LAX: Los Angeles Emirates Lounge
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Emirates has opened a brand new lounge at Los Angeles LAX Airport. The 840 square yard lounge has seating for 157 customers and boasts Emirates' latest design
It has all the luxury amenities and services that you'd expect from Emirates, and in the standard Emirates house style, which is the same the world over, from Istanbul to Auckland, with high end Italian marble, leather armchairs and Walnut wood finish, and gold Rolex clocks.
Amenities include an indoor terrace overlooking the terminal atrium, a prayer room, and showers.
The Emirates LAX lounge has quite a few two plus two seats, which is a problem as most of the passengers are on their own. There are the usual beige leather armchairs or deep heavy mahogany tables, with some overlooking the active runway. The LAX Emirates lounge Gold Rolex clocks are much in evidence.
The lounge however has a rare feature, similar to British Airways Concorde Room balcony in LHR. It has a terrace overlooking the shops in the TBIT terminal below, with a great view of the digital art tower in the middle of the terminal.
FoodThere are also the rather 1960s looking salad bar domes with smaller plated dishes kept on ice.
The dining area has a generous buffet featuring a broad selection of high-quality appetizers, cold and hot entrees, soups, and desserts.
BarThere is the usual bar (plus a secondary smaller one in the back of the lounge) a refectory area, and dining room as in every Emirates lounge.
The champagne selection includes Veuve Cliquot.
Business FacilitiesAround the room there are plenty of power sockets (110v US plug only) and USB power ports, with free fast Wi-Fi, however if you are one of the few people who now don't pack your technology, there are six computers in a small business centre with a laser printer.
BathroomsClean, convenient and well-appointed shower suites are available, but just one shower in each gents and ladies bathrooms. Just ask the staff on the desk, and they will direct you. They have towels as well as amenities such as toothbrushes, combs and deodorants.
AccessEmirates' First and Business class passengers as well as Skywards Platinum and Gold members, and for Qantas Gold and Platinum members flying on Emirates 490 seat Airbus A380 to Dubai, or the later 777, but not on the usual Qantas flights.
The Emirates Lounge LAX is on the 6th floor of the Tom Bradley International Terminal (or TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport, and is only open for the once a day flight to Dubai.
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