Due to the volume of mail we currently receive, we have put together these FAQs to help you find the answers you are looking for in a time-efficient manner.
For FAQs specifically for airport lounge passes, click here.
Lounge passes can be purchased on this booking module.
Please contact your airline to find out which terminal and/or concourse your flight departs from. Alternatively, you can check the airport's web site to see where your flight typically departs from. Then, refer to our airport guide for that airport to see which lounges are accessible by paying at the door, purchasing a lounge pass or through a membership.
If the information is not already published on the site, we do not know. As of July 2016, we are doing a major lounge update to find this information. When we do receive this information from the lounge, we will publish it on the site immediately. We do not withhold information. All that we know about a lounge or an airport is published on the site.
Please check with your credit card company. Benefits vary according to credit card program and country.
For hours, lounge locations, facilities and lounge access information, visit our lounge guides. All the information that we know about the lounges is published on the site. We do not have secret information offline that we are withholding from readers.
Items left in the lounges are not reported to us. Please contact the lounge directly.
You can only access the airside, or secure area of the airport, once you have checked in for your flight and dropped off your bags. Check your airline to find out how early you can check-in and drop off your bags.
Lounge rates are non-negotiable and can be found on our booking module.
Sleep room reservations are available at the lounge door when you arrive.
Showers can not be pre-booked. Please inquire at the lounge door.
"Smart casual" is described as "neat, conventional, yet relatively informal in style". Travellers wearing dirty clothes, ripped clothing, sports attire (jerseys, baseball caps), and backpacker casual attire are not permitted. Stag and hen parties also also not permitted in some lounges.
Landside refers to the area of the airport that is located in the public area of the terminal. Airside refers to the area of the airport that is located past security in the secure zone of the terminal. Travellers in transit will always be airside unless they pass through immigration. If a transit traveller wants to access a landside lounge, they would need to have a Visa (if required) and go through immigration.
In many European airports, you will see reference to "Schengen" and "non-Schengen" areas in the terminals. The Schengen area is for flights with destinations to the 22 European countries that have eliminated passport and border control at their mutual borders. The non-Schengen area is the area for flights going to all other destinations. These countries are included in the Schengen zone: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, FInland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.
It is not possible to make a lounge booking and pay at the door. If the lounge offers door rates, you can simply show up at the door and if space is available, you can pay to enter.