Most low-cost airlines don't even have their own airport lounges, but this new crib from Brazil's GOL could shade quite a few of the big league airlines.
Now open at São Paulo's Guarulhos International Airport, GOL's Terminal 2 VIP lounge is a welcome replacement for the Brazilian airline's cluttered, dated and dowdy lounge.
And it's got clear designer cred, with a contemporary decor referencing Brazilian culture, colours and materials.
GOL is Brazil's second largest airline company, competing against the likes of LATAM and Avianca, so the lounge needs plenty of room for travellers.
The tended bar is a stand out feature – more of these in more lounges, please!
The buffet boasts a pleasing spread, although it probably won't look quite as pretty as this PR photo once travellers descend upon it.
There are also working nooks, which again draw on Brazilian motifs and materials for an authentic feel...
Even the bathrooms and en suite showers wouldn't look out of place at a boutique hotel.
GOL's São Paulo's Guarulhos T2 VIP lounge is open to Gold and Diamond card-holders in the airline's Smiles frequent flyer program, Priority Pass members, passengers in GOL Comfort Class, and first class and business class passengers flying on partners Delta and Air France/KLM.
By the first quarter of 2017 GOL will open two more lounges in Rio de Janeiro's Galeão International Airport, designed along similar lines.