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Before flying back to Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), we had some time to check out one of Air France’s many lounges at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). We passed through security and immigration pretty quickly and had a decent amount of time in the Air France Lounge located in Terminal 2E, Hall M.
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 a fine place to pass some time before a flight. There is a good buffet, Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, a spa, a kids area, a rest/quiet are, and plenty of space to relax or work. While the lounge is nice, I prefer the Air France lounge located in Terminal E, Hall L (review here) for its design.
After entering, there are several kiosks to check guest credentials to the left. Agents were seated to the right. There were quite a few guests entering when we arrived.
There are several self-serve bar areas with wine, liquor, beer, and soft drinks found around the lounge.
Hard liquor, beer, and soft drinks
Another case with soft drinks
One of two coffee machines
Lunch/dinner was being served during my visit. There were two buffets with several hot dishes, soup, breads, vegetables, meats, cheeses, snacks, and desserts. The smaller buffet is pictured above. The larger buffet is a bit more spread out, but was very crowded.
Butternut Squash Soup
Bread…a must when in France.
Yogurt and desserts
Delicious chocolate desserts
Doughnuts and Brownies
Seating & Decor
I love the modern design of this lounge and the various seating areas throughout.
There were multiple giant lamps throughout the lounge.
Even more seating
There were many open seats even though the lounge felt crowded.
The rest area with lounge chairs
A giant tree is located near the entrance.
The lounge was decked out for Christmas during our visit.
This lounge offers free Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, a spa (pictured above; it was closed while I was there), magazines, a kids area, and the food and beverages mentioned above.
The kids area had PS4 gaming systems.
A customer service desk. It was not staffed during my visit.
This lounge is modern and comfortable. It’s packed with amenities, has lots of space, and offers great food. I’ll definitely be back.
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