The Aviator Apartment Business Lounge in Copenhagen was a cozy little lounge that felt like a comfortable Danish apartment.
Aviator Apartment Business Lounge Copenhagen Review (CPH)
I visited this lounge ahead of my Finnair business class flight to Helsinki.
Hours + Location + Access
The lounge is located directly adjacent to the Carlsberg Aviator Lounge in Terminal 2 of Kastrup Airport (Schengen area). I love CPH and you’ll find the lounge area in a seating area with a floor-to-ceiling “live” wall of plants.
While the Carlsberg Lounge is part of the Priority Pass network, this lounge is not. It is instead used as a business class lounge for a number of airlines. If you do not otherwise have access, paid access is available for 209DKK (~30USD at current exchange rates). Considering how expensive everything is in CPH, that’s not a bad price if you have a few hours before your flight and the lounge never got very crowded.
The lounge is open daily from 5:00 am to 8:30 pm.
Lounge Concept + Seating
The concept of this lounge reminded me of the now (sadly) closed Almost@Home Lounge in Helsinki. You have the feeling you are in a Danish apartment. There’s a living room with couches and artwork. There’s a den with a fireplace and a dining room table with chairs. The food area feels more like a kitchen than a lounge buffet. There’s even a sitting area styled as a winter garden. The lamps, artwork, and plants really made it feel homey. I quite liked the concept and appreciated that it never got all that crowded.
Food + Drink
The breakfast spread included pre-made omelets, mushrooms, sausage, cold cuts, bread, pastries, cereal, and whole fruit.
Coffee and tea are available as well as a number of soft drinks, juice, wine, spirits, and Carlsberg beers.
The one drawback to this lounge is the fairly spartan restrooms. That said, they are private and were clean.
This lounge does not offer showers.
Vintage Model Airplanes
Although not meant to be vintage, I got a kick out of the model airplanes that adorned the lounge, including an Air France A380-800 (retired, never served Copenhagen) and an Iberia 747-400 (also retired, never served Copenhagen).
The nearby SAS Gold Lounge offers Lavazza barista-made coffee so it will always be my go-to lounge in Copenhagen, but the Apartment Business Lounge is a nice concept and my layover here flew by.