Auckland Airport Lounges
The Auckland Airport is filled with a number of high-quality airport lounges for travelers that wish to relax over some food and beverages or catch up with unfinished business. Koru is Air New Zealand's highly rated International Lounge that provides exclusive members with a range of benefits to enjoy while flying with the airline. There are photocopiers, faxes, printers, computers with internet access and WiFi which are available to the travelers. Guests and group travelers can use the boardroom, which has seating for up to eight people at their disposal.
The Emirates Lounge is one of the most highly rated Airport Lounges in the world. First Class or Business Class travelers of Emirates can make use of their high standard lounge facilities in order to unwind before their journey. Their Gourmet cuisine is open during the lounge's operating hours which depends upon the flight departure timings. They serve a wide selection of food and beverages which includes a full bar service and a massive buffet that features healthy foods produced from the finest seasonal ingredients spread over four different cuisines – Arabic, Far Eastern, Western or Vegetarian. Guests can relax before their flights in the spacious seating area and can catch up with latest programs and news on their huge plasma TVs. There is also a complimentary wireless LAN for passengers to stay connected until departure.
Qantas airlines also has their world class International first class and business lounge located Airside on the Second Floor. The lounge has numerous features for Qantas or Emirates passengers which includes a dining area., bar service, wireless internet access and showers. Apart from the complimentary tea and coffee, a Barista Coffee Shop is located in the lounge for those who are familiar with gourmet coffee. There is also a lounge for domestic travelers as well.
Singapore Airlines Lounge
The Singapore Airlines Lounge is located on the same level as the Qantas Lounge and is available for First Class and Raffles Class passengers of the same flight. The lounge has internet access, television with a selection of light snacks at the passengers disposal. Passengers can also make use of the shower facilities.
Being Australia's second largest airline, the Virgin Blue Lounge is a highly impressive lounge which is located in the Virgin Australia's terminal area. The lounge offers a stylish Luke-Mangan buffet, wireless internet access, showers and entertainment for Pacific Blue, Velocity and Polynesian Blue passengers.
Updated October 2013. Information is subject to change at any time.