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EMIRATES FIRST/BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Date :   6 July 2011

Review by P Leelamanit (Thailand)

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The lounge opens only 3 hrs prior to the only flight that serves the airport per day, which is standard. The lounge's decoration is a bit bland due to Emirates color scheme, something they may have problem with with the current brand identity but that is okay. The couches are not very comfortable. The back rest is a little too low, compromising privacy and the spacing between them are a bit awkward as well. However, the food selection is great with options of cold and hot servings. The lounge staff are extremely attentive, and always come and ask if we need any help. The variety of alcohol drinks are great as well.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBAI INTL AIRPORT, T3

Date :   30 June 2011

Review by J Brownjohn (UK)

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Awful lounge. Crowded, hot, sweaty, long queues for showers, and you need a shower after going in the lounge. You're better off staying outside in the main concourse and that's saying something for a cramped and busy airport like Dubai.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBAI INTL AIRPORT, T3

Date :   16 June 2011

Review by H Beisser (Australia)

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This business lounge has the atmosphere of a train station in India. Totally overcrowded, not enough rest areas, enormous waiting times for showers. Unhelpful staff, inadequate food. Not a pleasant experience.



EMIRATES MARHABA LOUNGE REVIEW  - T3, DUBAI AIRPORT

Date :   10 June 2011

Review by Sadeva Dhanapala (Canada)

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This is a pay-per-use lounge which is pretty good. The capacity is limited however. There is Wifi (not fast but adequate), a good 24-hour menu, drinks, coffee. No showers though. Outbound they had a deal with Mastercard allowing gratis use of the facilities - on the return, the deal seemed to have expired and replaced with an Amex version. If you have a long stopover, it's well worth the investment of about USD46.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - T3, DUBAI INTL AIRPORT

Date :   7 June 2011

Review by Nathan Yu (USA)

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I agree the lounge at T3 can be a bit of a zoo. Most passengers, predictably, use the first food and beverage station immediately after entering the lounge. If you continue towards the end of the lounge, it's less crowded. Found the food selection quite good. Lounge staff worked rather well.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DOHA AIRPORT

Date :   12 May 2011

Review by Michael Schaible (Qatar)

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The food / beverage offer is disappointing : only a buffet with sandwiches and soup. No main dishes. The beverage offer is better but lounge is dry during night hours. The service is not up to standard, announcements for flights are done by staff walking around and shouting out the details. The lounge is overcrowded.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBAI INTL AIRPORT (T1)

Date :   4 May 2011

Review by Dave Andrew (UK)

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Emirates Lounge at Terminal 3 is not up to the standard expected. Lounge in Terminal 1 is much more relaxing, quieter, friendly staff plus a good selection of food & beverages. I always use this lounge as I cannot stand the main cattle-market lounge at Terminal 3.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - MANILA AIRPORT

Date :   4 May 2011

Review by A Thorne (UK)

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Possibly the worst and most dilapidated lounge I have ever experienced. The food is substandard there is one hot option on offer. Besides the bar there are beer bottles on the floor and there has been no cleaning / table clearing. Beyond the food facilities, the smoking area is not insulated from the non-smoking sections of the lounge. WIFI internet access is available in 15 minute blocks and VPNs for corporate use are not available. All of the computers in the lounge are giving Microsoft warnings for being non Genuine copies of Windows. The lounge is poorly lit, air vents are blackened and there is tape hanging from the wall. The door was unattended on my arrival and no welcoming / check-in.



EMIRATES FIRST/BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - MELBOURNE AIRPORT

Date :   4 May 2011

Review by N Mulhall (Australia)

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Decent sized for an airport where there is only about 5 Emirates flights a day. Good food, polite staff, excellent Internet connection and a good view of the planes.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - DUBAI INTL AIRPORT

Date :   4 May 2011

Review by A Dodabalapur (USA)

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The wifi facilities woefully inadequate with only minimal bandwidth. The bathroom facilities were inadequate for the number of people using the lounge. The food selection was quite good and service was good.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - T3, DUBAI AIRPORT

Date :   2 May 2011

Review by S Waltersen (Australia)

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We checked into the lounge at Dubai, waited for our flight to be called, but it never was. 25 minutes before the scheduled departure time we rushed for the gate - reached the gate 12 minutes before departure, but they would not let us board. Our bags had to be offloaded, which would have taken a lot longer than letting us on the flight. We had to re-book our flight, and they charged us A$150 re-booking fee. The flight was never called in the lounge and we were not paged. I have never encountered such poor service in any Business Class lounge anywhere in the world. With Emirates, Business Class is obviously 2nd Class.



EMIRATES FIRST/BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - LONDON GATWICK AIRPORT

Date :   2 May 2011

Review by D West (UK)

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Very good experience. Plenty of room to spread out with approximately 12 passengers total during the time we passed through. A nice start to our flight to MRU.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - T3, DUBAI AIRPORT

Date :   2 May 2011

Review by M Johns (Cyprus)

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We have used this lounge many times, each time you hope it will get better, but it seems to get worse. Showers inadequate, toilets a disgrace with queues up to 10 waiting for a cubicle (for both sexes). Its becoming just a holding area with refreshments.



EMIRATES BUSINESS CLASS LOUNGE REVIEW  - T3, DUBAI AIRPORT

Date :   2 May 2011

Review by B Brew (UK)

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Not a business class lounge by any stretch of the imagination. Had to spend 7 hours in it overnight. It was quite empty when we arrived but still not enough loungers to try and grab some sleep. Got some eventually - loungers that is not sleep. Had to go in search of blankets and even with two it was chilly. Whoever thought it was a good idea to put the quiet sleeping area directly above a security check area with metal rollers clattering all night long needs sacking. I would have expected an airline in its home base to have a showcase lounge.





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