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Qatar First Class Lounge in Dubai?
Does anyone know the Qatar Airways First Class Lounge in Dubai? I was able to find a lot of review of they lounges in Doha, but nothing about Dubai. Is ist worth to skip a restaurant visit and go to the airport early to have dinner there? Is there a spa or something else to do in the lounge?
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Don’t think it’s open yet Samoa, and nobody knows when it will open.
Ok, that’s why I don’t find anything. What about a business class lounge, is anything nice available there?
But wait, just saw that you’re linking to the situation in Doha. I am looking for a Qatar lounge in Dubai before flying to Doha.
Never mind brain fart, say QR F lounge and the mind goes straight to QR ridicules hub situation in DOH. Sorry.
Ok so according to
And this tread on Flyertalk
They use the Dubai International Hotel First Class Lounge
Which means this lounge
A very short review from back in 2012
Some more information
I believe QR is supposed to have its own lounge when Concourse D opens.
Thanks for putting this together, I was not able to find it. Doesn’t really look compelling on the photos, I doubt it’s worth to get there extra early but maybe I am lucky and they have opened their new lounge until March.
It isn’t even remotely compelling in person. The only use it serves is to eat before the flight (catering is done by Emirates Flight Catering so the standard is adequate) and to use the reasonably quick WiFi (relative to the public WiFi). Plus, it beats sitting on the floor at the boarding gate (because every gate area in T1 has at least 200 seats less than passengers).