Where is it?
The lounge is located airside in the transit hall. After passing through security, turn left. The entrance to the lounge is next to the escalators down to the gate areas.
How do I get in?
This is the only lounge at the airport and is used by all full-service airlines for their premium passengers. It is also possible to pay for access at the reception and to use various lounge cards and credit cards to get in.
What’s it like?
The interior is rather low-key and lacks some atmosphere but the lounge is fairly spacious and there are plenty of seats, mostly sofas and armchairs in black leather. The rest of the interior is in dark wood.
There is a limited view of the runway and the apron through the windows and it seems like there is a small terrace as well, but the door was closed and locked during the visit.
Food and drinks
The spacious self-service buffet area is located in a separate room which also works as a dining area with seats and tables.
The food selection is limited to sandwiches, snacks, yoghurt, cookies and pastries, nuts and crisps as well as some fresh fruits. There is no hot food and little substantial to eat.
The drinks selection is quite good with a wide selection of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks from two fridges and there are also two coffee machines.
Free wireless internet is available throughout the lounge and there is also a small business centre next to the buffet area with internet computers. There are several TVs in the lounge and a selection of newspapers and magazines next to the reception desk.
Restrooms are located inside the lounge but there are no showers.
A fairly unremarkable lounge but with a nice selection of drinks and snacks.