Part 1: Asia the really long way – in F, 25,624 miles
Part 2: YYC-YXE on AC in Y
Part 3: My stay in Saskatoon
Part 4: YXE-YYZ-YUL-YSJ on AC in Y
Part 5: My stay in New Brunswick
Part 6: YSJ-YUL-BRU on AC in J/Y
Part 7: My stay in Brussels
Part 8: BRU-ZRH on LX in C
Part 9: ZRH-IST on LX in C
Part 10: The IST experience in F
Part 11: IST-NRT on TK in F
Part 12: My stay in Tokyo, including Japanese-style suite
Part 13: HND-KIX on NH in Y
Part 14: KIX-FRA on LH in F
Part 15: Frankfurt First Class Lounge A-gates (Schengen)
Part 16: FRA-GDN on LO in C (and LH Sports Corner!)
Part 17: My stay in Gdansk
Part 18: GDN-CPH on SK in C
Part 19: CPH SK (SAS) lounges
Part 20: CPH-YYZ on AC in J (767 pods), YYZ-YYC on AC in Y
We arrived early in Copenhagen, and although we had been planning to go into the city, we were quite tired, and decided to be lazy and stay at the airport. The SAS lounge was wonderful however!
SAS Scandinavian Lounge (*G) Copenhagen
Outside the lounges
Scandinavian right and up, Business Lounge left
Stairs, although there also is an elevator
Mobile phone booth!
A great impression of this lounge. Ample seating, which was also comfortable, and good food selection. The internet was also super-quick – the fastest connection I have seen anywhere in a long time.
If you sit to the end of the bar, you have a security checkpoint under you, so I wouldn’t recommend doing that because of the noise.
The security checkpoint
Then I went down and asked about the “resting rooms” I had heard about on loungeguide.net (I was actually reading the guide while in the lounge). Indeed, both were available, but we said we only need one.
I honestly don’t know why it’s ‘Resting room 11′, because there are only two rooms, 11 & 12
The room is great. There’s a bed, a chair, a desk, and a shower. It’s like a small hotel room, without a window.
We both took showers, and my mom stayed in the room to relax. The only downside I can see to this room is that the internet became very slow inside.
There’s a separate area overlooking the terminal, but there are windows, so no noise penetrates.
SAS Business Lounge
(*S) (not *S, as I found out, just C class) Copenhagen
I then decided to check out the lounge underneath, the Star Alliance Silver lounge.
Taken from above
A nice lounge, especially for the Star Alliance Silver level. I did, however, prefer the Scandinavian Lounge upstairs.
I like CPH airport very much, it’s very Scandinavian, and I like that sense of style.
It was time to go to board now…