We checked out the Singapore Airlines First Class SilverKris lounge in Sydney before departing on our Lufthansa Round the world trip.
The lounge is located on level 3 of Terminal C at Sydney Airport and shares and entrance with the SilverKris Business Class Lounge. To the right of the Business class lounge, the First Class lounge is a small but beautiful oasis of calm.
You enter the lounge into a small room with some lounge chairs and magazine racks and a display table showing the current wines being served in the lounge.
Beyond this room, is the dining room, with full table service, an a la carte menu and also a buffet with International favourites. We visited the lounge in the morning so there was also a section of breads to toast, jams and coffee.
The staff in the lounge are extremely attentive and happy to help with anything, including pouring drinks from the self serve area.
Following the dining room are some very private and comfortable work pods. The pods are shaped for privacy and include powerpoints for charging devices.
The bathrooms and showers are located off the work station area of the lunge. The shower rooms are tranquil and come equipped with luxury skincare products.
The end of the lounge includes a few high backed arm chairs and side tables positioned to enjoy views over the tarmac.
The Singapore SilverKris First Class lounge has a super luxurious feel with high quality furnishings and soft lighting. The space is small but as the lounge is limited to exclusive use, it does not fill up. The lounge lacks extensive views over the tarmac but makes up on it in stylings, food and service.
First Class or Suites Passengers departing on a Singapore Airlines flight that day + 1 guest
First Class Passengers departing on a Star Alliance flight that day + 1 guest
Kris Flyer Solitaire Members departing on ay flight that day
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