BKK: Bangkok Thai Airways Concourse C East
The lounge also revels in natural light: the slumbers rooms around the edges of the room which takes the edge off many of the other lounges in Bangkok are absent (thankfully) and the light floods in.
Also, the computers have been moved away from the windows, and are now on the inner side. All in all, it makes for a pleasant place to stop over.
This lounge sometimes closes during the day: at these times you have to pop into the lounge 'over the road'.
FoodFood is ever so slightly poorer in this lounge, particularly at breakfast time, although it is still pretty good.
Hot food is limited to the heated cabinet with meat pies. There are also pot noodles.
Packets of sandwiches are on the shelf.
The mainstay of this lounge are fairy cakes. There are a lot of them, of many different types.
BarThe bar consists mainly of a fridge with cans of Carlsberg, Chang and Singa beer. Alas, wine here rarely makes an appearance.
There is also a rack of spirits on the shelf, with Chivas Regal, Drambuie and Martini (x3).
BathroomsThis lounge has no showers, but there is still a smallish bathroom in the lounge.
Business FacilitiesThe computers are the mainstay of the lounge - there are seven fast and new computers, in small booths along the inner edge of the walls here.
There is free fast wifi in the lounge.
This lounge is poor for newspapers, with only a few international papers here; mainly German.
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