Brussels Airlines has extended and enhanced the popular The Loft lounge at Brussels Airport.
The Loft has been an attractive sanctuary at Brussels Airport’s Pier A since it opened in 2014. And with a recent rise in passenger numbers, Brussels Airlines has increased the capacity of the lounge as well as adding some comforts for its higher tier customers.
In order to offer the 1,500 Business Class customers and frequent flyers who visit the Loft each day a quality experience, the size of ‘The Loft’ has been increased by 66% to a total of 2040 m². It now has the capacity for 500 guests.
With a concept centred on comfort, technology, design and Belgitude (a term used to express the Belgian soul and identity), the lounge now offers a new enclosed VIP area for HON Circle members (the highest tier in the Miles & More loyalty program). It features an art-filled living room and a state-of-the-art Miele kitchen offering “an array of the finest gastronomy”.
Another new addition is private nap rooms. These have inspired by the airline’s new long-haul Business Class cabin that will launch at the end of this year.
There is also a new massage area and a spa. The Grohe Spa consists of 11 bathrooms that offer 11 unique moods and spa experiences, such as steam baths and music and light therapy.
A new game room features an impressive red velvet pool table.
The enhancement of the lounge has also seen Brussels Airlines partner with a number of brands to new innovative experiences. These include an 800m² open space designed by Lexus