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The lounge is found on the Mezzanine Level near the Food Court between Terminals 2A and 2B. A desk is located immediately inside the entrance with an agent to verify boarding passes and admittance.
Access is granted to passengers traveling in Business Class on a complimentary basis (this includes Air China, Air France, China Eastern, Egyptair, Finnair, KLM, TAROM, and Ural Airlines). A Plaza Premium Lounge down the hall listed most Star Alliance carriers as being admitted there. If you’re not flying Business Class, lounge access can be purchased for around $38 per person.
Anthony’s Take: The SkyCourt Lounge is one of multiple lounges in the airport. It provides Wi-Fi and a small buffet, a computer and printer, as well as a good amount of space to work or relax before a flight.
All beverages in the lounge were self serve and there was not a true bar here. There are cases with soft drinks as well as several liquor, beer, and sparkling wine.
A few liquor choices were on the counter near the buffet.
There was also a self-serve coffee machine.
Lunch was being served during our visit. There is cheese and meat, vegetables, breads, yogurt, fruit, and some salads. There is also a pancake machine in the lounge.
Pain au Chocolat and Vanilla Raisin Rolls
Mini Croissants and Mini Pizza Rolls
Yogurt, fruit, and various salads
Meat, cheese, and vegetables
This lounge offers the food and drinks shown above, Wi-Fi, restrooms, a computer and printer, plus a decent amount of seating.
Tables lined the area near the check-in desk.
None of the lounge was overcrowded.
I liked the pops of color throughout the lounge, but overall the decor was fairly sparse.
Restrooms were toward the back of the lounge.
A computer and printer were near the front for guest use.
The SkyCourt Lounge was fine for a brief visit before our flight. There was nothing noteworthy about the space, but it beats sitting in the terminal.
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