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first_imgairportsHong Konglounges Cathay Pacific will open the doors to The Deck, the airline’s newest lounge at Hong Kong International Airport, on 22 March 2018. Located close to gate 16 in Terminal 1, and designed in the signature style of Cathay Pacific’s award-winning lounges in Hong Kong and across its network, The Deck emulates a “contemporary living room” environment of understated luxury. At 823 square metres, The Deck has seating for 180 passengers and is fitted with designer furniture and lighting carefully selected for practicality, comfort and privacy, while the use of natural materials, plenty of greenery and artworks by local artists add to the lounge’s welcoming atmosphere.The lounge is also equipped with a relaxation room zone featuring bespoke Solo chairs, as well as eight shower suites, washroom facilities and a range of comfortable seating throughout.The Deck will join Cathay Pacific’s other lounges at HKIA – including The Bridge, The Pier Business and First Class lounges, The Wing Business and First Class lounges and The Arrival – in providing customers with a Life Well Travelled experience. Meanwhile, The Cabin will close on 30 April.Cathay Pacific Chief Customer and Commercial Officer Paul Loo said: “The Deck builds on the formula that has made our other new lounges around the world so popular with our customers.“Investing in experiences that our customers value and consider important is at the heart of our product and service philosophy, and helps us differentiate ourselves from any other airline. We look forward to welcoming the lounge’s first passengers.”The Noodle BarThe dining experience at the heart of The Deck, with the Main Lounge providing a range of self-service, freshly made international offerings. Passengers who yearn for a taste of Hong Kong can choose from a selection of local classics, including wonton noodles in a hearty broth, fish ball noodles and a variety of dim sum and buns. Ready-to-order Asian delights, such as dan dan noodles and Japanese-style vegetarian noodles, are also available.The TerraceThe Deck is distinct from Cathay Pacific’s other lounges because it sits on a balcony on the eastern side of the terminal building.From The Terrace, an open-ceiling L-shaped verandah featuring both table and individual seating, lounge visitors can take in panoramic views of the airport’s apron, taxi-ways and northern runway whilst enjoying their choice from a wide variety of drinks and dining options.last_img

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