Flying Emirates this holiday season? Travelers will be happy to hear that over 30 Emirates lounges have opened worldwide just in time for the holiday travel season.

Learn more about these lounges below:

Where have Emirates Lounges opened?

Emirates has opened up luxury lounges in key markets around the world. A few airports that got new lounges include Auckland, Bangkok, Birmingham, Boston, Cairo, Cape Town, Colombo, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Hamburg, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Los Angeles, Manchester, Melbourne, Milan, Munich, New York, Paris, Perth, Rome, San Francisco, Singapore, and Sydney. So if you find yourself in one of these airports, stop by the lounge if you have time to relax before your flight. 


What do the lounges look like?

 The lounges are designed-centric and paired with Michelin-Star chef food options. The spaces are centered around providing travelers with rest, relaxation, and refreshments. Each lounge is elegant and features complimentary premium wines, spirits, and champagne. The lounges also have spa-like showers, bathroom facilities, and complimentary wifi for all business and digital nomad travelers. 


Who can access the lounges?

Access to the lounges depends on the level of membership you have. First and Business Class customers can access lounges on a complimentary basis, as well as Silver, Gold, and Platinum Skywards members if you don’t hold these memberships, no problem! Premium Economy and Economy passengers can enjoy paid access at $150, and Emirates Skywards members can enter the lounge for $125.