This modern Priority Pass lounge offers great food and drinks but is not an ideal place to work from.
Perhaps not the best use of Qantas Points but still a solid option for longer flights within the US.
This is the main lounge for the majority of Qantas’ frequent flyers and lounge members flying interstate from Western Australia.
This facility ushers in an era of stylish and modern spaces, with a great variety of amenities. We explain who gains access.
Here is what to expect from the seating and food and drink options in this newly-opened lounge. Plus, which cards will give you access.
What to expect from this lounge in Singapore Airlines’ home port, granting access to Velocity and KrisFlyer Gold status holders flying in Economy or Premium Economy.
Whilst in an extended transit in Abu Dhabi, I needed a hotel room for 18 hours. Given the benefits available by booking through American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts, plus my status, I figured it was worth giving the St. Regis a go.
Greg’s experience of Air Canada’s 767 from Vancouver to Toronto, and how he used 20,000 KrisFlyer miles to make the booking.
A solid alternative to transiting through the US West Coast, with a comfortable seat, delicious food and friendly service. Plus, how to use MileagePlus, LifeMiles or KrisFlyer miles to redeem a seat.
This Marriott property has a funky design, with excellent parking, close proximity to the airport and great value.
This Marriott Rewards property represents great value with modern rooms, good facilities, and easy access to the airport and CBD.
AA is revamping their Business and First Class lounges across its major hubs. Here is what I thought of the Miami lounge, with access granted to Qantas Gold and above members even on domestic AA flights.
We take a look at Virgin Australia’s largest lounge, last refurbished and doubled in size during 2014 to cope with the increase in passenger load.