Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24

Lufthansa Senator Lounge München G24

I have often used the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich Gate G24 when changing planes. However, there were always too many passengers on site for photos. Luckily I was able to take the chance on our way back from Italy on Sunday evening and catch up on this long overdue review.

Where is the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24 located?

The Lufthansa Senator Lounge is located directly after the central security check on the left side of the terminal. If, like us, you change planes in Munich and have a connecting flight within Germany or the Schengen area, you will find the entrance to the lounge when you go to Gate G24 or the central area of ​​Terminal 2. The Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24 is open daily from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Eingang zur Lufthansa Senator Lounge München G24
Entrance to the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24

Who has access to the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24?

As with all Lufthansa Senator Lounges, Lufthansa and Star Alliance First Class passengers and holders of Star Alliance Gold status have access to the lounge. You should also be in possession of a boarding pass for a Lufthansa or Star Alliance flight departing on the same day. You can also invite another guest to the lounge. You can find more information at

How is the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24 equipped?

Compared to the Lufthansa Senator Lounge at Frankfurt Airport's A gates (here you can find our review) the lounge in Munich is rather small and doesn't offer that much space. But in the newly built satellite terminal there is also a Lufthansa Senator Lounge (unser Review), which is much larger.

Lufthansa Senator Lounge München G24
Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24

There is a Lufthansa service counter on the right immediately after the entry check. On the opposite side there are large lockers (big enough to stow a trolley), two telephone booths and a small Lufthansa Worldshop.

phone booths

The main area of ​​the lounge consists of several seating areas. On the one hand there are two counters with bar stools, several tables with chairs and an area with leather armchairs. The latter were partly already very worn out.

There is also a bar at the back of the lounge, additional tables and some workstations with printers. Sufficient sockets were also available at the workplaces. Unfortunately, as the lounge is located inside the airport, there is no natural light. The low ceilings also make the lounge appear a bit cramped.

Another highlight are the clean and well-appointed shower rooms. Each unit has a shower, sink, toilet and plenty of space for changing and storing bags.

What is there to eat and drink in the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24?

The best thing about the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich opposite Gate G24 is definitely the Barista Bar. Not only fresh coffee specialties from a portafilter machine are offered here, but also a large selection of cocktails, long drinks and other alcoholic beverages (wine, sparkling wine and spirits). Of course, there are also non-alcoholic drinks and two types of draft beer for self-service in the buffet area.

At the buffet on Sunday evening there was a selection of vegetables, spreads, salads and various warm dishes. The warm dishes included noodles with tomato sauce, two different soups and the typical Bavarian meat loaf. Somewhat hidden in the back left part of the lounge were various jars with sweets, gummy bears, different nuts and chips.

Angebot an Speisen in der Senator Lounge München G24
Range of dishes in the Senator Lounge Munich G24

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Rating of the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich G24
  • Food
  • Beverages
  • Service
  • Seating
  • Ambiance
  • Cleanliness


All in all we had a very pleasant stay in the lounge. The choice of food was good and thanks to the bar the range of drinks was very extensive. A small minus is the small size of the lounge, the lack of natural light and the low ceilings.


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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