Delta Air Lines - SkyMiles
Member since 14 Apr 2013
Total posts 295
I am doing a massive status run this coming weekend seeing me fly between SYD - SIN - MEL - SIN what are the best OW lounges to use. I am a QF Plat and have 6 hours wait on the return to MEL
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 31 Aug 2015
Total posts 86
I have tried the BA and Qantas lounges before. Qantas lounge wins, hands down. (For me at least.)
Member since 25 Sep 2013
Total posts 376
You also have access to the EK lounge. Since you have 6h to kill why not visit all three - QF, BA and EK?
Member since 04 Nov 2011
Total posts 203
Hard to go past the QF lounge for mine.
Member since 24 Oct 2010
Total posts 1,002
Qantas, by the longest of long shots. Great meals, including freshly-cooked plates of the day – great bar and drinks and bartender ('Ronaldo' is a rock star among frequent flyers, try his espresso martini) – and great staff in general!
Member since 28 Aug 2014
Total posts 127
As most people have said, the Qantas lounge wins hands down for food and beverages. Absolutely no question...
That being said, I will often eat at Qantas and then shift to the nearby BA lounge, because it is a far more quiet and intimate space. The popular Qantas lounge is quite voluminous and can be a little like a cattle pen during busy hours, whereas I have found the BA lounge to typically be attended by softly spoken British families... a great place to get some work done, or read a book.
Alternately, as recently written up on AusBT today, you could buy a 1hr pool pass at the Aerotel aiside hotel in Terminal 1 and have a relaxing splash around in the pool.
That being said; why not use your six hour layover to experience them all! Including the disappointing Emirates lounge, to which you are also entitled entry... :-)
FYI here's the AusBT link for the Aerotel article:
A pool pass will set you back USD12 for an hour. Having a swim is a pretty cool way to kill some time at an airport!
Member since 21 Apr 2012
Total posts 2,058
Food at the QF lounge then head to the BA lounge. Although I have to say the QF offerings are getting a bit too predictable.
I'm going to urge the mob not to lynch me until they've actually been there and notice that things don't change that much.
The apex of first world problem huh TRB haha
It's sad, but I gotta confess...
After a long work trip or transit, eating a ricey beef goulash with cutlery while hunched over a shin-height table is sometimes beyond my energy levels.
I like the little pizzas and party pies in the BA lounge... Y'know? Sometimes it's just nice to have hot, simple, familiar comfort food...
Member since 29 Jul 2014
Total posts 145
I was in the QF Changi lounge recently and it was fantastic, the food and service was first class and the Showers top notch
Looking forward to returning there next week
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