- Complimentary snacks
- Complimentary soft drinks
- Complimentary house wine and beer
- Complimentary liquor
- Air conditioning
- Conference rooms
- Conference rooms (payment required)
- Flight information monitors
- Newspapers and magazines
The Skyserv Aristotle Onassis Lounge at Athens airport is an independent lounge for passengers traveling to destinations outside the Schengen zone. The club welcomes premium elite passengers of several airlines, Priority Pass members, as well as all passengers on a paid-in basis, regardless or airline and class of service.
Skyserv operates a second club dubbed the Skyserv Melina Merkouri Lounge, in the Schengen section of the terminal. The two lounges are former Olympic Airways clubs and virtually identical in every regard.
Skyserv Aristotle Onassis Lounge ATH design
The Skyserv lounge features a “posh-retro” décor with wood panels, earth tones, and recessed lighting. The space is perhaps a bit dark – the windows are on the small side and there is no views, except for glimpse at the airport access road – but the décor is classy and has character. The high industrial curved ceiling adds an interesting architectural element to the ensemble.
The seating layout favors small groups, with clusters of comfortable leather seats around coffee tables. Indoor plants and low partitions break up the open space. When quiet, the lounge offers superior comfort, but privacy is relatively limited at peak times.
Power outlets are available along the walls but are sorely lacking overall.
Skyserv Aristotle Onassis Lounge ATH amenities
The buffet offers a small selection of food and beverages. While the fare is tasty – we love the hot pastries at breakfast time – the selection is very limited. Soft drinks and espresso are available for self-service. Alcoholic beverages are only available from the bartender, however, and the selection is rather weak. When we visited, the bar wasn’t staffed, and we were not offered a drink.
A board room next is available, though it doesn’t have a door. We’re not sure what to make of this setup: we couldn’t quite imagine having a business meeting given the complete lack of privacy. On the other hand, the room doubles as comfortable workspace. Two computers and a printer are also available.
Other amenities include a prayer room and a selection of newspapers and magazines.
Skyserv Aristotle Onassis Lounge ATH bottom line
The Skyserv Aristotle Onassis Lounge at Athens airport is a pleasant but basic lounge. The food and beverage selection is pretty weak for an international business class departure lounge.
You may have access to Skyserv Aristotle Onassis 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.
|Air China (CA)||EGYPTAIR (MS)||Turkish Airlines (TK)|
Access for eligible customers traveling on the following oneworld member airlines only.
|British Airways (BA)||Iberia (IB)|
|Air Moldova (9U)||Air Serbia (JU)||El Al (LY)|
|Emirates (EK)||Gulf Air (GF)||Ukraine International Airlines (PS)|
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