Unlike it’s cross-Atlantic cousin at JFK, this Lufthansa Senator Lounge near gate B43 at Frankfurt’s terminal isn’t short on space. The good amount of extra square footage allows for big open rooms of seating. The large window-side hall is full of generic loungers and a few outside facing daybeds in case you need a sunny nap.
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There are areas sectioned off for workbar and cafe seating but it’s tough to find anything secluded. Finding a spot in a less popular area like the business center or the bar area in the morning might be your best bet for some privacy.
Lufthansa Senator Lounge Eats are all Business.
Food here isn’t an exception to the business class offerings at this Lufthansa Senator Lounge. Our morning visit got us a good, but typical international business spread with eggs, bacon and a solid variety of wake-up carbs. A tower of fruit is set out for the healthy grab and go flyer too.
Gute WiFi und Steckdose galore.
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Wi-Fi worked well for us on our quick stop. Light video streaming and basic social networking functions worked well through much of the lounge. Power wasn’t hard to find either with outlets near most seating.
I don’t recall any outright bad experiences with Lufthansa lounge staff, but this crew seemed extra friendly. Check-in is swift and the agent here was helpful in helping point out our gate. Pleasantries were unforced. Inside staff ran a tight ship with food options well stocked and continued the parade of niceties.
It’s not a stretch to say that the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge is a better choice when flying Singapore Suites from Frankfurt. This Lufthansa Senator Lounge brings decent service, food and seating variety but lacks the more secluded areas we like for pre-flight unwinding.
How we got in:
Singapore Airlines is a Star Alliance partner with Lufthansa so our first class boarding pass was all it took. Unfortunately, this doesn’t allow you into it’s First Class facilities so Lufthansa Senator lounge access is the best available from the airports largest carrier. It’s a bit of a surprise but the better option is Air Canada’s Maple Leaf Lounge (look for our review soon) just a few minutes further from our gate.
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