If you’re heading out of Brisbane internationally and looking for a pay-to-use lounge to relax in before your flight, you now have a stylish new choice.
Brisbane airport’s previously closed ‘My Lounge’ has reopened, refreshed and rebranded as the Aspire Lounge.
The name change is due to new ownership by Swissport, the aviation services company known for its ‘The House‘ branded lounges in Sydney and Melbourne.
The Brisbane lounge will be familiar to those who visited it during its previous incarnation.
It retains the same layout, abundant natural light and relaxed ambiance.
Getting in is pretty straightforward. You can book your entry online at a cost of £29.91 (or AUD$54) for adults and £19 (AUD$35) for children.
You’re welcome to enjoy the lounge up to three hours before your flight departure time.
So, what can you expect once you’re inside?
There’s a self-serve bar and barista for your caffeine fix, plus a buffet boasting a variety of hot meals and cold snacks.
Since the lounge currently opens from 4:30 am to 12 pm daily, it’s serving primarily breakfast fare (these hours are likely to change as more evening flights are scheduled).
If you need to freshen up, showers are available for an additional charge, and a compact workspace is also provided.
Now, let’s talk about the bar menu. Complimentary craft beers and wines are on offer, alongside a simple cocktail station.
We’ve heard rumours that premium spirits and custom cocktails will soon be introduced, but they’ll come with an extra cost.
And of course, the classics like teas, soft drinks, and juices are there too.
You can find the newly minted Aspire Lounge near Gate 77, keeping company with other lounges like the other pay-per-use option, the Plaza Premium Lounge.
Whether it’s your first visit or you’re a seasoned traveler, the Aspire Lounge is ready to add a touch of comfort to your journey.
Happy traveling, folks!
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