Airline Lounge Review: Singapore Airlines – Kris Flyer Gold lounge – Singapore

www.misopeckish.comI have never seen another airline that segregate its frequent flyers with two different lounges.  the Kris Flyer gold lounge for star gold card holders vs the Silver Kris Lounge which is for Business class/first class passengers including passengers in Singapores top tier holders the PPS Club.

I have always enjoyed Singapore’s Silver Kris Flyer lounges around the world as their food and service is always top notch and is always better than my usually frequent flyer lounge (Air NZs Koru Lounge)

There are a large number of seating in order to cater for the volume of users using this lounge.

Hot food was provided and replenished frequently.  Though I was astounded with the lack of  variety that is viable.   We arrived early in the morning when they were serving breakfast.  Which included a number of local dishes such as egg fu noodles,  glutenous rice with Chinese Sausage, steam rice cake with radish and samba, and french toast as its hot food.

There is a small selection of cereals aswell as tea and coffee as well as cold drinks

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The Kris Flyer lounge is fairly average in my opinion.   It is fairly crowded with limited food.  But in saying that it is always good to have some kind of lounge access especially when you are in an airport that dos not have have many amenities.   Though when you are in Singapore, there are so many shops and restaurant and other amenities that you probably would not need lounge access to pass time.

Amenities:  Free Wifi, Business Centre, TV, Newpapers/Magazines

Hours:  24 Hours

Location:  Terminal 2, Level 3, North Wing

Verdict:  An ok lounge, but not the best I have been in.  What amazes me is that Singapore Airlines can segregate Star Gold card users to those flying in Business/First Class lounge/PPS members who can use the Kris Silver Lounge, which is their top of the range lounge.   Food is fairly limited.   The toilets are located outside of the lounge down this corridor, where you could miss it if you were not paying to much attention.

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