The Lufthansa Senator Lounge Newark is one of two Lufthansa lounges. Before my return flight to Copenhagen with SAS, I used the time at the airport to visit the lounge.
The Lufthansa Senator Lounge Hamburg is one of two Lufthansa lounges at the airport of the Hanseatic city. Due to a trip to New York (via Copenhagen with SAS) I flew from Hamburg for the first time and accordingly also visited the lounge. In this lounge review, I will share my experiences and impressions of the facilities, the range of food and drinks and reveal what absolute highlight the lounge has to offer.
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.
After moving to Terminal 1D, Lufthansa opened a new Senator and Business Lounge. At the end of our relaxed beach holiday in the United Arab Emirates, we visited the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Dubai before our return flight. You can find out whether a visit is worthwhile in the Lounge Review.
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.
Before our departure to Dubai we visited the Lufthansa Senator Lounge B-Gates Frankfurt. Alongside the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, this is the only Star Alliance Gold Lounge in the non-Schengen area of Terminal 1B. You can find out more about the lounge at Frankfurt Airport in the review.
We quite often spend our waiting time in the Lufthansa Senator Lounge A-Gates Frankfurt. The lounge is very busy, especially during the week, so it has never worked to take photos for a review. When we came back from Barcelona on a Saturday evening, we were almost the only guests, so I took the chance to take a closer look around.
The Lufthansa Senator Lounge at Nuremberg Airport was renovated in autumn 2016. The combined Senator and Business Lounge is now presented in the Group-wide design and invites you to relax and work on an area of 350 square meters. You can find out whether a visit is really worthwhile in our lounge review.
The Lufthansa Group flies more than 20 times a day from Leipzig/Halle Airport to destinations in Germany and Europe. So it goes without saying that there is also a Lufthansa Senator Lounge Leipzig/Halle. On my way to Munich I found this completely renovated and would like to present it briefly in this lounge review.
The new satellite in Terminal 2 at Munich Airport has been in operation since April 26. Lufthansa is making five new lounges available to travelers in a new environment: a first class lounge and two business and senator lounges, each in the Schengen and non-Schengen areas. In this review, the Lufthansa Senator Lounge Munich K11 (Satellite Schengen) is presented.