LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge Warsaw

Eingang der LOT Business Lounge Warschau

For our trip to the US this year, we tried LOT's Premium Economy. Star Alliance Gold status allowed us to visit LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge during stopover at Warsaw Airport. You can find out in the review whether we had a pleasant stay on site.

Where is the LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge Warsaw located?

After our arrival by flight LO388 from Berlin-Tegel, we were picked up by a minibus on the apron of Warsaw Airport. LOT offers this private transfer to every passenger in Premium Economy and Business Class on. After being dropped off at the terminal building, we followed the signs to the LOT Business Lounge. This is in the direction of the N gates on the third floor. The entrance is quite narrow due to the security check for transfer passengers in front of it.

Who has access to the LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge Warsaw?

At the reception desk in the LOT Business Lounge, we first had to show our boarding and frequent flyer cards. After we were granted admission, we walked to the back of the well-stocked business lounge. The entrance to the LOT Elite Club Lounge was somewhat hidden on the right-hand side in the bistro area. No Star Alliance Gold passenger should be put off by the words “HON Circle” on the doormat. Every passenger with Star Alliance Gold frequent flyer status has access to the lounge. Eligible passengers may also take one guest with them.

Eingang zur LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge
Entrance to LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge

How is the LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge Warsaw equipped?

Behind the sliding glass door was another reception where we repeatedly had to identify ourselves as Star Alliance Gold members. To the left of this was the large buffet area. There was also a seating area with brown leather chairs. There was a small storage area between the armchairs. Sockets were only available on the wall.

sitting area

Tucked away to the rear of the lounge was a relaxation area with four very comfortable armchairs with ottomans. Here, too, there were sockets and additional reading lamps on the wall. Here we relaxed while we waited for our flight to Chicago.

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Comfortable armchairs

Unfortunately, the lounge did not offer its own Wi-Fi, so we had to use the airport-wide “Chopin Premium VIP” during our stay. Unfortunately, this was a bit slow in some cases. Another disadvantage was that there was unfortunately not a single window with direct daylight.

What to eat and drink in the LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge Warsaw?

Um das Angebot an Essen & Trinken zu bewerten, reicht es eigentlich den Firmennamen des Caterer zu nennen: Do&Co. Der Name steht im Regelfall für erstklassige Qualität. Dies bestätigte sich auch während unseres Aufenthaltes. Allein bei den warmen Speisen hatten wir die Auswahl zwischen gebratenem Schweinefilet mit halbglazierter-Soße und Vollkorn-Senf, gebratenen Hoki-Fisch mit Szechuan-Soße und gebratenen chinesischen Nudeln mit Gemüse und Austernpilzen und unter anderem Gnocchi mit Erbsen. Zusätzlich zum warmen Buffet gab es noch verschiedene Käsesorten, Wurst, Fisch-Häppchen und eine große Variation an verschiedenen Desserts.

The range of drinks was excellent, as was the choice of food. There was a variety of soft drinks and beers in a large two-door fridge. There was also a lavish selection of spirits, wine and even champagne from Nicolas Feuillatte.

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Review of the LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge at Warsaw Airport
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We were extremely pleasantly surprised by the LOT Polish Airlines Elite Club Lounge at Warsaw Airport. The selection of food and drinks was above the level of a Lufthansa Senator Lounge. However, the space is limited and the lack of daylight reduces the overall impression.


My name is Christian and I was born in the green heart of Germany and studied computer engineering in Ilmenau, Thuringia. Since 2021, I live with my wife Christin and our son in Merseburg and work in Leipzig as a product manager. What I love about travelling is flying, discovering delicious food and drink, and staying in great hotels. I am a travel enthusiast and always on the lookout for the next adventure. I have been posting about my experiences on the road since 2007.

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