Qantas Lounge, Hong Kong Airport Review

Qantas Lounge, Hong Kong Airport Review

28 Sep 2017

Prior to boarding our Finnair flight to Helsinki, we checked in to the Qantas Business Class Lounge in Hong Kong Airport. The lounge is located on level 7, a mezzanine level, with the Qantas lounge directly over Gate 15. You’ll need to get up to level 7 via the escalators or lift before you make your way down the wing. If you walk to Gate 15 you’ll frustratingly realise that you can look up and see the lounge, but you’ll have to backtrack to the start of the wing to access it.

Entry to the Qantas business class lounge is on the mezzanine above gate 15

Entry to the Qantas business class lounge is on the mezzanine above gate 15

The Qantas lounge is long, as you walk in you’ll see the bar to your left hand side followed by a series of different dining and lounge area. To the right of the walkway are the bathrooms and some quiet areas.

Walking in to the Qantas lougne, the bar is immediately to your left followed by a series of different dining an lounge areas.

Walking in to the Qantas lounge, the bar is immediately to your left followed by a series of different dining an lounge areas.

After flying from Australia and then more then a few hours exploring Hong Kong, we headed straight to the showers as our first port of call. Modern, clean, and stocked with luxurious products, the showers were a very welcome relief.

The luxurious shower cubicles inside the Hong Kong airport Qantas Lounge.

The luxurious shower cubicles inside the Hong Kong airport Qantas Lounge.

Within the lounge there are a variety of different lounge areas with plenty of space, sports were showing on TV’s in some of the lounge areas, but the lounge is constructed as such that it did not disturb other areas.

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Some lounge areas included TVs featuring current sporting events

qantas business class lounge, hong kong airport

A variety and plenty of seating options

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Various lounge areas inside the Qantas business class lounge at Hong Kong airport.

The dining options in the Qantas lounge included plenty of self serve dishes, including hot meals, fresh salads, and cakes. The food was well stocked, nicely displayed and readily available. A coffee machine was available to use and staff were more than happy to supply additional items such as soy milk upon request.

Self service food in the Qantas business class lounge

A selection of hot dishes are available in a self serve kitchen.

Self service food in the Qantas business class lounge

Fresh salads are well stocked and nicely displayed.

Self service food in the Qantas business class lounge

A self serve coffee machine and selection of cakes.

A second self serve area includes a variety of beverages, with soft drinks, wine, and tea & coffee available along with few bar snacks.

Self serve bar and snacks in the Qantas lounge at Hong Kong Airport

Self serve bar area with a variety of drinks available

Self serve bar and snacks in the Qantas lounge at Hong Kong Airport

A selection of wines are available for you to help yourself to.

Self serve bar and snacks in the Qantas lounge at Hong Kong Airport

Bar snacks available in the self serve bar.

There are a variety of dining areas within the lounge, included large tables for communal or group dining, and small tables for individual dining.

Qantas bar inside the Hong Kong Qantas lounge.
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Communal dining table and work stations.

dining areas inside the Qantas Hong Kong Lounge

Reserved individual dining tables.

The staffed bar at the front of the lounge is a comfortable place to while away the time with a fully stocked bar, self serve wine and snacks, and a selection of magazines.

Qantas bar inside the Hong Kong Qantas lounge. Qantas bar inside the Hong Kong Qantas lounge.

 

Qantas bar inside the Hong Kong Qantas lounge.

Qantas Lounge Access:

The Qantas Lounge at Hong Kong Airport is available to:

Qantas first class passengers travelling on a QF flight + 1 guest (guest must be travelling on the same flight)
Emirates first class passengers on a Qantas or Emirates flights with an EK number + 1 guest (guest must be travelling on the same flight)
Qantas business class passengers travelling on a QF flight + 1 guest (guest must be travelling on the same flight)
Emirates business class passengers on a Qantas or Emirates flights with an EK number
Jetstar business class passengers travelling on a Jetstar operated and marketed flight on a business max fare
Platinum One, Platinum and Gold Frequent Flyers travelling on a Qantas, Emirates, Jetstar or oneworld operated and marketed flight + 1 guest (guest must be travelling on the same flight)
Qantas Club member travelling on a Qantas or Jetstar flight number + 1 guest (guest must be travelling on the same flight)
Qantas Club Annual Guest Card member and guest must be travelling on a Qantas or Jetstar flight number (Admits one guest in addition to normal guest entitlements
Emirates Platinum and Gold Skyward members travelling on a Qantas or Emirates flight with a QF or EK flight number  + 1 guest (guest must be travelling on the same flight)
Emerald and Sapphire oneworld members travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight  + 1 guest (guest must be travelling on the same flight)
International First oneworld passengers travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight  + 1 guest (guest must be travelling on the same flight)
International Business class one world passengers travelling on a oneworld operated and marketed flight

 

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Our review of Finnair’s A350 business class
Our review of Finnair’s business class inflight food
Our review of Finnair’s Helsinki Business Class Lounge
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Our Helsinki Airport Guide

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