Best Business and First Class Lounges

Coming out of the worldwide recession, airlines are now spending money on amenities to lure back their premier class passengers. Lounges, in every airport, have been known for their luxurious offerings to those who hold the right ticket, but not all lounges are created equally.

Qantas First Lounges are ranked highlyand are available at both Sydney and Melbourne airports, according to SkyClub News. They feature a contemporary design and include a day spa, restaurant, library, work suites and personal concierge services, according to the news source.

The Emirates Airlines lounge at Terminal 3 in Dubai revolves around the four elements to make for a relaxing environment. There is plenty to choose from, with hot and cold treats being available along with a juice bar. Want to relax and be pampered? There is a spa that provides massages, hair treatments and beauty services.

However, Lufthansa's first class guests get their own terminal at the Frankfurt airport, with leather armchairs, sofas, and a dining area. First class passengers will also be driven to their aircraft in either a Mercedes or Porche Cayanne, according to the airline.

So travel in luxury next time, and head to one of these airports for a memorable experience.ADNFCR-3467-ID-19941353-ADNFCR

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