Review: Lufthansa First Class Lounge, Munich Terminal 2 Main, Germany


Review: Lufthansa First Class Lounge, Munich Terminal 2, Munich, Germany

While back at the main building concourse, it was a very short walk to the original Lufthansa First Class Lounge. I decided that I would take in the full experience and experience both first class lounge locations. On arrival to the original “main” lounge, I buzzed the door buzzer and was admitted. The lounge staff collected and retained the passport again.

The Lufthansa First Class Lounge:

The Lufthansa First Class lounge in the main concourse seems to have a much smaller footprint than its satellite cousin. This could be because the place has no windows. The seating is more bunched together. I ended up in a corner near the telephone booths.

“The original Lufthansa First Class Lounge Munich is a dark boutique like space that offers a more frenzied and intense feel than its relaxed Terminal 2 Satellite sister.”

The Lufthansa First Class lounge in the main concourse seems to have a much smaller footprint than its satellite cousin. This could be because the place has no windows. The seating is more bunched together. I ended up in a corner near the telephone booths.

Food and Beverage including Bar Service:

The bar itself was slightly less impressive than it’s cousin out in the satellite. It’s a darker and more central version near the entry door.

There was also a Cigar Lounge, which I didn’t partake in.

The pace of this lounge was must more frantic than the satellite lounge with passengers making calls and confirming power deals. All the offices were occupied. I took a peek into one of them for interests’ sakes and it was full of uneaten plates. The horrors! (Laughing).

I had a glass of champagne along with some nuts from the hall containers.

I located a stack of duck collections in the back with Lufthansa first class ducks. Neat and I picked up a holiday version.

In Summary:

“The Lufthansa First Class Lounge remains a nice place to visit, but it won’t be mistaken for the exceptional Lufthansa First Class Terminal in Frankfurt or the bright and beautiful Lufthansa First Class Lounge Munich Terminal 2 Satellite”

I didn’t stay all too long as a great flight waited ahead. Of the two lounges, I much preferred the newer outer Satellite lounge. The daylight windows, the lessened traffic and the great ambience easily beat out the inner original “main” lounge. If there isn’t a train strike happening near you, make sure you save some time to make it out to the Satellite.

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