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Travel is a synonym of surprise, but we’re referring to welcome surprises, the kind that provide you with a unique, comfortable and memorable experience. Premium Traveller gives you 5 reasons for loving your stay at the airport: 

  1. Eating a Wagyu beef (mistakenly known as Kobe beef) carpaccio. The most expensive meat in the world can be found in the kitchen of Qantas’s VIP lounges in Sydney and Melbourne.
  2. Relaxing in a cabin. Known as “The Wing”, Cathay Pacific’s super VIP Lounge at Hong Kong airport includes five fully private cabins, each of which includes an enormous bathtub, a rain-effect shower, and white, fluffy bathrobes and slippers. 
  3. Eating at the Eiffel Tower restaurant. The VIP Lounge at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport boasts an haute-cuisine French restaurant run by chef Alain Ducasse, who is also in charge of the Jules Verne restaurant at Paris’s iconic Tower. 
  4. There’s life after jet lag. The Elemis Spa at British Airways’ London-Heathrow and New York-JFK VIP lounges offers completely free 15-minute beauty treatments. Its star product, however, has to be the “jet-lag eyes reviver”, which uses advanced anti-ageing technology to provide relief to tired eyes and soften their lines of expression. 
  5. Playing billiards Istanbul airport is the site of the Turkish Airlines VIP Lounge, which features private relaxation rooms where you can take a nap or a shower, but if what you really want is a bit of fun, don’t hesitate to visit the billiards area. 

Remember Premium Traveller is always there with you at the airport. Book our most exclusive services and become a genuine #premiumtraveller

5 reasons to love being at the airport 
 
Travel is a synonym of surprise, but we’re referring to welcome surprises, the kind that provide you with a unique, comfortable and memorable experience. Premium Traveller gives you 5 reasons for loving your stay at the airport: 
 
1. Eating a Wagyu beef (mistakenly known as Kobe beef) carpaccio. The most expensive meat in the world can be found in the kitchen of Qantas’s VIP lounges in Sydney and Melbourne.
2. Relaxing in a cabin. Known as “The Wing”, Cathay Pacific’s super VIP Lounge at Hong Kong airport includes five fully private cabins, each of which includes an enormous bathtub, a rain-effect shower, and white, fluffy bathrobes and slippers. 
3. Eating at the Eiffel Tower restaurant. The VIP Lounge at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport boasts an haute-cuisine French restaurant run by chef Alain Ducasse, who is also in charge of the Jules Verne restaurant at Paris’s iconic Tower. 
4. There’s life after jet lag. The Elemis Spa at British Airways’ London-Heathrow and New York-JFK VIP lounges offers completely free 15-minute beauty treatments. Its star product, however, has to be the “jet-lag eyes reviver”, which uses advanced anti-ageing technology to provide relief to tired eyes and soften their lines of expression. 
5. Playing billiards Istanbul airport is the site of the Turkish Airlines VIP Lounge, which features private relaxation rooms where you can take a nap or a shower, but if what you really want is a bit of fun, don’t hesitate to visit the billiards area. 
 
Remember Premium Traveller is always there with you at the airport. Book our most exclusive services and become a genuine #premiumtraveller. 

5 reasons to love being at the airport

 

Travel is a synonym of surprise, but we’re referring to welcome surprises, the kind that provide you with a unique, comfortable and memorable experience. Premium Traveller gives you 5 reasons for loving your stay at the airport:

 

1. Eating a Wagyu beef (mistakenly known as Kobe beef) carpaccio. The most expensive meat in the world can be found in the kitchen of Qantas’s VIP lounges in Sydney and Melbourne.

2. Relaxing in a cabin. Known as “The Wing”, Cathay Pacific’s super VIP Lounge at Hong Kong airport includes five fully private cabins, each of which includes an enormous bathtub, a rain-effect shower, and white, fluffy bathrobes and slippers.

3. Eating at the Eiffel Tower restaurant. The VIP Lounge at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport boasts an haute-cuisine French restaurant run by chef Alain Ducasse, who is also in charge of the Jules Verne restaurant at Paris’s iconic Tower.

4. There’s life after jet lag. The Elemis Spa at British Airways’ London-Heathrow and New York-JFK VIP lounges offers completely free 15-minute beauty treatments. Its star product, however, has to be the “jet-lag eyes reviver”, which uses advanced anti-ageing technology to provide relief to tired eyes and soften their lines of expression.

5. Playing billiards Istanbul airport is the site of the Turkish Airlines VIP Lounge, which features private relaxation rooms where you can take a nap or a shower, but if what you really want is a bit of fun, don’t hesitate to visit the billiards area.

 

Remember Premium Traveller is always there with you at the airport. Book our most exclusive services and become a genuine #premiumtraveller.