We recently visited the Lufthansa Business Class Lounge in Munich International Airport prior to departing for Montreal in Business Class on Lufthansa. Being a Business Class passenger, we had the opportunity to access both the Senator Lounge and/or the Business Class Lounge. With both open from 7am til 5pm daily, we found it to be a good experience. On one of our recent trips with Lufthansa, we also visited their Business Class Lounge in Frankfurt, which you can read here.
After entering the Lufthansa Business Class Munich lounge and passing reception, you’ll find bag lockers along with the toilets right near the entrance. The lounge then opens up into a large walk-way, with high bench seating and charging ports for each seat. Continuing through the lounge, you will find lounge chairs with privacy screens in the middle of the floor and smaller booths along the sides of the room. The main lounge emphasises privacy with these dividers, giving a good balance between space and efficiency, with power outlets at every seat. This was a nice way to break up the space and offer privacy in what we could imagine as a busy lounge at times. Complimentary, fast wifi was available throughout the Lufthansa Business Class Munich lounge, as well as a copier and printer readily available.
The Lufthansa Business Class Lounge Munich continued around the corner to the food service area, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to the tarmac. More seating was available here, with a mix of lounges, dining chairs, tables, and some couches. Being in the dining area, charging points were not as readily available, so we recommend getting some food and then going back to the lounge area if you need to charge your devices.
The focal point in this lounge is the large bar running along the back windows. With a backlit electric blue counter, standout lights, and bottles displayed on the back shelves, it was a standout design feature of the Lufthansa Business Class Munich lounge. It appeared to be more renovated and luxurious than the self-service bar in the Lufthansa Business Class Newark lounge.
Food is served buffet style with plenty to choose from, including a selection of snacks, appetisers, salads, as well as cold and hot meals. You’ll find a variety of bread rolls, pretzels, hot potato wedges, and curry, along with the option to make your own salad, with small desserts also on offer.
Soft drinks are served through their own machine, while sparkling waters and juices were found in glass bottles or containers. An espresso machine is to the right of the food, and a notable mention of small biscuit accompaniments to have with your coffee.
Shower suites are available in this Lufthansa Business Class Munich lounge; however, they were all booked during our time here. If you do book a shower, each one comes with a sink, toilet, plenty of space to change, a full-length mirror, and amenities such as a toothbrush and comb.
The Lufthansa Business Munich Lounge is a good place to rest before departing for your flight. The nice views of the tarmac, wide range of amenities, good food and decent bar area, made for an enjoyable experience in Munich. From Munich, we continued on our global trip with Lufthansa, departing Munich in their Airbus A350-900 in Business Class. To read about our experience on the Lufthansa Business Class trip, click here.
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