Cheapflights.co.uk is opening the doors for consumers on airport lounges around the globe in a tips page which lays out the facts on the best ways to get in one of those exclusive areas. For those who feel the pinch of their wallet at the thought of paying more money to an airline, you may be relieved to know you don’t have to be flying Business Class to have access to the VIP lounge - it can cost from as little as £16.
Once you’re in and guzzling free drinks you may find yourself asking “What next?” Apart from run of the mill internet access and free newspapers, what else can you really expect? It all depends on where you are, and if the best one you have ever been in only had a spa you may not want to read on.
For the best extra services in the Orient: Thai Airways First Class lounge not only offers Thai massages but complimentary travel in a Mercedes Benz
For the most unusual feature: head to Kuala Lumpur and see an actual river running through the Malaysian Airlines lounge!
The ultimate in relaxation: Cathay Pacific’s airport lounge in Hong Kong offers the following receptacles on which to rest your weary body: private cabanas, vast sunken bathtubs, and chaise lounges.
For the best pampering: make sure you stop over in the British Airways Lounge at JFK airport in New York - with its very own Molton Brown Spa you won’t want to leave after all the massages and treatments!