Qantas today opened a new Qantas lounge in Singapore to cater for the airlines ‘growing with Asia’ strategy.
The new Singapore Qantas lounge which is open to all Business, Platinum One, Gold and Qantas Club members is a vibrant and chic space that celebrates the local environment and interiors reflect the heart of Singapore.
Some of the features of the new Singapore Qantas lounge include:
- Seating for up to 460 Customers
- 20 Showers
- 80” televisions located throughout the lounge
- Barista Service
- Tech Pods to enable customers to work with-in the lounge zones
- Neil Perry Rockpool inspired/food philosophy meals
- Sofitel service offerings for Platinum One Frequent Flyers
One of the stands out features of the new Singapore Qantas lounge is the Neil Perry Rockpool food philosophy and Spice Temple-inspired dishes that will see daily plates with locally influenced dishes, Live cooking stations, an extensive self-service buffet featuring a range of local and international influences.
Qantas International CEO, Simon Hickey, said the new lounge showcased the experiences and cuisine of Singapore.
“The Singapore Lounge has been designed to complement the destination: it’s vibrant and elegant, spacious and luxurious, and it’s the perfect environment for our customers to relax before their flight,” said Mr Hickey.
“We’ve worked with our renowned Consulting Chef Neil Perry to design menus based on his Rockpool food philosophy and popular restaurant Spice Temple, with dishes inspired by regional cuisine and flavours.”
Mr Hickey said the opening of the new lounge reflected the Qantas Group’s strategy of ‘growing with Asia’.
“This multi-million dollar investment is part of our broader commitment to improve the experience we offer on services to and from Asia, including our A330 upgrades to begin next year,” added Mr Hickey.
“It also complements our new Asia schedule, which promotes Singapore as a hub for the region. We now offer more dedicated capacity, better frequencies and improved connections from Singapore to other destinations across Asia.”
All photos credit Paul Blackmore