This is arguably one of the best First Class lounges in the world. Being driven directly to your plane like a celebrity is just the icing on the cake.
The German flag carrier has an elegant cabin and impeccable soft product but this redemption is best suited to those with last-minute flexibility.
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This is probably my favourite hotel stay to date, with world-class customer service and well-appointed facilities.
As October-November are slower travel months, there are some great deals up for grabs.
This is one of the best Business lounges across the whole Qantas network, a sleek and modern space offering Mexican-inspired dishes.
This lounge sports a premium feel and dedicated lounge entry, offering a welcome escape from the main terminal—but it can get crowded.
A great food offering and quiet space to relax or work in but head to the Business Class side for more goodies.
This lounge deserves all of the praise it gets, with delicious food and beverages, a beautiful outdoor patio and spacious shower suites.
This lounge gets a solid four-star rating from PH for its spaciousness, fast wifi and well-stocked bar, but is let down by dark lighting, some disappointing food and no tarmac views.
We have roadtested Etihad’s A380 flagship Business Class—and it is excellent. Travellers in Australia have several options to access Etihad flights with points, and it is worth well aiming for.
This unique concept is an upmarket offering with excellent service, food and drinks but some may question its value.
Malaysia Airlines’ relatively modern A330 Business Class from Kuala Lumpur features on most of their routes to Australia, including Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.