Lufthansa first-class passengers flying via Dubai can now rest at the airlines brand new Senator Lounge located at the departures terminal at Dubai International Airport, Terminal 1. After extensive construction works, the new Senator Lounge replaces the previous venue, which was a combined Business and Senator lounge. The new lounge has been designed in accordance to the new Lufthansa Lounge Concept, set in place by the airline. While Business Class passengers will have access to the Marhaba lounge, located opposite the new Lufthansa Senator lounge, the Senator lounge is reserved for First Class customers traveling on Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian Airlines, or on Star Alliance partner airlines. HON Circle or Senator Status members of one of the Lufthansa Group airlines and Star Alliance Gold card holders will also have access. The lounge, which can seat 68, cost €1.2 million ($1.7 million) and is part of the company’s renovation plans to upgrade all its 60 lounges worldwide. The project which began in 2006 is expected to be complete by 2015 and will cost over €150 million ($215 million).
The design and the services provided are reflective of Lufthansa’s first-class customer preferences and offer the highest standards of quality and commitment. Reclining chairs in the relax area as well as comfortable armchairs and leather couches in the calm comfort zone offer the opportunity to sit back and relax or enjoy a wide range of newspapers and magazines. In the bistro area, a selection of hot meals and cold snacks is served for dinner and a rich breakfast buffet is offered in the mornings. A selection of drinks and small snacks is available at any time. The lounge is located at Gate 126 and is open daily from 7pm until 9/10am. For guests preparing for an important meeting or working on their e-mails, laptop work places and free wireless internet access is on hand. Furthermore, there are lockers at the reception where visitors can store their luggage during their stay.
Source – Issued on behalf of Lufthansa German Airlines by ASDAA Burson-Marsteller, Dubai.