The W Singapore offers exceptional service and a unique design, and is perfectly located on the family friendly Sentosa Island.
The lack of Marriott Bonvoy status recognition was a disappointment, along with very outdated rooms.
The only Priority Pass lounge in Auckland does not disappoint, being a great space to relax for passengers travelling with any airline in any class.
This lounge is a Business Class level lounge open to all eligible Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines and Star Alliance guests flying on international flights to Australia and Fiji.
This regional lounge has abundant seating, and great barista coffee. It is a good lounge to visit if you’re at the airport early for an international Star Alliance flight, and customs is not yet open.
A self-serve lounge that provides access to top-tier Qantas Frequent Flyers and Qantas Club members flying out of Rockhampton.
This is the main lounge for the majority of Air New Zealand’s frequent flyers and Koru Club members flying domestically in New Zealand from Auckland.
Tigerair provides a decent level of service for a low-cost airline, including comfortable seating and a large on-board menu selection for purchase.
This property offers easy access to the snowfields and a great public bath, but make sure you do your research first.
A small lounge offering a quiet haven and required necessities from the hustle of Queenstown Airport.
Japan Airlines 787-9 Dreamliner flights provide exceptional service and a mini-experience of Japan.
Holiday Inn Airport Melbourne provides all the necessary requirements for a reasonable price.
This product is not up to the standard of other airlines in the region.