SATS Ltd and Plaza Premium Group have now officially opened their new joint lounge at Changi Airport’s Terminal 4 building.
The Blossom – SATS & Plaza Premium Lounge technically has been open to the public since last October, however its grand opening only took place last Thursday.
The facility is situated on the Level 2 Mezzanine in the terminal’s transit area and encompasses some 1,100 sqm of space – enough to seat 280 people at a time and 800 people per day overall. The lounge is open to visitors all day.
This notably places the lounge within the Terminal 4 Heritage Zone, and a particularly unique feature of the facility is its “VIP box seats” that give guests a view of the terminal’s Peranakan Love Story digital performance that is displayed across the Peranakan-styled shophouses.
Other notable facilities include self-contained cabins with what look to be about shoulder-height walls…
…along with showers and sleeping facilities located within a relaxation zone (pictured below) for transfer and transit passengers.
There is also an area known as the Business Class & CIP Lounge space, which has a number of different seating options. Along with cubicles with individual lights and small tables…
…there are also lounge chairs with ottoman stools if you want to put your feet up, along with regular tables and chairs.
On the F&B front, the lounge has live cooking stations along with a dining hall that features both long tables with chairs and enclosed cubicles. For beverages, the lounge also has an island tapas bar (with a TV screen in the centre) that offers a 360-degree view of the airport.
A note for individual travellers looking to make use of this area: it is also available for private events and functions, meaning it may not always be accessible.
The Blossom lounge joins the companies’ four other dedicated lounges at Changi Airport, notably Plaza Premium Group’s Terminal 1 lounge and SATS Premier lounges in each of the airport’s three other terminals. Plaza Premium Group also operates the Aerotel Singapore airport transit hotel in Terminal 1 as well as TGM, a dining outlet in Terminal 2.
Business Traveller Asia-Pacific took an in-depth look at Changi Airport’s newest terminal in July last year, ahead of its opening last October.