Air France KLM Lounge

Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ) Terminal 3, Concourse C (International), above gate C33
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Operated by
Air France (AF)
Air France (AF)
Bathroom: yesBusiness Center: yesComplimentary Wi-Fi: yesShowers: noFamily Room: noSmoking Room: no
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  • Eddie K

    The lounge receptionist was surprisingly rude, and caught me off guard. It seemed as though she was having a bad day. She also refused to give me her name i.e. she wanted to make sure she wouldn’t be held responsible for what she said.

  • Kevin

    Not a problem with my priority pass before, However, an unpleasant Asian receptionist tried to push me to plaza Platinum lounge, horrible.

  • I do rate this one above most North American lounges.
    They do provide free wi-fi, hot food, liquor, beer, soft drinks, pretty much in line with what you’d expect from other lounges except the liquors are self-serve. Furniture seems to be better though so I rated this one above other lounges. Spacious too, that also was better than others but I guess it depends on the time of the day. I am flying on Aer Lingus in Business Class and I was allowed to use the lounge.

    Egg rolls were good. Vegetarian lasagne, I think, was next to the egg rolls. I had some of that too, it was good. I didn’t look for the sign.

    USB and plugs for computers. Panoramic view of the airport outside the windows. Plenty of work spaces and other areas.

  • Harold Brown

    What you would expect. Very friendly staff though and reasonable selection. Enough variety to have a meal to allow you to get on board and fall asleep immediately.

  • TravelGuy

    Very basic lounge facilities. Not very large and nothing special about this lounge. There are seating areas spread out, but if you want a window view there is extremely limited seats. Food offerings are extremely basic – a soup, bread and toaster, one warm dish (today a samosa bite), veggie sticks, crackers. Beverages are also limited in choice and the coffee machine is out of order. Don’t expect much of a lounge experience. It’s quiet but the public waiting areas downstairs look just as comfortable.

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