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After a slightly delayed landing in Frankfurt, I had a three hour layover and I decided to visit the Lufthansa Business Lounge near gate A13. I have visited this lounge before and the last time I was there, the lounge had just been opened. This time, you could clearly tell the lounge wasn’t new anymore as it had that ‘used’ feeling and the furniture looked used.
I first decided to take a shower (as a visit to a lounge wouldn’t be complete without one)!
There was ‘liquid soap’ on the wall (turns out it was just regular hand soap and didn’t really make me feel any cleaner).
I really do love the design of these shower rooms, even though they are quite small. The small tiles on the walls make the room look much better than if the wall had just regular paint.
Each shower room is individually cleaned before the next person is able to shower. The cleaning people do a good job, as they thoroughly clean everything and you are able to enjoy a pleasant experience.
There are a total of six shower rooms in the Business Lounge.
The lounge was full of people (it was 13:00, so what else to expect). I was glad to finally be in a lounge where there was something to eat (yes, I’m looking at you.. United Clubs).
After lunch, it was time to walk to the gate for boarding. The lounge tends to be full during 10:00-14:00 and again from 15:00-18:00 and it is hard to find an open seat, other times throughout the day it is wide open.
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