- Complimentary snacks
- Complimentary cold buffet
- Complimentary hot buffet
- Complimentary soft drinks
- Complimentary full bar
The Infinity shares an entrance with The Star. Make your way in, and the courteous and numerous staff will display showcase Asian hospitality – expect a warm welcome, proactive help, and profuse apologies for any wait over a few seconds. Make a right into The Infinity and let the feast unfold before your eyes…
EVA Air The Infinity TPE design
The design is not for the faint of heart. While many airport lounges tend to be cookie cutter or occasionally downright spartan, EVA Air has definitely come up with a rather unique design. We struggle to come with qualifiers – think a dose of 80s, a touch of disco, a sprinkle of unconventional, and a night club vibe. Mirrors, colorful ever-changing lights, a back-to-the future digital clock, and funky partitions are the main ingredients.
While this may not be everyone’s cup of tea and sound like a case of style over substance, there is still plenty of substance, with a solid range of amenities.
EVA Air The Infinity TPE amenities
The buffet is a definite highlight, with a broad range of snacks, cold and hot foods, as well as a large drink selection. The offer is pretty mainstream, with both western and Asian fare, plus a few special touches including a jumbo-sized self-serve Movenpick ice cream cooler, a hot dog machine, and an automated beer dispensing machine.
Four shower suites are available, with names like “Fantasy Flow” and “Metro Forest”. The visitor might almost feel reluctant to use the service… which would be unfortunate since all four rooms are modern, spotless and well appointed, with a toilet, a rain shower with multiple jets, a sink, plenty of space to undress, towels, bath products, and a digital control panel offering options as varied as mood lighting and UV sanitation.
Other amenities include a business center with computers and a printer, as well as fast complimentary Wi-Fi.
The service is top-notch. Both the front desk employees and the servers are extremely proactive and keep themselves busy, constantly replenishing the buffet and picking up plates.
EVA Air The Infinity TPE bottom line
Overall, the EVA Air Infinity Lounge at Taipei airport is a great business class lounge and definitely a memorable one. Travelers who prefer a more traditional décor may choose to use the adjacent Star lounge, which, despite its name, features a rather plain design. Both lounges do get pretty busy at peak times, though.
You may have access to EVA Air The Infinity 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 any Star Alliance member airline.
|ANA (NH)||Aegean (A3)||Air Canada (AC)|
|Air China (CA)||Air India (AI)||Air New Zealand (NZ)|
|Asiana (OZ)||Austrian (OS)||Avianca (AV)|
|Brussels Airlines (SN)||Copa Airlines (CM)||Croatia Airlines (OU)|
|EGYPTAIR (MS)||EVA Air (BR)||Ethiopian Airlines (ET)|
|LOT Polish Airlines (LO)||Lufthansa (LH)||SAS (SK)|
|SWISS (LX)||Shenzhen Airlines (ZH)||Singapore Airlines (SQ)|
|South African Airways (SA)||TAP Air Portugal (TP)||Thai Airways (TG)|
|Turkish Airlines (TK)||United (UA)|
|UNI Air (B7)|
The following passengers have access:
- EVA Air Royal Laurel/Premium Laurel/Business class passengers (+1 guest)
- EVA Air Infinity MileageLands Diamond members departing on an EVA Air or Star Alliance flight (+2 guests, plus children under 12 years old)
- First class passengers departing on an international Star Alliance flight (+1 guest)
- Business class passengers departing on an international Star Alliance flight (no guests)
- Amex Black/EVA Air card holders
- Citibank EVA Air card holders
Guests must be departing on a flight operated by EVA Air or another Star Alliance member.
Note that Star Alliance Gold members flying in Economy may not use this lounge, however they may use the adjacent Star Lounge.