Airport lounger operator, Plaza Premium, has opened a new flagship facility at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).
Located in the airport’s West Hall, the new 1,390m² lounge will open 24 hours a day and will be available to all passengers on a pay-as-you-use basis.
The lounge will feature a range of facilities, with separate areas for relaxing, dining or working. F&B offerings will a tea station, salad bar and noodle bar, plus an area for hot and cold tapas. There will also be an a la carte menu and a self-serve wine dispenser.
For business travellers, there will be work stations, free Wi-Fi, and a range of power sockets, plus individual booths where passengers can make Skype chats or phone calls. For those wanting to relax, there is a range of armchairs, and the lounge also features two showers.
“The opening of the West Hall Lounge at Hong Kong International Airport marks a new chapter for Plaza Premium,” said Song Hoi-See, the company’s founder & CEO. “In designing this flagship lounge, we continue to innovate the airport environment. To create this lounge we focused on enhancing the ambience, service, facilities and food and beverage offerings to create the ultimate airport retreat.”
Plaza Premium now operates lounges at 29 international airports, and plans to expand into Sydney, Mumbai, Bengaluru and London Heathrow in the coming months.