Review: Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport

Visited March 2016

Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla

Where is it?

The Business Club at Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport is located airside in what is officially called terminal 2. The entrance is to the right after passport control between gates A4 and A5. The lounge is clearly signposted.

How do I get in?

This was the only lounge at the airport until September 2015 when Air Serbia opened its own lounge at the airport. Today the lounge is used by virtually all airlines except for Air Serbia, Etihad Airways and Etihad partner airlines.

It is also possible to enter using various credit cards and lounge cards.

Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
The entrance to the Business Club
Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
Airlines using the lounge

What’s it like?

The lounge has quite a modern interior in mainly white and dark brown with several plants used to both give the lounge some extra colour and to create partitions between the different areas. The design is surprisingly modern considering the general state of the transit hall just outside.

Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
Inside the lounge

There are several different seating areas with mostly leather sofas and armchairs but also some bar tables with barstools.

Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
The design in mostly black and white
Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
Lots of plants

Food and drinks

There is a rather sizeable self-service buffet area for a third-party lounge at a smaller airport with a decent selection of pasta and cold cuts, sandwiches, vegetables, yoghurt, fresh fruits, cookies and pastries

Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
The self-service buffet area
Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
The cold buffet

The selection of drinks is rather extensive as well with beer, wine and a wide selection of sprits, including several local brands. Sodas, juices, coffee and tea are also available.

Business Club, Belgrade Nikola Tesla
Lots of spirits

Facilities

There are several TVs and a rack with both Serbian and international newspapers. Free Wi-Fi is offered and there are also desktop internet computers. Restrooms are located close to the reception desk.

Final impression

Not bad a for a third-party lounge at a smaller international airport like Belgrade Nikola Tesla. A modern interior and a decent selection of food and drinks.

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