Emirates opens bigger, better Bangkok Airport Lounge


Emirates’ premium and loyal customers can now enjoy even greater levels of comfort, hospitality and convenience with the opening of a new, larger Emirates Airport Lounge at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

All Emirates First Class and Business Class passengers, as well as Platinum and Gold Skywards members, have complimentary access to the new lounge, which has an increased seating capacity of 202, and will serve approximately 450 customers per day.

Bangkok’s bigger and better lounge is the latest to benefit from Emirates’ 12 billion-plus baht (US$365.4 million) ongoing investment in upgrading and refurbishing its 41 dedicated Airport Lounges around the world. Completed at a cost of 76.4 million baht (US$2.2 million) to better serve Emirates’ expanding customer base, the new Bangkok Lounge ensures travelers enjoy a seamless and enjoyable journey where they are able to rest or work from the moment they start their travel, to the moment they arrive at their destination.

Designed in line with Emirates’ new contemporary and fresh lounge concept, with bespoke artwork and furnishings, the Bangkok Lounge offers a relaxing ambiance and a pleasant view of the Airport Garden at West Wing. Customers also have access to Emirates’ range of award-winning services, including comfortable leather armchairs, LED TVs, a dedicated dining area with a choice of bar seating, and an extensive menu of complimentary hot and cold gourmet buffet, featuring local and international dishes and an extensive beverage service, including premium champagnes and wines.

The Bangkok Lounge also has toilet and shower facilities, a prayer room, a fully equipped business centre with state of the art touch screen workstations and complimentary Wi-Fi and, of course, dedicated lounge staff to complete Emirates’ trademark lounge experience.

Emirates’ growing global network of lounges, combined with the luxurious Chauffeur Drive service, provides Emirates customers with a luxurious extension of its award-winning service, from the very start to the end of their journey.

In addition to Bangkok, and the seven lounges at its hub Dubai International Airport, Emirates also has dedicated lounges at   Auckland, , Beijing,  Birmingham, Boston, Brisbane, Cape Town, Colombo, Delhi, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Los Angeles, Manchester, Melbourne, Milan, Munich, Narita, New York – JFK, Paris – Charles de Gaulle, Perth, Rome, San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and Zurich, representing an investment of over US$350 million.

Emirates offers seven flights per day from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Dubai International Airport, six of which are via the iconic Emirates Airbus A380 and one flight via Boeing 777.