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Old Mar 14, 17, 1:33 pm   #31
  
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Wow, it looks quite good as far as TXL lounges go.
Given Brandenburg's opening date, it might as well become a permanent fixture
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Old Mar 17, 17, 10:08 pm   #32
  
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That was a long necessary move lol
Do they have any decent food offerings? The "food" in the BA lounge is consistently disappointing..
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Old Mar 18, 17, 1:12 am   #33
  
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The food selection is very narrow: a soup, some sandwiches, yogurt and some pastry/pretzel. Drinks are very limited too (beer and wine, one unsophisticated kind each, if I remember correctly). The quality is, IMHO, higher quite a notch than in BA/AF lounges. I found the food at the level of the Marche cafes in the terminal. I recall that initially there was actually a sign that Marche delivered catering -- I have not seen any sign this week.

Another data point: there seems to be smoking space in this lounge (on the last floor), you can apparently get outside to the balcony (also on the last floor), where you can watch the machines parked around gates 80-90; and there is no facilities in the lounge (which now becomes a hallmark of TXL :P).
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Old Mar 19, 17, 11:04 pm   #34
  
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The food selection is very narrow: a soup, some sandwiches, yogurt and some pastry/pretzel. Drinks are very limited too (beer and wine, one unsophisticated kind each, if I remember correctly). The quality is, IMHO, higher quite a notch than in BA/AF lounges. I found the food at the level of the Marche cafes in the terminal. I recall that initially there was actually a sign that Marche delivered catering -- I have not seen any sign this week.

Another data point: there seems to be smoking space in this lounge (on the last floor), you can apparently get outside to the balcony (also on the last floor), where you can watch the machines parked around gates 80-90; and there is no facilities in the lounge (which now becomes a hallmark of TXL :P).
The salads are straight from Marche.

And yes it is kind of dumb that you have to leave the lounge to use the loo
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Old Mar 20, 17, 5:48 am   #35
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And yes it is kind of dumb that you have to leave the lounge to use the loo
You can always decide to use Exclusive Waiting Area in Terminal C - there are restrooms in that 'lounge'
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Old Mar 20, 17, 7:03 am   #36
  
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If yu are departing from Cx, and need facilities, this is clearly a better choice than a 10 minute hike there and back.
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