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    Executive Lounge Dublin Airport Review

    Executive Lounge Dublin Airport Review
     

    Airports can be a stressful environment, even at their quieter times. We often find ourselves stressed out with the cacophony of the terminal and the thousands of passengers passing through at any given moment. On a recent trip from Dublin, we decided to relax in The Lounge at Dublin Airport, and we’re very glad we made the decision to do so.

    The lounge itself offers a safe haven away from the hustle and bustle of the main terminal. At The Lounge you will find an abundance of comfortable seating areas at which to make a base for yourself and those you are travelling with. You will also find numerous charging points to ensure your devices are fully charged up for travel. The Lounge also offers free Wi-Fi, making it the perfect place to send a few emails or catch up on some work. There's also a dedicated business area available with access to computers.

    “If you are a nervous flyer, this is the perfect calm environment in which to collect yourself before flying.”

    As well as providing a relaxing seated and working environment, The Lounge also offers newspapers and magazines which you can make use of to kill the time before your flight, and there are also drinks and snacks available to keep you refreshed during your time there. We experienced some hot and cold snacks including a cheese selection, there’s also alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available, including tea and coffee.

    We were impressed with our visit to The Lounge at Dublin Airport and would thoroughly recommend it to anyone looking for a quiet environment in which to relax before travelling. If you are a nervous flyer, this is the perfect calm environment in which to collect yourself before flying, and if you’re an experienced flyer, this is the place for you to get away from the noise of the terminal.

    Photos courtesy of Executive Lounge Dublin Airport

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