✅ Verified Review
| Norwegian Airlines uses the No 1 lounge for their Business Class passengers. This is not a really big lounge and they can require reservations. When I arrived at the lounge I was asked if I had a reservation, and I was clueless. When I showed them my boarding pass they said they reserved spots for their Business Class passengers that are on flights so it was no problem. If you did not have a reservation and you were just using your membership or some kind of pass, they were not allowing people in as they were full that day. So, make a reservation if you are not flying Norwegian Business class. As far as lounges go, this was a very nice lounge. It is under construction now so the access is a bit strange. There was a really nice "library" which was a quiet area. Nice comfortable chairs and a long table that had some computers you could use. The main lounge was broken up into different areas which allowed for a lot of seating choices. They do a very nice breakfast spread which they take down at 11:00 and bring out lunch things. They also have a menu you can order from and they will prepare fresh food for you. That was really good! This lounge was better than either of Etihad's lounges in BKK or ABU as far as food choices. They offer the usual beverages, and have a sit down bar with a bartender. I did not notice any shower or sleeping areas. Free wifi. They have a monitor for flights inside the lounge.