over five million passengers pass through MIA each year.

Plaza Premium, Airport Lounge, Macau

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