Lufthansa Opens New Luxe Lounge in Frankfurt

Good news for those who frequently fly to Germany: Frequent flyers who have achieved Senator status can now relax in style at Lufthansa’s largest airport lounge. In the hall B departures area of Terminal 1 at Frankfurt Airport, the airline's top customers can, for the first time, enjoy a modern wellness area with luxury facilities that include ten showers and two spa treatment rooms.

An atrium in the center of the lounge brings in plenty of natural light. The atrium is surrounded by plenty of service facilities, including a wellness area where guests can unwind and enjoy massages, facials and other beauty treatments. (The “Senator Spa” area is operated in cooperation with Babor, one of the leading brands in professional skin care.)

Another new addition to the Senator Lounge is the City Lights Bar, which was designed in cooperation with Lufthansa Senators, and incorporates a unique effect created with over 30,000 LED lights. The lounge, which has a floor space of approximately 20,000 square feet, has seating for over 300 guests. In addition to the comfort zones, bistros and work areas, guests can catch a nap in a separate relaxing area with leather day beds.

Bonus: As of July 1, guests at all Lufthansa lounges worldwide have access to free, wireless Broadband Internet service. (This feature was already available in Lufthansa’s six U.S. lounges.)

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