CPH: Copenhagen Servisair Lounge
It is at least a relatively spacious lounge with a seating capacity of 120.
There is plenty of bold colour - if you like orange - and a wood parquet floor, in the style of 1960s dance halls. Chairs are worn out plastic creations, but there are large open areas of the lounge designed for 'standing'. I kid you not.
Don't miss the 'powernap' area at the back of the Servisair Copenhagen Lounge.
FoodThe Copenhagen Servisair Lounge used to have great make-it-yourself sandwiches. Alas, these were enhanced some years ago, and now you have to pay for the sandwiches - all of 40DKK. This was advertised at the time as an improvement.
To encourage people to pay up, there are few other bits of food left out: just some nuts, and a few basic biscuits.
BarBeer in the Servisair Copenhagen Lounge is basic: Carlsberg in cans.
As for wine - hmmm... The Copenhagen Servisair Lounge really does tacky when it comes to the wine: it comes in a strange dispenser, where you pull the handle, and out pours a thin trickle of red or white. There is a small printed card to tell you what the non-descript wine is.
There is however a decent Bloody Mary juice in the fridge, and a few decent spirits.
BathroomsToilets are in the lounge area, but there are no showers.
Business FacilitiesNo wifi, no computers, no nothing.
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