New Lufthansa Lounge in Milan Malpensa
New design concept creates a cosy atmosphere for working and relaxing
Aperitivo, fresh pasta, espresso from the barista - theses typical Milanese culinary delights can now be enjoyed by passengers in the new Lufthansa lounge at Milan Malpensa Airport. Starting tomorrow, guests can spend their time in a relaxed Italian atmosphere, as they wait for their flights.
The most recent Lufthansa lounge in Terminal 1A represents a new and exclusive concept, which will set the way for Lufthansa Group lounges in the future. New or renovated lounges will be more individually designed to include a "local touch". In Milan, the 550 square meter area includes 117 seats, which have been structured in such a way that comfort, privacy and a feel-good ambience allow for an ideal place to work and relax. Lounge guests should feel as if they are at home in their living room. Room dividing elements and an integrated lighting concept provide individual seating arrangements and relaxation possibilities. Huge ceiling-high window fronts provide a fantastic view of the airport apron. High-quality furniture and design classics from Vitra round off the stylish ambience. The exclusive sanitary area was designed and equipped by Villeroy & Boch.
A food and beverage highlight is the front cooking station, where guests will be provided with freshly prepared meals "made in Italy” to satisfy their individual preferences. At the central bar, a barista spoils guests with freshly brewed coffee specialties and Italian aperitifs such as Campari, Martini and Aperol, which are served with finger food. There is also a Coffee Corner in the entrance area of the Lufthansa lounge for guests who do not have a lot of time to spend, but can still start the day off strong.
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