Qatar Airways welcomes passengers back to its Premium Lounge in Bangkok

The airline operates 21 weekly flights to Bangkok using Airbus A380s and Boeing B777s.

BANGKOK, THAILAND – The best airline in the world has reopened its Premium Lounge doors for qatarairways and oneworld passengers traveling in first class and business class departing from Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok.

The lounge overlooks the airport’s extensive, manicured gardens and offers a view of the terminal’s striking exterior architecture. Dedicated facilities allow passengers to recharge their batteries before starting their journey; spacious showers are available for rejuvenation with exclusive amenities designed by renowned French perfumer, Diptyque.

Opened in February 2018, the Qatar Airways Premium Lounge in Bangkok is inspired by modern Arabic design and Thai hospitality, where passengers are welcomed into an oasis of tranquility.

The Premium Lounge has two expansive dining areas – La Brasserie for a formal dining experience offering a range of à la carte international cuisines and The Global Deli for more casual buffet-style dining. The buffet offers a selection of hot and cold dishes and an appealing selection of appetizers from renowned Arabic classics including tabbouleh, hummus and muhamara.

Qatar Airways Premium Lounge in Bangkok is heaven for passengers departing from Bangkok; it complements the award-winning services offered by the airline in its first class and business class cabins. Today, the airline operates 21 weekly flights to Bangkok by Airbus A380 and Boeing B777, in addition to its 10 weekly flights to Phuket.

In April 2022, Qatar Airways extended its collaboration with award-winning Thai celebrity chef, Ian Kittichai, to launch an updated menu of signature Thai dishes for passengers departing from Bangkok and Phuket. Continuing the partnership established in 2019, the new, updated menu includes starters, main courses and desserts, available to First Class and Business Class passengers on board Qatar Airways flights.

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