Korean Air Lounge Tokyo Narita
This post is Korean Air Lounge Tokyo Narita. It is a review of my visit to the lounge at the airport in Tokyo.
The post is part of my Singapore Mileage Run Adventure.
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I accessed the Korean Air Lounge Tokyo Narita using my Priority Pass membership.
In addition to the Korean Air Lounge there were three other lounges available to Priority Pass customers at Tokyo Narita Airport.
When I arrived at the desk, the agents stood up to greet and welcome me to the lounge.
After I presented my Priority Pass membership card and boarding pass, the agents processed the registration and welcomed me into the lounge. The agents provided the WiFi Password and they asked me to enjoy the lounge.
Upon arrival, the lounge was 80% full.
The lounge is setup in one large room. There were a variety of seat types available.
A large window was available along the wall which gave a view of the airplanes was available.
A separate section was reserved for First Class Passengers, which had slightly different seating.
The lounge offered a small buffet with pre-packaged foods including ramen and other noodle dishes.
Small sandwiches, croissants, pastries, crackers, cookies and chips were available at the buffet.
The bar was self service including the beer machines which tilt the glass when pouring so that each glass is perfectly poured.
Soda machines were also present in the area.
I selected a seat at Korean Air Lounge Tokyo Narita in the main area and relaxed for a few minutes.
I utilized the WiFi connection using the password provided at the reception desk without issue.
I inquired at the reception desk about a shower and they said that the lounge did not offer showers.
I selected a Japanese Beer and utilized the machine to pour it.
The beer was served chilled and it was light and had a good flavor.
I also sampled a croissant which was served in a pre-packaged plastic bag.
The croissant was soft and fresh and had a good butter flavor.
After enjoying my drink and snack, I departed the lounge. There were two staff members present at the desk and they both thanked me sincerely and wished me a good day when I departed the lounge. The lounge was at 80% occupancy when I departed.
The lounge was good overall. It was on the small side and it felt a bit crowded. The agents at the reception desk were polite and welcoming. The beer was fresh and served chilled. The seat was comfortable and I was able to relax for a few minutes.
Do you like Korean Air Lounges?