Not only is Hong Kong one of the world’s best airports, but it’s home to some of the world’s best Oneworld airline lounges. There are no less than nine Hong Kong Oneworld lounges available to frequent flyers with Sapphire and Emerald status. This includes Qantas Gold and Platinum members.
Cathay Pacific operates six of the Hong Kong Oneworld lounges, each with their own unique character. Qantas also operates a superb lounge in Hong Kong. Depending on the Oneworld airline you’re flying, you may also have access to the Club Bauhinia and Plaza Premium lounges. Qantas frequent flyers travelling on a Qantas ticket can use the Emirates lounge as well.
If you’re flying from or through Hong Kong on a Oneworld airline and have status – or a Business or First class ticket – you’re truly spoilt for choice. There’s no need to limit your time to just one of Hong Kong’s Oneworld lounges… so why not visit several?
You can go to both. Also go to as many of the CX business lounges as you like. They all have a different character so it can be a bit of fun.
One of the great aspects of airline alliances is reciprocal frequent flyer benefits, including lounge access, when flying on any airline in the alliance. So, even if you’re flying Qantas out of Hong Kong, you can still visit any (or all) of the Cathay Pacific lounges!
Of the lounges operated by Cathay Pacific, The Pier is arguably the best. This lounge was rated by our members as one of the world’s best First class lounges.
While you can access all the lounges the Pier is where you want to spend all your times it’s amazing!
The Pier, along with The Wing, both have dedicated areas for First class and Oneworld Emerald passengers. Cathay Pacific’s other two lounges, The Bridge and The Pier, are combined lounges for Business and First class passengers.
With so many lounge choices, Hong Kong is the perfect place for lounge hopping! Some of our members will be doing just that when the AFF Hong Kong lounge crawl takes place on 10 June next year.
And next June we’re going to meet in HKG and visit all of the lounges.
Which is your favourite Hong Kong Oneworld lounge? Join the discussion HERE.