Qantas Domestic Business Lounge

Sydney (SYD) Terminal 3, opposite gates 4-5
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Qantas (QF)
Qantas (QF)
Bathroom: yesBusiness Center: yesComplimentary Wi-Fi: yesShowers: yesFamily Room: noSmoking Room: no
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  • Not bad, but a long shot from where it could be, especially when compared to what QF are capable of in the first class international lounge in Sydney. The food is OK, there are fresh salads (depending time of day), nice yoghurts for breakfast, and the selection varies by time of day and there’s practically always something nice to nibble on. Usually there’s plenty of seating available, but if can get a bit tight during rush hour.

    However, in the first class domestic lounge (which they call business domestic), the absence of proper champagne is inexcusable. The god awful acid reflux instilling bubbles they try to pass off as champagne is revolting. That’s -2 stars for the business, and -1 star for the business /club lounges. Comeon Alan Joyce, it’s not that hard to take that last step, this ain’t JetStar!

    This same review applies to all QF domestic lounges (first/business and club) I’ve visited. I’ll post this same review accordingly to each that I have visited in the past 12 months.

  • The new furniture is very nice, because the lounge needed a refit. It`s nice to have a quitter lounge, although there is absolutely nothing wrong with the Qantas Club Lounge. I think it is basically an add-on lounge to the Qantas Club, not much different. It`s very hard to get access to the lounge. You must be a Platinum member or a Emirates and Oneworld equivilents, or have a Business Class ticket. (Business class is always empty because way to overpriced)

    The selection was the normal Qantas Lounge offering. They offer salads, cold pasta and a variety of drinks. Although, in peak hours they offer a more filling optioned compared to the Qantas Club. During the morning they have a barista and in the evening they have a bar.

    The TVs were playing SkyNews, because of their partnership with each other. The reading options were all newpapers and some magazines which were fine. The Business Lounge doesn`t have a kids area, although the Qantas Club does. It had a full business centre with around 12 iMacs and a printer.

  • Huge lounge with many different seating areas and great apron-view of the domestic fligthline.

    Selection of breakfast items was better than in the Qantas Club. Several bars.

    Free WIFI, Office-area. Toilets and showers are within the lounge-area.

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