Lufthansa Lounge Milan-Malpensa

Lufthansa Lounge Mailand-Malpensa

The Lufthansa Lounge Milan-Malpensa was extensively renovated some time ago. During a business trip to Milan, I was able to get an impression of whether the modernized lounge meets the expectations of the Italian fashion capital.

Where is the Lufthansa Lounge Milan-Malpensa located?

The new Lufthansa Lounge at Milan-Malpensa Airport is located behind the security check in Terminal 1. The lounge is very well signposted. On the way there, however, I first had to fight my way through the endless duty-free shops. The lounge entrance is next to the stairs leading down to Gates A24-A39.

Lufthansa Lounge Mailand-Malpensa
Lufthansa Lounge Milan-Malpensa

Who has access to the Lufthansa Lounge Milan-Malpensa?

Wie zu allen Lufthansa Business Lounges erhalten auch hier Lufthansa und Star Alliance Business und First Class Passagiere, sowie Miles & More Teilnehmer mit einem Frequent Traveller, Senator oder HON Circle Status Zugang. Selbstverständlich dürfen auch Passagiere mit einem Star Alliance Gold Status in die Lounge. Bis auf Business Class Passagiere oder Inhaber des Miles and More Frequent Traveller Status, darf man einen Gast mit in die Lounge nehmen.

How is the Lufthansa Lounge Milan-Malpensa equipped?

Since my flight to Munich was scheduled for 8:40 am, the lounge was pleasantly empty when I arrived early in the morning. So I took the opportunity to photograph the different seating areas for my lounge review. Immediately after the entrance control, there are two larger tables with sufficient sockets and chairs on the left-hand side. Only the "through traffic" could be disturbing here in the long run.

Tische zum Arbeiten und Essen
Tables for working and eating

The floor plan of the lounge in Milan is L-shaped. In the back area there are many more seating options and tables for dining. The individual areas are separated by floor-to-ceiling wooden installations, so that there is no waiting hall character.

Sitzbereich mit raumhohen Holzinstallationen
Seating area with floor to ceiling wooden installations

I particularly liked the back area of ​​the lounge. Very comfortable leather armchairs stand in front of a stylized, illuminated wall of books. The room is illuminated by several oversized light bulbs hanging from the ceiling.

What is there to eat and drink in the Lufthansa Lounge Milan-Malpensa?

In general, the range of food and drinks in the Lufthansa lounges has improved significantly over the past year. However, the breakfast buffet in Milan was much more extensive and of higher quality than I know from other Lufthansa Senator Lounges. Various baked goods as well as local cheese and sausage specialties were offered at the buffet. There was also a muesli buffet with various yoghurts, fresh fruit and muesli.

In addition to two fully automatic coffee machines and freshly prepared juices, there are also soft drinks and water. A variety of wines, beers and spirits are also available. But due to the early time of day I didn't look at it. I preferred to have an espresso macchiato prepared at the bar. At the bar there are coffee specialties as well as cocktails and long drinks.

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Rating of the Lufthansa Lounge Milan-Malpensa
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  • Beverages
  • Service
  • Seating
  • Ambiance
  • Cleanliness


The Lufthansa Lounge at Milan Malpensa Airport is a little jewel in the boring airport building. With the great design and the delicious selection of food, it is definitely worth a visit!


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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