Lufthansa will open two new lounges at Berlin Brandenburg airport next week.
The Senator and Business lounges will be officially unveiled on April 3, meaning eligible customers will no longer be directed to the independent Lounge Tegel (or the Lounge Tempelhof in the case of HON Circle members).
The lounges are located at the north pier of Terminal 1 close to gate B20 – the Senator facility is brand new, while Business lounge has undergone a refurbishment programme.
The Senator lounge features a steam fireplace, as well as a new digital art concept, allowing guests to individually contribute to the artwork via an app.
Meanwhile the Business lounge features a new TV club where guests can enjoy “classical music, concert broadcasts and films”, as well as “a wall of books” provided by the teNeues publishing house.
Both lounges offer food at all times of the day, including vegetarian and vegan dishes, and there is also a separate space for HON Circle members.
Berlin airport finally opened its doors in late 2020 after nearly a decade of delays, and is now the sole airport for the city, with the adjacent Schonefeld airport renamed as BER’s Terminal 5, and Tegel having closed shortly after the inauguration of Berlin Brandenburg.
The city’s Templehoff airport – which closed in 2008 – is now a popular attraction, with visitors able to take tours of the facility, and plans to bring more of its buildings back into use.