Geneva International Airport has a plethora of lounges available for Skyteam, Star Alliance, and oneworld passengers. There are also a lot of third party contractual lounges for Priority Pass members and other airlines not in one of the major three alliances.
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The SWISS Business Lounge is located past security and I was able to access the lounge due to the fact that I was a Priority Pass member.
I had an early flight to Nice and there quite a bit of people in the lounge. There was plenty of open seating available in the SWISS Business lounge.
There was also a large selection of computers workstations in the business center.
The breakfast buffet spread was pretty disappointing as there were no hot selections. There were a variety of pastries, breads, yogurt, fruits, and cereal.
There were non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages for consumption in addition to an espresso machine.
I wasn’t very hungry since I had a heavy breakfast at the hotel and hopped around two lounges in Geneva International Airport. I couldn’t resist having a croissant though.