Recently while travelling around the world we flew from Montreal to San Francisco. Before our flight our business class flight with Air Canada, we had time to explore the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge at the Montreal International Airport. Located in terminal C, you simply turn right after immigration and it’s a short 2-minute walk and located on your left. Once you scan your boarding pass at the lounge desk, the lounge opens up to a nice view of the tarmac through floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
While the lounge is on the smaller side it has a comfortable atmosphere that wasn’t loud or too busy. Plus the large windows looking out to the tarmac allow natural light to flow into the lounge and make the space feel bigger.
As you enter, there is a selection of lower chairs in groups of four, each with their own table, along with some higher tables that would be suitable to place a laptop on and work. As you make your way through the lounge there is more seating of the same variety, along with a food service area to your right with dining tables. Continuing through the lounge, you’ll find more seating options along with a large TV where current sporting events are being played.
We arrived at the lounge shortly after lunch and were pleased to see a great variety of food options to choose from. Cold options included corn chips with fresh guacamole, a variety of separate salad pieces to make your own salad or snack plate and a small selection of bread. Hot options included meatballs, pasta and some rice and vegetables. For beverages, there were a variety of wines on display, spirits, soft drinks and juices along with a self-serve coffee machine, which was unfortunately out of order.
Unfortunately, the lounge only had limited charging ports, which were all taken when we visited the lounge. But to combat this issue there were portable charges on hand to borrow, this was a nice touch to what was most likely a PowerPoint issue inside the lounge.
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