Review – Qantas First Class Lounge Sydney

While having Oneworld Emerald I have visited the Qantas first class lounge in Sydney quite a few times now but never spent more than an hour or 2 which isn’t enough time to fully experience the lounge. Last night I flew to Hong Kong and arrived at the airport a few hours early to review the lounge.

Business Class And First Class Lounge Escalator

Business Class And First Class Lounge Escalator

First class guests on Oneworld airlines, Partner airlines and Oneworld Emerald cardholders can access the first lounge.

Entry Sign

Entry Sign

Entry To The Lounge

Entry To The Lounge

As you head into the lounge the first thing that catches your eye is the plant wall which spreads across the whole wall.

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Seating Area Behind The Escalator

Seating Area Behind The Escalator

The second thing that catches your eye is the white marble. It’s everywhere!

Entry Part Of The Lounge

Entry Part Of The Lounge

The lounge has a lot of seating available as well as a separate dining area.

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Qantas change their menu each season which is quite nice.

Winter Menu

Winter Menu

Salt And Pepper Squid

Salt And Pepper Squid

Bowl Of Chips

Bowl Of Chips

Pavlova

Pavlova

Apple Cake With Sorbet

Apple Cake With Sorbet

Fruit Plate

Fruit Plate

Dining Table

Dining Table

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Bathrooms

Aspar Products

 

Spa

 

Treatment Menu

Treatment Menu

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Old Style Flip Board

Bar

In the First lounge there are 2 conferences rooms. They have a printer, TV, ps3, Mac, Projector etc.

Library

Ironically the kids area and library are in the same area, quite a strange design as readers would like peace and quiet.

Kids Area

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Self Serve Area

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Summary

The Qantas first class lounge is a great lounge. The marble and plant wall make the lounge feel fresh and very clean. The meals in the lounge are fresh and brought out quickly, The spa treatments from what I’ve heard are very good and the staff are friendly and attentive.

The lounge is fantastic for a few hours and I enjoy being in there.

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