Enhance your pre-boarding experience in this sophisticated, trendy modern oasis flanked by dark wood and traditional African motifs. Enjoy comfort, relaxation, and a tremendous selection of food and beverages, including champagne. Take a refreshing shower, enjoy a glass or two of local South African wine, or crank your productivity up to eleven.
NOTE: This lounge is accessible for passengers departing on international flights. Children under 2 years old are admitted free with an adult.
This lounge is smaller than the Bidvest Lounge, but it's closer to the farther gates. Food and drinks were good.
Not big but sufficient for this terminal A. Decor is nice enough, staff friendly, self-serve beverages, hot foods and sandwiches available. Friendly staff. Room for improvement.
A surprisingly sophisticated interior with odd but tasty furnitures, very dark wood and African trinkets. Good food and good South African wines. Really good!
Really nice, sort of trendy. The only problem is that there aren't great work spaces here. They do have champagne though!
Overall, great lounge with modern decor, good food, nice self-serve selection of local liqueurs and beer. The restoom is small, but it's nice.
This lounge is pretty good but the SAA airlines' are superior if you have access.
This is a small lounge, with few facilities.
Nice and comfy lounge. Good selection of food. Several power points throughout (although could be more). Not the biggest of lounges so could get congested easily.
Comfortable, good selection of drinks, small selection of good hot food. My favourite of the non-airline lounges at JNB.
Great food selection, very comfortable seats, great drink selection. WiFi extremely slow but that's SA.
Fairly cramped lounge, but clean and tidy. Decent range of hot food along with full bar. Internet average but good showers. Well worth a visit.
Good large lounge, though crowded. Comfortable seating, with private configurations possible. Good drink options, passable food.
Not recommended. It's loud and pokey with bad lighting. They need to switch off the awful television noise and add some partitions. Food selection mediocre for a South African lounge.
The lounge is clean and there is a lot of seating, but the food and drink selection is very poor and the quality isn't great. Also the internet was basically unusable the two times I was here.
This lounge was comfortable and has a self serve bar and buffet. I was able to relax and chat with some nice folks. I'd definitely recommend this lounge found using Lounge Buddy. @BotswanaTrek
Fun, funky decor. Multiple hot and cold food options. Nice showers. Two iMac workstations.
It appears that the food options is kind of an after-thought as it appears the hot options are not hot or fresh, and the cold options have been sitting for a few days. Comfy chairs though!
Mediocre food, good drink selection, plenty of seating. Nothing special.
Came in at 8:45 and it was empty. No eggs for breakfast, just fruit, cereal, sausage, potatoes, chicken, sushi and cold sandwiches. Coffee machine, soft drinks, beer and wine available.
Crowded, food refilled slowly if at all. Poor wifi reception in corners. Sushi was a plus.
Towards Gates A7-A18, past the Air France Lounge, take the escalators down to the entrance on the left side.
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