Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge

Vancouver, BC (YVR) Pier D (International), near gate 52
CLOSED TEMPORARILY
  • © Air Canada

    © Air Canada

  • © Air Canada

    © Air Canada

  • © Air Canada

    © Air Canada

  • © Air Canada

    © Air Canada

  • © Air Canada

    © Air Canada

  • © Air Canada

    © Air Canada

  • © Air Canada

    © Air Canada

  • © Air Canada

    © Air Canada

COVID-19 closure: Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge is temporarily closed.

Be the first to know when Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge re-opens. It's free and easy. Log in or create an account and sign up to be notified. We will monitor the status of this lounge and e-mail you when it re-opens.


The basics
Our review
Airlines
Access rules
Foursquare
Yelp
Comments
Photos
    The basics
  • Operated by
    Air Canada (AC)
    Air Canada (AC)
    Bathroom: yesBusiness Center: yesComplimentary Wi-Fi: yesShowers: yesFamily Room: noSmoking Room: no
    Other amenities:           
  • Our review
  • Airlines
  • Access rules
  • Foursquare
  • Yelp
  • Comments
  • Overall:
    • Stan Fisher
      3 years ago

      We(2) will be travelling to Hawaii on AC from Vancouver.

      We both have a CIBC AEROGOLD card….i have black status and over 150,000 Aeroplan points.

      On a “once only” basis would we be allowed to be guests of the Maple Leaf lounge in Van…..as we have a suitable lay over there?

      Please reply.

    • Leigh
      5 years ago

      The worst business class lounge we have ever visited. We have been to Air Canada’s Vancouver business class lounge twice in two years and each time it has been a deeply disappointing experience. On the first occasion they wanted to, and did, eject us from the lounge because the connecting plane was delayed by bad weather, would arrive well after midnight and, presumably, they didn’t want to incur more staff costs. On the last occasion the food and beverage offerings were deplorable and more suited to a third world country.

      The food was a disgrace. Two or three food warmers of unrecognisable soups, cheap cracker biscuits and bread with no butter.

      Nothing special but nothing really to complain about other than a few splits in the rather uncomfortable faux leather seats and a few chips out of the walls. Looking a bit old and tired (not unlike the interiors of the Air Canada 777-300ER planes that flew us on both occasions.)

    Leave a review

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Overall:
    Select a rating
    Design:
    Select a rating
    Ambience:
    Select a rating
    Food and drinks:
    Select a rating
    Amenities:
    Select a rating
    Service:
    Select a rating
    Attach pictures
    Drag and drop photos here or
    Allowed file types: .jpg, .jpe, .jpeg, .gif, .png, .bmp, .ico
    (You can upload 10 files)
    Drag and drop pictures to re-order.

  • Photos