What to do in Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar
- Jade Scammells
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Founded in 1985, Emirates is the world’s fourth largest airline in terms of revenue and international passengers carried. Operating over 2,400 passenger flights to 140 cities in 81 countries around the world.
The Emirates First Class Lounge in Dubai spans an entire floor of luxurious amenities and services to suit your needs. You’ll find everything from a dining area, a lounge, business workstations, a child’s playroom, private showers, a spa and even a whole aisle of luxury duty free shops right inside the lounge.
Here’s a quick guide to everything the Emirates First Class Lounge has to offer:
Location: Terminal 3, Concourse A
Hours: 24 Hours
Every First Class traveller receives a complimentary 15 minute spa treatment at the exclusive Timeless Spa. Relax and refresh afterwards in one of several large bathroom areas with private showers.
The lounge features a unique large private smoking room adorned with leather armchairs, a private manned bar, and a large selection of cigars.
You will also find a dedicated sleeping room with chaise lounges and soft lighting to get some shut eye before your journey.
Finally – utilise strong WiFi, free phone charging stations, and various areas to get work done throughout the lounge. With several seating options including dedicated workstations with computers, you’ll have everything you need to be efficient on the road.
The crown jewel of this impressive lounge is the restaurant. It boasts an la carte full service dining experience and menus that rotate throughout the day. You will enjoy the same service you receive in the sky, with foods that can be customised and prepared to your taste.
For travellers short on time, there is a ‘grab and go’ area with snacks and treats, and an impressive self-serve bar area with beer, liquor, spirits, and fine wine.
You can also purchase over 1,000 rare and fine wines from Le Clos wine cellar right inside the airport lounge.
For more information on Emirates as an airline, click here.