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After arriving at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD), we had some time before our connection to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) (review here). We had to pass through security and immigration before we made it to the Air France Lounge in Terminal 2E, Hall L.
Access is granted to passengers flying in Business Class or La Première on Air France, Flying Blue Gold or Platinum members, SkyTeam premium cabin passengers, and SkyTeam Elite Plus passengers. A same-day boarding pass is required to enter the Air France Lounge.
Anthony’s Take: This lounge is an excellent place to pass some time before a flight. There is a good buffet, Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, a spa (including a sauna), a kids area, a room for mothers, a rest/quiet are, and plenty of space to relax or work. The design is nice and modern with plenty of seating.
After entering, there are several kiosks to check guest credentials to the left. Agents were seated to the right with an additional one helping guests use the kiosks.
There are several self-serve bar areas with wine, liquor, beer, and soft drinks found around the lounge.
Soft drinks and beer
More soft drinks and a coffee machine
Another coffee machine across the lounge
This drink station had lots of offerings.
Lunch/dinner was being served during my visit. The buffet has several hot dishes, soup, breads, vegetables, meats, cheeses, snacks, and desserts.
Veggie Burgers from Alain Ducasse
Cream of Vegetable Soup
Cod with Lemon Butter
Meat and cheese
Vegetables and salad ingredients
Yogurt and more cold cuts
Pastries and desserts
A second, smaller buffet is to the left when entering the lounge.
Seating & Decor
I love the modern design of this lounge and the various seating areas throughout.
Comfortable seating near the buffet.
Every time I am in an Air France Lounge, someone is sleeping.
The relaxation area has several day beds.
Additional seating is near the spa area.
Another quiet seating area
This lounge offers free Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, a spa, magazines, a kids area, a mother’s room, and the food and beverages mentioned above.
Amenities are spread out around the huge lounge.
The Clarins spa offers facials by appointment. It was not open during my visit.
A room for nursing mothers and those needing to change a baby.
A kids area offered PS4 gaming.
A service desk was staffed with agents to assist with travel needs.
The sauna is in the accessible bathroom. It was occupied during the time I was there.
This lounge was more than expected and a nice place to visit. It’s packed with amenities, has lots of space, and offers great food. I’ll definitely be back.
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