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I’ve visited this lounge 4-5 times in the past 2 years as I usually connect in Frankfurt when flying from India to Colombia and viceversa. I spend around 5ish hours every time.
This lounge accepts priority pass and entering is just as easy as it...More
I visited on two recent occasions during long layovers. It's great as a place to sleep in a big chair, and hard to complain about with unlimited Priority Pass visits. I would however not visit if I were paying the entry fee. It isn't comparable...More
At the entry there is a T junction. To the left there is an area that looks quieter and “normal”. For priority pass plebs it’s off to the right into a long thin space with snoring bodies on most of the comfyish chairs. You’ll get...More
Save your lounge passes and NEVER go to this lounge. Food is garbage, it was lunch hour and they ran out of soup...when I asked if there was more coming out they looked at me like I was crazy. This would normally be OK except...More
I had a 3 hour layover in Frankfurt T1 and was looking for a shower. Priority pass indicated that this “land side” lounge had showers (had to leave security). On arrival at the lounge there was an hour waiting list for the shower, which was...More
This is a horrible lounge that is overcrowded, terribly located and for all that very expensive. Would never use again. We got our passes through a Condor flight as an add on due to a long layover. It took us half an hour to find...More
While this isn’t the most luxurious airport lounge I’ve ever been in, it served a purpose. I accessed it with my Priority Plus card after arriving from the US and before my train to Dresden.
The showers have a 5 Euro fee, but I can...More
As this is the only “priority pass” network lounge in terminal 1, I had slightly better expectations - such as that it would be past security. But no, you have to leave security to access this lounge, which is negatively convenient. Worse, there is only...More