Lounge Review: The BEST Domestic Business Lounge is in Brisbane – Part 2

So last week I wrote about how excited I was about the new Qantas Premium Entry facility at Brisbane Domestic Airport. Here are some pictures from my first hand experience inside the lounge yesterday. I was not disappointed, it was stunning! However, the lounge was too crowded for me to take pictures of what was served at the buffet table. I guess I will have to do a third entry next time.

Upon entering the new lounge, it has a very familiar ‘international’ feel to it. Including the food and beverages that were offered. It seems like Qantas is trying to form a unique identity through their lounges by having all their international and domestic lounges echoing the same design. This is clever because the sense of familiarity is what people usually gets comfortable with. Trying to leverage on that feeling gives frequent fliers the impression of being more connected to Qantas.












The bathroom has a simple-no-nonsense industrial feel to it. Functional and clean.


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