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Nowadays travelling has become a significant aspect of our daily life as businesses, professions are getting globalised that ultimately demands loads of travelling from an individual who is indulged in such cross nation profession. And here, wayfaring relating things such as facilities available at a particular airport, quality of airlines, and lounge facilities at an airport automatically turns meaningful for all those people who indulge in figurative travelling via flights.

Being a professional blogger, I know how unfortunate delays in flight and unreasonable delays at Airport make things worse for an individual. And that’s where Airport lounge services come into action as they accommodate the passengers in a suitable and luxurious environment possible. But when it comes to Airport lounge services, Cathay Pacific scores plus points as no other lounge service can match the offerings of Cathay Pacific.

From my personal perspective, Cathay Pacific is the finest when it comes to offering true Asian hospitality and pursuing this thought, at end of 2014, Cathay unveiled its world-class lounge service at Tokyo International Airport Haneda, located on Level 6 near Gate 114. Although the lounge was first to be operated by a non-Japanese carrier in the Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal, it is considered the best lounge service at Haneda Airport to date.

Cathay Pacific Lounge Haneda Airport

Apart from these basic facts, If we’re talking about the built specifications of Cathay Pacific’s Haneda lounge so it measures 990 square metres, making it one of the largest Cathay Pacific lounges outside Hong Kong, with a seating capacity of approximately 190 people. Additionally, the lounge is considered to be an extremely spacious and luxurious environment in which First and Business Class passengers can relax before their flight.

But the great thing I liked about Cathay’s Haneda Lounge is that the interior of the lounge is made of natural materials such as wood and stone that ultimately creates an eco-friendly environment for all the passengers. The structure for the lounge is designed by Studioilse, the London-based design studio and the interior is equipped with Cherry wood walls and a limestone floor, green ceramic tiles are used in The Noodle Bar and bronze highlights in the main entrance and the Food Bar.

In addition to this, the lounge also provides working facilities as it is equipped with four individual workstations with dual operating system iMacs, printers and free Wi-Fi access are available throughout the lounge.

But if I would have to pick a unique selling proposition for Cathay’s Haneda Lounge then it must be its dining service as they have a strong focus on food and beverage services as a dining area featuring Cathay Pacific’s iconic The Noodle Bar, one of the most popular dining options available at Hong Kong International Airport lounges.

Apart from that, Lounge also provides a wide variety of Asian noodles such as Dan Dan Noodles and Wonton Noodles in Soup. The lounge also features a food bar where passengers can enjoy a broad range of light snacks such as wraps, sandwiches, quiches and salads, as well as barista-made coffee, pastries and other desserts. The lounge has a range of beverage facilities as they offer freshly blended cocktails, including Cathay Pacific’s signature drinks, and a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.


Editor’s Note: This post has been sponsored by Cathay Pacific, but all thoughts are our own.

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