Another Cathay lounge rolls out the welcome mat, completing the restart of the airline's Asian lounge network.
This private haven for the well-heeled boasts its own immigration lane and a boutique shopping suite.
Business class travellers and frequent flyers can choose between two lounges – in fact, they can even visit both!
Whether you’re flying to or through the Asian metropolis, here’s a rundown of the Oneworld lounges that await…
Hong Kong’s best airport lounge makes a classy return as premium travel continues to rebound.
How you dress can determine your entry success, and there are a few grey areas to be mindful of.
The light-filled hangout continues the ‘upmarket lounge room’ look of its Newark sibling.
Star Alliance and Velocity members will find a fresh lounge experience waiting on their next trip to the Fog City.
The Shekou ‘seaport’ lounge is part of Cathay’s push into the Greater Bay Area.
Whether joining you on your travels or seeing you off at the airport, you may be able to bring guests into the lounge.
The revised access policies are a mixed bag for frequent flyers and Qantas Club members.
The freshly-opened Garden lounge now has a fashionable new neighbour, with a VIP guest list to match.
Life on the road just became more convenient for Priority Pass card-holders.
Singapore Airlines is taking over the old Qantas lounge and giving it a new lease of life.
These private suites deliver a whole new level of pre-flight relaxation.
Air Canada has an extensive roadmap planned for its lounge network.
Take advantage of these office suites to get some work done before your flight.
First class travellers and other high flyers enjoy a special menu that’s off limits to everyone else...