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Aer Lingus Gold Circle Business Class Lounge customer reviews



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AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE LOUNGE REVIEW  - T2, LONDON HEATHROW AIRPORT

Date :   28 October 2014

Review by : Alan Wan (UK)

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Much nicer lounge than the old terminal 1. There was lots of light from the floor to ceiling windows and good views of the runaway. However the choice of food (we were there 9-10.30am) was very limited: cereals, croissants, cheese and crackers. No bread or porridge. However the coffee was decent and if you really fancied it there was a good choice of alcohol.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBLIN AIRPORT

Date :   12 August 2014

Review by : D Boyne (UK)

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On return to UK visited Aer Lingus lounge. Clean and pleasant enough. Limited facilities and far from gates, buried somewhere in terminal 2. At 25euros per person it is very poor value.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBLIN AIRPORT

Date :   15 November 2013

Review by : Sean Leonard (Ireland)

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Regularly used this lounge in the past year always found it good, used it Saturday 5th October and what a change for the worse, no longer provide sandwiches (told they can't find a supplier by one of the staff) so lukewarm soup and brown bread all that was available. No small bottles of sparking water, only big bottles that had been opened all day gone flat. A woman told me in bad English that they have stopped the bottles of sparkling water as the airline loses revenue on onboard sales. Felt the whole experience was a let down. Aer Lingus you've done better in the past, this is terrible.



AER LINGUS "PANORAMA" BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - ZURICH AIRPORT

Date :   15 November 2013

Review by : Steve Patten (Ireland)

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Surly and unfriendly receptionists . On my Aer Lingus prestige my wife and I were permitted entry but told my two young children would not be allowed in. Never experienced that in a Gold Circle. So we sat outside and went in to get refreshments. They then watched us and it felt like we were being "watched" the entire time. Not even a great lounge. Very budget.



AER LINGUS "OASIS" BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - T4, NEW YORK JFK AIRPORT

Date :   5 April 2013

Review by : F Hogan (UK)

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The Oasis lounge seems to be shared amongst all the users of T4 at JFK. I didn't see any other lounges. Because of that lack of competition it seems that the staff are just not bothered. The "welcome" is perfunctory at best and at worst is really an entitlement check, after whether the staff lose interest in the passenger. Signage is poor, no times/distances to various gates, no advertising other facilities to passengers. Trying to plug in an iPhone charger was tricky as the first 2 sockets I found were both broken, exposing the innards of the socket wiring. Seating in the quiet area was not very comfortable. All in all, I wouldn't be rushing back.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBLIN AIRPORT

Date :   18 September 2012

Review by : A O'Connell (Ireland)

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Showers, toilets, decent range of snacks and drinks together with newspapers and mags. It is bright and airy and has a quite zone.



AER LINGUS BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBLIN AIRPORT

Date :   11 September 2012

Review by : Alan Wan (UK)

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Bright and spacious lounge. Drink and food selection reasonable but not brilliant. It is on two levels, I would choose the upper level as the views are better, but food choice slightly better downstairs.



AER LINGUS BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - LONDON HEATHROW AIRPORT

Date :   11 September 2012

Review by : Alan Wan (UK)

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I used this lounge for a 9.55am departure. It was not very busy, but was claustrophobic. The staff were welcoming and seemed happy to play with a passenger's toddler. The seating could do with a good clean. Food limited - cereal, cheap cheese and biscuits and even cheaper croissants. As a Gold Circle member I had free entry - but if you have to pay, don't bother.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - T2 DUBLIN AIRPORT

Review by : Patrick Jordan (Ireland)

Date :   14 September 2011

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The new lounge spans two floors with views of the apron, A water feaTUre dominates one wall. There are work stations and complimentary wifi. The range of food on offer during the early morning is sufficient and a bar service is available. This lounge has own showers and washrooms, something the former lounge lacked. The lounge is also open to non FFP members for a 25euro fee.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - BOSTON LOGAN AIRPORT

Review by : M Berman (USA)

Date :   4 May 2011

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Sitting here now kicking myself that I bought a day pass. Absolutely the most dismal, depressing, miserable lounge. In a windowless bunker. Shoddy, uncomfortable furniture, inedible old sandwiches indifferent attendant. I guess the troubles in Ireland filter down to their Airport lounges.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - LONDON HEATHROW AIRPORT

Review by : N Holohan (Ireland)

Date :   4 May 2011

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Ample seating, including armchairs and full-length recliners. Complimentary WiFi and a number of booths to work on your laptop along with three or four PCs (with very old software!). Staff helpful and courteous. Bar has a selection of hot and cold drinks, including soft drinks and alcohol. A limited selection of hot food. Large selection of newspapers.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - CORK AIRPORT

Review by : D Berry (Ireland)

Date :   4 May 2011

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Not to the same standard as other lounges (eg. Amsterdam) but actually pretty good. Staff (when they're there) are nice, and the lounge has a nice little selection of food and drink and free internet (although fair play to cork it's free throughout the airport). My only issue with cork is that it doesn't open until i think something like 6:00 although the flight to amsterdam leaves at 6:10. As with their other lounges no toilets although this doesn't really bother me that much.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - LONDON HEATHROW AIRPORT

Review by : J Russell

Date :   2 May 2010

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I'm sitting in the lounge, a bit incredulous that I paid for access to this. I paid for it because I had a lot of time to kill and it seemed a good way to pass the day. What a gloomy, awful lounge. I found this page because I was looking to see if maybe I'd missed something because it seems there is no free WiFi. Completely insane. I thought this was for business travellers? The girl at the desk looked me up and down when I walked in too, so apparently despite having a lounge that looks like a 3rd grade classroom without the fun stuff on the walls (or windows), they have a problem with how people dress? I'm neatly attired, but I'm flying today, so I am absolutely not wearing a suit. Anyway, the long and short of it is that the lounge is unfriendly, no amenities, no toilets, no natural light, can't really see myself bothering with it again.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBLIN AIRPORT

Review by : Patrick Jordan

Date :   18 March 2009

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My first visit to the Gold Circle lounge in many months. I was aware from other reviews of the decrease in size, but I didn't expect to see the work stations gone too. The only saving grace is that there is a choice of breads and pastries in the morning.




AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - LONDON HEATHROW AIRPORT

Review by : Patrick Jordan

Date :   18 March 2009

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The range of food and beverages is reasonable. The main attraction of this lounge is that it is beside boarding gates. This evening, I noticed the red wine bottle was empty. I asked the  attendant to replace it, but she wasn't able to open the new bottle. I can understand a bottle of wine being used, but to have a staff member unable to open another is beyond belief. What used to be a very good lounge has become almost a joke.



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE PREMIER BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBLIN AIRPORT

Review by : Shane Martin

Date :   28 February 2009

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The Gold Circle Lounge at EI home airport of Dublin has just been cut in size by around two thirds. Only a corner of the old lounge remains and the rest has been transformed into a staff room. Rather typical of EI really - an airline that typically seems to put staff ahead of customers. What remains of the lounge is mostly hard airport style seating. Not very must when we visited. Limited selection of drinks. Nice cookies. Glasses were very old and a little too dirty to use. Not convenient to most of EI's departure gates (10 min walk and then backtrack + 10 more minutes).



AER LINGUS GOLD CIRCLE BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - BOSTON AIRPORT

Review by : Mark Ackery

Date :   30 October 2008

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I got to use the Aer Lingus lounge as I was flying on Icelandair. This has got to be the pokiest grubbiest lounge I have ever seen or used. The food was soggy and not fresh and the decor is not very good. Gives a feeling of boredom and gloom. Aer Lingus needs to brighten this lounge up a lot. The lady there was nice and friendly - she was the best part about this lounge.





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