Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge

Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ) Terminal 1, Concourse E (International), near gate E77
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    Bathroom: yesBusiness Center: yesComplimentary Wi-Fi: yesShowers: yesFamily Room: yesSmoking Room: no
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    • Paul Riley
      1 year 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
      3 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.

    • Meilensammler
      7 years ago

      This exclusive waiting area is just like the ones that Air Berlin offers in other cities like Munich. It is unstaffed, but at least it offers seating and something to drink.

      Hot and cold beverages, nothing to eat.

      Free Wifi and good selection of newspapers and magazines. No restrooms.

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