- Complimentary snacks
- Complimentary finger food
- Complimentary soft drinks
- Complimentary house wine and beer
- Complimentary liquor
- Air conditioning
- Flight information monitors
- Newspapers and magazines
Located within the international departures zone, Dubrovnik’s airport Business Lounge is a shared facility or all carriers, with the exception of American Airlines who uses the adjacent dedicated Atlantic Lounge.
The Business Lounge welcomes most airlines’ elite and premium passengers, as well as members of popular lounge access schemes, such as Priority Pass and LoungeKey.
Business Lounge DBV design
The Business Lounge at Dubrovnik airport occupies prime real estate on the top floor of the terminal. The club overlooks the tarmac and boasts splendid views over the region’s natural scenery and mountains. Bathed in daylight, the Business Lounge would have the blueprint of a serene retreat—should it ever be quiet. Unfortunately, the club routinely operates at capacity, and finding a seat can be a challenge at peak times.
With groups of four seats facing each other around coffee tables on either side of a central aisle, the layout prioritizes space efficiency. While the setup comfortably accommodates families and groups which flock to Croatia’s picturesque city year-round, solo business travelers are left with little privacy.
The club is entirely furnished with comfortable, over-sized leather Herman Miller-inspired chairs which look elegant from afar, but past their prime from up-close. Unfortunately, there isn’t a single power outlet outside the tiny business center.
The buffet area, located in the rear of the club, looks a bit like as an afterthought. There are free-standing beverage coolers, two snack tables, and stacks of cups and trays in unlikely locations.
Overall, the club would benefit from a refurbishment. With constant traffic, it is aging fast, and the lack of power outlets is a major gap. The staff could also do a better job at picking up trash and service items on a more regular basis in order to improve the appearance of the lounge.
Business Lounge DBV amenities
Designed for short stays, Dubrovnik airport’s business lounge offers few amenities overall.
Patrons will find a modest snack selection (primarily nuts and chips), cold cuts, cheese, fresh fruit, and sweets or cake. There are butter and condiments, so crafty guests can make a sandwich, but otherwise it’s best not to come hungry, save for one real treat: warm, fresh pastries available all day.
The beverage selection includes bottled water and soda, espresso, beer, wines, and a token selection of lower-shelf liquor including Smirnoff and Ballantine’s.
In the center of the lounge is a small business center with four cubicles equipped with PCs. Again, the whole setup feels like an afterthought, with power strips and cables jotting out. You’ll find few customers using the computers, but plenty tapping into the power points, considering the lack of charging options otherwise.
A dedicated secure Wi-Fi access point is available for lounge guests, in addition to the airport’s public network. The only other notable amenity is the small selection of newspapers by the door.
The Business Lounge lacks bathrooms. Public facilities are available in the vicinity of the club, near the elevator.
Business Lounge DBV bottom line
Dubrovnik airport’s shared Business Lounge delivers on key basics: guests will find comfortable seats, ample daylight, Wi-Fi, and a selection of snacks and drinks. There isn’t much to look forward to, though. The lounge is missing essentials such as bathrooms and power outlets, and it routinely operates at capacity, especially in the peak summer season.
As traffic to Croatia’s costal city keeps expanding, Dubrovnik airport is going through a renaissance. Recent developments include the addition of a VIP terminal, a dedicated lounge for American Airlines, and other investments in passenger experience. It’s unfortunate that plans don’t include a remodel of the top floor of the main terminal—there is abundant real estate which could be added on to the lounge to mitigate crowding issues and enhance guest privacy.
You may have access to Business Lounge as a premium customer of one of the following airlines, or as an elite member of their frequent flyer program. Check the Access rules tab for more details.
Access for eligible customers traveling on the following Star Alliance member airlines only.
|Aegean (A3)||Austrian (OS)||Brussels Airlines (SN)|
|Croatia Airlines (OU)||LOT Polish Airlines (LO)||Lufthansa (LH)|
|SWISS (LX)||Turkish Airlines (TK)||United (UA)|
Access for eligible customers traveling on the following oneworld member airlines only.
|British Airways (BA)||Finnair (AY)||Iberia (IB)|
Access for eligible customers traveling on the following SkyTeam member airlines only.
|Air France (AF)||KLM (KL)|
|Air Serbia (JU)||airBaltic (BT)||flydubai (FZ)|
Business Lounge at Dubrovnik - Cilipi - Konavle (DBV) welcomes:
- All passengers, regardless of airline and class of service, for a fee.
- Select premium customers and elite members departing on an airline served by this lounge (see Airlines tab).