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Emirates has opened its refreshed Hong Kong lounge

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After a very long period of closure (it may have closed as far back as 2020), Emirates has finally reopened its lounge in Hong Kong and revealed the makeover that the lounge received while its doors remained firmly closed.

The Emirates Hong Kong lounge sits next to Gate 40, covers a little under 10,000 square feet (~640 square meters), has a capacity of 132, and is open between 15:30 and 00:05 daily.

Following the refresh, the lounge continues to offer views over the airport apron, a variety of seating options, as well as shower facilities, and while the layout of the lounge hasn’t been changed in any material way, we’re told that the furnishings are all new (‘plush chairs & comfy sofas’) and that the food and drinks offering has been upgraded.

a room with white chairs and tables
New seating at the Emirates Lounge Hong Kong.

Per Emirates:

‘[A] highlight of the Emirates Lounge experience is the enticing selection of culinary offerings that will tantalize the taste buds of travellers. Passengers can indulge in a sumptuous buffet featuring local and Oriental cuisine specialties, complemented by irresistible classic Hong Kong desserts that add a touch of sweetness to their pre-flight dining.’

Complimentary access to the lounge is given to all Emirates customers booked into First Class and Business Class (unlike Qatar Airways, Emirates doesn’t withhold access to its lounges from any of its premium cabin passengers), as well as to Silver, Gold, and Platinum Skywards members.

Silver elites cannot bring a guest with them into the lounge, but Gold elites get 1 guest (of any age), and Platinum elites can bring with them 1 adult and 2 children (below 17 years).

Paid access is also available, but as this costs $155 + any applicable local taxes per person ($125 + taxes for Skywards members), that’s probably not going to be an economical option for most flyers.

Bottom line

Following a long closure and a refresh, the Emirates Hong Kong lounge is once again open to eligible flyers. Based on the images I’ve seen of the lounge from before it was closed, it looks like any changes are mostly cosmetic (the style of furniture doesn’t appear to have altered much), but as there doesn’t appear to have been much wrong with the lounge before its closure, a refresh rather than wholescale renovations was probably all that was needed.

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