Etihad has opened a new flagship first class lounge at Abu Dhabi International Airport – a lounge which is said to tick all the right ‘aspirational luxury’ experiences.
Located in Terminal 3, the 1700 metre-square dedicated first class lounge features 16 zones which includes: a relaxation room; a restaurant; fitness room; cigar lounge; Six Senses Spa; face, hair and shave services; and a children’s play room.
The lounge bar features a striking design that has become a signature style for Etihad’s new collection of global lounges including the recently opened New York and Melbourne lounges. The bar offers a bespoke cocktail drinks menu – at Abu Dhabi the signature mocktail drink uses Middle-Eastern flavours such as aromatic cold brew coffee infused with cardamom and sprayed with delicate rose water.
In the relaxation area – Relax & Recline – guests can ease-back in one of six Poltona Frau leather recliners which faces a large video wall made up of 27 individual screens and experience soothing sound and lighting.
Lounge access is restricted to guests of The Residence, Etihad First Class, Etihad Guest Exclusive, Etihad Guest Platinum members (plus one guest), Etihad Airways Partner (EAP) airline First Class guests, EAP ‘Invitation only’ members (plus two guests) and EAP equivalent Platinum members (plus one guest).
Guests of The Residence will have exclusive access to a private space which will feature a dedicated Savoy-trained Butler, custom-made Poltrona Frau Italian leather armchairs and sofas, its own shower room stocked with a range of Acqua di Parma products, a prayer room, and private dining.
In addition to the new first class lounge at Abu Dhabi, Etihad’s has 14 premium lounges world-wide including the newly launched Melbourne and New York lounges, premium lounge in Abu Dhabi (Terminals 1), Sydney, Frankfurt, London, Manchester, Dublin, Paris, and Washington DC.
Etihad will open a new first and business class Lounge at Los Angeles LAX airport in the coming months.
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