Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge

Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ) Terminal 1, International Departures, level 3, Node F, by gate 172
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    • Paul Riley
      3 months ago

      A poor experience. The lounge was too crowded, many of the beverages were empty, with empty wine bottles lying around, beer pumps out of beer. All in all not a great lounge.

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    • John
      2 years ago

      No atmosphere at all. I normally grab a paper and head to a restaurant in the airport in the morning as it’s just too crowded.

      I feel this is the airport that AC’s exec lounge would be showcasing it’s “best”, they can do better as I see what their airline partners do in say Chicago (United) for ambiance.

      Front desk and staff is always polite so no complaints about the people attending to you. I have used the showers when I had an early morning flight so that has been a positive.

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