The Qantas Lounge in Hong Kong (HKG) has re-opened after being “permanently” closed during the pandemic. I’m quite excited to return to this lounge, as it was always one of my favorites. Here’s an idea of what to expect. Some of the furniture has been updated, but you can expect similar food, drink, and amenities as in the review below.
My original review of the Qantas Lounge Hong Kong, first published on May 18, 2017, is below.
When it come to lounges, Qantas never disappoints. Its Hong Kong (HKG) lounge is no exception.
Qantas Hong Kong Lounge Review (HKG)
Located above Gate 15 on Level 7, the lounge is open daily from 9:30a to 11:30p.
The lounge is very spacious. I spent three hours here and despite a lot of people, it never felt crowded.
A beautiful bar offers not just cocktails of your choice, but dishes inspired by Neil Perry’s Spice Temple.
Notice the great tarmac views–
A buffet offers a large spread of Eastern and Western choices.
A coffee/espresso machine is available, but don’t bother with it: the lounge also has a barista that will make you a much better cup of coffee.
There are a few drink stations located strategically throughout the lounge–
If you prefer to be served, just sit down and a lounge attendant will bring you over the beverage of your choice.
Do take part in a meal here. The quality of the buffet is great. In addition, there is not a full a la carte menu, but a daily special. The special during my visit was pan-roasted salmon. It was amazing.
This meal was particularly great because there was not a full dinner offered on my late evening Qantas flight to Sydney.
You will need a power adaptor if you have a US, Continental European, or even Australian plug–the lounge uses the British/Hong Kong style:
Newspapers and magazines are available in several languages:
This is truly one of my favorite business class lounges in the world. Take time to properly enjoy a nice meal here.