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More than 30 Emirates lounges open worldwide

Celebrating the re-opening of the Emirates Lounge in Concourse C, Dubai International Airport – the 7th Dubai lounge to reopen after the pandemic, premium passengers can look forward to an exceptionally comfortable travel experience during the peak travel period, as more than 30 Emirates Lounges around the world have returned to full service.

Located in Concourse C, adjacent to Gates C09, the newly re-opened Emirates Lounge is a 1308 square meter and 265- seat dedicated space for rest, relaxation, and refreshment before travel.

Emirates lounges in Dubai include distinctive features like the Moët & Chandon Champagne Lounge in the Business Class Lounge in Concourse B.Emirates lounges in Dubai include distinctive features like the Moët & Chandon Champagne Lounge in the Business Class Lounge in Concourse B. 

Get energized at the Health Hub which provides a wide array of nutritious snacks and fresh juices for passengers looking to enhance their wellness.Get energized at the Health Hub which provides a wide array of nutritious snacks and fresh juices for passengers looking to enhance their wellness.

 

First and Business Class customers can access the lounge on a complimentary basis, as well as Silver, Gold and Platinum Skywards members. Premium Economy and Economy passengers can enjoy paid access at $150 exclusive of taxes, or just $125 for Emirates Skywards members. Currently open 24/7 to service the high demand of festive season, passengers can relax in the lounges for up to 4 hours before a flight.

With elegant design and décor including Italian marble floors, leather sofas, water features and eye-catching Rolex clocks – Emirates Lounges are purpose built for comfort with multiple chaise longue pillows and blankets, complimentary premium wines, spirits, champagne, and dedicated dining areas with gourmet cuisine designed by award-winning chefs.

To renew and refresh, there are dedicated shower spas with bathrooms and baby changing facilities, TVs dotted around the lounge, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout, PCs and printers, and an area to charge devices. A fully equipped business center is also available, including meeting rooms with projectors and individual touch screen workstations.

Emirates has a vast network of 39 dedicated airport lounges, including seven in Dubai and 32 located within major airports around the globe including Auckland, Bangkok, Birmingham, Boston, Cairo, Cape Town, Colombo, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Hamburg, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Los Angeles, Manchester, Melbourne, Milan, Munich, New York, Paris, Perth, Rome, San Francisco, Singapore, and Sydney.

Emirates Lounges in Dubai include distinctive features like the Moët & Chandon Champagne Lounge in the Business Class Lounge in Concourse B, where iconic cuvée’s are matched with mouth-watering canapés, created by Michelin-starred chefs.

In the First-Class Lounge in Concourse A, there is a Le Clos fine wine and luxury spirits boutique, where sommeliers are on hand to recommend a fine vintage to suit all tastes, and passengers may purchase favorite onboard wines in the Le Clos stores.

Passengers can also enjoy new concepts such as the Barista Experience by Costa Coffee and get energized at the Health Hub – providing a wide array of nutritious snacks and fresh juices for passengers looking to enhance their wellness, in the lounges in Concourse B.

For some pre-travel pampering, the serene Timeless Spas are situated in lounges in Concourse A and B, inviting passengers to choose from a signature menu of treatments and beauty therapies.

For young flyers, there are toys and video games in the children’s area, as well as tasty meals just for kids.

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