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Best OW C and F lounges in Singapore?

Old Sep 21, 06, 11:19 am
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Question Best OW C and F lounges in Singapore?

What are the best OW C and F lounges in Singapore?

Sorry if the answer is available on other threads--I've tried searching a few times, but each time I get disconnected from FT.
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Old Sep 21, 06, 11:43 am
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In the other threads you mention you have been advised that you are not entitled to use the OW lounges in SIN because you are flying SQ.

Edited: ah, ok, sorry, you are coming back to SIN on CX. Please disregard the above comment.

IMO the QF lounge is the best.

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Old Sep 21, 06, 4:38 pm
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QF lounge is much better than CX at SIN.
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Old Sep 21, 06, 7:02 pm
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http://www.qantas.com.au/info/flying.../QFBASingapore

Upgraded Singapore Qantas/British Airways lounge
A $9 million redevelopment and expansion of the joint Qantas/British Airways Business lounge in Singapore was completed in December 2004 by the Australian-based architectural and interior design firm, Woods Bagot.

With a fresh, new, innovative design featuring contemporary and stylish furniture and fittings, the lounge is nearly three times larger with a seating capacity for 400.

Features of the lounge
A variety of seating zones to allow you to select a space that suits your mood and needs.
New luxury bathrooms facilities.
20 private shower suites with a paging system to let you know when they are available.
Increased business facilities, which includes 6 private workstations, 18 high speed internet PCs, printing, photocopying, phone and fax facilities.
Power and data ports are located throughout the lounge to allow you to plug in your laptops or recharge mobile phones.
New Entertainment zones featuring large television screens.
A selection of magazines and newspapers.
New buffet and menu offering complimentary snacks and refreshments throughout the day.
A new cocktail bar where you can socialise.
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Old Sep 21, 06, 9:21 pm
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The BA/QF business and first class lounges in Singapore are among the best in the OW system.
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Old Sep 21, 06, 9:56 pm
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Originally Posted by Kiwi Flyer
QF lounge is much better than CX at SIN.
Certainly both the QF J & F lounges look better and are generally more comfortable. However, I feel the food in the (year and a bit old) CX Skyline lounge is somewhat better than the QF F lounge food & much better than that of the QF J lounge.

YMMV ...
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Old Sep 22, 06, 8:43 am
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I must have visited SIN CX lounge at the wrong time - food was dire.
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Old Sep 22, 06, 11:08 am
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No brainer QF is better in SIN

Originally Posted by Viajero
In the other threads you mention you have been advised that you are not entitled to use the OW lounges in SIN because you are flying SQ.

Edited: ah, ok, sorry, you are coming back to SIN on CX. Please disregard the above comment.

IMO the QF lounge is the best.
The only nice thing about CX is the option to see more of the airport and runway.

Last time I was in SIN, the F lounge is open only during the departures of QF/BA services. I was leaving to BKK past noon and only Business side was available.
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Originally Posted by JustMe551122

Last time I was in SIN, the F lounge is open only during the departures of QF/BA services. I was leaving to BKK past noon and only Business side was available.
That's still true, although the J class lounge is still huge and nice. Less food, but that's not important to me.
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