SWISS opens three new lounges at Zurich

SWISS opens three new lounges at Zurich

SWISS has opened three new lounges at Zurich Airport’s Terminal E.

On the same day as the arrival of its first new Boeing 777-300ER, SWISS unveiled a new dimension in lounge facilities at Zurich Airport.

The airline opened three lounges: First Class, Senator and Business Class.

The lounges extend over more than 3,300 square metres and are located conveniently close to its long-haul departure gates.

The new lounges feature an innovative zonal concept for the comfort and convenience of SWISS’s premium guests:

  • open areas in which to sit and simply enjoy the stay
  • working areas with secluded workplaces
  • rest zones equipped with specially-developed seating offering genuine relaxation

The new lounges’ culinary highlights include “front cooking” areas where the chefs prepare selected fresh meals right in front of the guest, while the Senator Lounge boasts an exclusive Whisky Bar offering over 120 different whiskies.

The SWISS First Lounge features its own version of a five-star à la carte restaurant: whatever the time of day, guests can select the meal of their choice from an extensive menu.

Passengers in the First Class Lounge can enjoy a fondue or raclette on the terrace in the winter months as they take in the spectacular vistas.

All three lounges have access to a terrace with great views of the airport and the Swiss Alps beyond.

SWISS First Lounge E

The First Lounge offers pure luxury. Two hotel rooms, a VIP room and seating zones offer privacy. And with regard to culinary delights, the Lounge offers a 5-star à la carte restaurant, an American diner and a wine cabinet with over 1000 bottles of wine.

Senator Lounge E

Food prepared in front of the passengers and a whisky bar with over 120 different varieties guarantee culinary highlights before departure.

There are three zones; working, terrace and quiet zones with comfortable recliners.

SWISS Business Lounge E

A new zone concept with bright, open areas and quiet zones with recliners provide comfort and relaxation. Food is prepared in front of the passengers and there is a buffet to delight the palate.

There is also a terrace where passengers can admire views of the Swiss Alps.

About Swiss

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is Switzerland’s national airline, serving 103 destinations in 48 countries from Zurich and Geneva and carrying more than 16 million passengers a year with its 92-aircraft fleet.

SWISS is part of the Lufthansa Group, and is also a member of Star Alliance, the world’s biggest airline grouping.

N.B. Image credit: swiss.com

Internet links

Swiss International Air Lines (LX)

Zürich Airport (ZRH)

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