Qatar Airways Impresses with New Lounge at Singapore Airport
Qatar Airways passengers are in for a treat as the airline has officially opened its new Premium Lounge at Singapore Changi Airport at Terminal 1.
Featuring an ultra luxurious interior and enhanced offerings, the new Premium Lounge aims to narrow the gap between business and first class lounges.
Spanning approximately 700 square metres to accommodate over 85 passengers at once, the Premium Lounge operates daily from 7:30am to 2:00am, offering Qatar Airways Business Class passengers a sophisticated environment with contemporary Arabic design elements.
The grand entrance showcases Qatar Airways’ signature “Marhaba” engraved stand-stone wall with a luxurious display of fresh white orchids. A botanical patterned wall inspired by Singapore’s affinity to horticulture and greenery is also added for a local touch.
Thoughtfully planned for different travellers’ needs, the lounge features seven different seating areas including the Principal Lounge, Quiet Pods, Garden Bistro, High Seating, Martini Bar, Brasserie and Private Lounge.
The lounge is equipped with a full kitchen for freshly-prepared à la carte food orders on demand, on top of an existing buffet spread offering an international menu. A dedicated mixologist is also available at the centerpiece Martini Bar, offering mocktail and cocktail options to complete the five-star lounge experience.
Guests wishing to relax in a quiet environment can occupy one of the five Quiet Pods, which offer a cozy, semi-private space equipped with sound proofing, reading lights, a coat hanger and universal charging points.
Other features include custom furniture pieces including a carefully designed sideboard, strategically placed next to the seats, and includes a lamp, universal plug point, wireless charger and a compartment suitable for storing handbags and personal belongings.
Qatar Airways has a growing portfolio of Premium Lounges in key markets. These exclusive Arabic-inspired lounges are located in London, United Kingdom, Paris, France, Beirut, Lebanon, and Bangkok, Thailand.