Seoul Trip Report – Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge at Tokyo Narita

Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge

Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge – NRT

I recently traveled on a complicated itinerary / Mileage Run Vacation to Seoul South Korea. I will be writing about my experience over the following posts:

Seoul Trip Report – Introduction

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Minneapolis to Dallas Fort Worth

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Dallas Fort Worth to San Diego

Seoul Trip Report – JAL – San Diego to Tokyo Narita

Seoul Trip Report – JAL First Class Lounge – Tokyo Narita

Seoul Trip Report – JAL – Tokyo Narita to Seoul

Seoul Trip Report – Sheraton Incheon Hotel

Seoul Trip Report – Sightseeing in Seoul

Seoul Trip Report – Korean Air Lounge – Seoul Incheon Airport

Seoul Trip Report – Asiana Lounge – Seoul Incheon Airport

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Seoul to Dallas Fort Worth

Seoul Trip Report – Sheraton Grand DFW Airport

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Dallas Fort Worth to Atlanta

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Atlanta to Miami

Seoul Trip Report – American Admirals Club – Atlanta

Seoul Trip Report – American Admirals Club – Miami – D15

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Miami to Minneapolis

Seoul Trip Report – Delta – Minneapolis to Atlanta

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Atlanta to Dallas Fort Worth

Seoul Trip Report – Element by Westin – Dallas Fort Worth North

Seoul Trip Report – The Club at DFW – Priority Pass Lounge

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Dallas Fort Worth to Beijing

Seoul Trip Report – Asiana Airlines – Beijing to Seoul

Seoul Trip Report – Aloft Seoul Gangnam

Seoul Trip Report – Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge at Seoul Incheon Airport

Seoul Trip Report – JAL – Seoul to Tokyo Narita

Seoul Trip Report – Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge at Tokyo Narita

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Tokyo Narita to Chicago on 787

Seoul Trip Report – American Airlines – Chicago to Minneapolis

 

Seoul Trip Report – Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge at Tokyo Narita

 

After clearing security at the transfer area at the Tokyo airport, I was presented with three options for a lounge; JAL First Class Lounge, Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounge, or the American Admirals Club. I decided to visit the Cathay Pacific Lounge.

I located the lounge on the upper level near the transfer area.

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When I reached the front desk, the agent at the desk welcomed me. The agent asked for my boarding pass and One World Emerald Card. I provided my card and boarding pass. The agent thanked me and she informed me that they did not make announcements for American flights and she suggested that I check the flight status myself to be sure to not miss the flight. The agent welcomed me into the lounge.IMG_2358

The lounge consisted of several rooms with a variety of seating options. There were also showers and restroom facilities as well as a business center with computers and desks for the use of laptops.IMG_2356IMG_2350IMG_2351

The lounge offered several food options including three varieties of noodle soups. In addition, there were a few salads and sandwiches available. Three flavors of ice cream were available as well as cookies and dessert items. The food items appeared fresh.

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The bar featured two varieties of beer served with beer machines that turn the glasses while pouring. In addition, there were a few wine options as well as several different types of alcohol with a self dispensing system. Juice, sodas and waters were available. Chilled beer glasses were found in the refrigerators.

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I was not hungry as I had a meal on the flight so I had a beer from the beer machine. The beer was fresh and it had a good taste.

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I utilized one of the computer desks in the business center and used the internet. The internet speed was good and I did not encounter any issues.

The business center area was quiet are comfortable and it was easy to do work at the desk.

Shortly before my flight, I departed the lounge. There were three agents at the check in desk when I departed. Two of them were helping another guest. The third agent greeted me again and she thanked me and wished me a good flight.

I felt that the lounge was enjoyable. There were plenty of seats available and the area was clean and comfortable. The staff that I encountered were friendly and welcoming. If I had to compare the lounges, I would return to the JAL First Class Lounge as it had more food options, seating as well as a spa facility.