When it come to lounges, Qantas never disappoints. Its Hong Kong (HKG) lounge is no exception.
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-roosted 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:
Bathrooms and showers (not pictured) are available.
This is truly one of my favorite business class lounges in the world. Take time to properly enjoy a nice meal here.
When I visited the lounge, they also offer a plated option from the servers with a signature dish. I had it and it was really good. The server also made me a great cappuccino with coffee art similar to your dish. Its definitely a great lounge! Although I spent a bit too much time there so I had less time for the Cathay Pacific the Pier and Wing options on the trip.