- The Private Room
- SQ26 SIN-FRA-JFK Suites
- Luftansa Senator Lounge
- New York Marriott Marquis
- The Ritz Carlton New York Nomad
- Kimpton Eventi New York
- Conrad New York Downtown
- SQ25 JFK-FRA Business
- The Westin Grand Frankfurt
- Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel and Conference Centre
- Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge
- SQ25 FRA-SIN Suites
As unremarkable as it was, a quick review of this layover spot is still necessary.
There are a few Luftansa lounges in Frankfurt Airport but the one for passengers on SQ26 for the 2-hour layover is Luftansa Senator Lounge (website) as it is just a short walk away.
- Location – Frankfurt International Airport, near Gate B43
- Operating Hours – 0600 – 2130 daily.
- Access – Star Alliance premium cabin partners and there used to be purchased access which currently has been suspended.
The entrance to the lounge is rather subdued / muted and a staffed counter checks for eligibility before letting passengers in. Once in, you take an escalator one floor up to find the grey/orange entrance.
This lounge is actually quite a big lounge with plenty of seating in different permutation: cushy sofa seats, big couch seats, high tables, round coffee tables, and solo chilling chairs. The spread is so wide that I’d imagine that this space will hardly be crowded. I visited at about 7:00am local time and saw only a smattering of occupied tables.
I saw a business centre of sorts as well – a running length of partitioned work desks with a printer nestled in one corner.
It was breakfast time at the time of my visit and the food on offer actually looked decent though I didn’t have the stomach space try anything. Here are some pics anyways for reference:
The drinks on offer:
Other facilities I saw includes lockers, browsing materials, and even a Senator Spa (paid service).
I only spent about 1hour in the lounge and I can only say the lounge is a functional space – nothing fancy but perfectly adequate in terms of space and food/drinks.