Lounge Review: Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles
The Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles is one of the newest oneworld lounges in North America and offers incredible service, very good food and a lovely modern design. Access is granted for everyone with an international First Class ticket on any oneworld carrier or oneworld Emerald members of all airlines except American Airlines. Learn why you should definitely visit the lounge in our newest lounge review!
Generally, I don’t really find lounge review the most amazing thing to write as many lounges are relatively similar and at the same time not very good. The Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles is an absolute exception in this regard.
The lounge, which is located in the Tom Bradley Terminal (which nowadays is directly connected with the American Airlines Terminal 4) just a few steps away from the new connector, is the ideal spot to relax before your international or domestic flight.
Sadly, access is limited to oneworld Emerald members and international First Class passengers.
Seating in the Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles
Upon entering the Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles, you’ll immediately find yourself in the lounge, which basically consists of one large room with several room dividers.
There are also two private rooms, which you can request at reception. I took advantage of this as I had an online meeting to attend and was promptly helped. The private rooms are very nice and come with a seating corner, a television and a working desk.
The general lounge also comes with a very sleek and modern design and several different seating areas. There’s not only a bar with lots of high-top seating, but also a whole dining area with dining tables. You can also find the typical lounge chairs and some special chairs to relax.
What I missed a little bit was a dedicated working area. Also, there is no view of the tarmac. Nevertheless, the Qantas First Class Lounge is quite airy and bright.
Food in the Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles
What’s really outstanding about the Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles besides it’s modern design are the dining options. While most lounges in the world come with a buffet, there is none at all at the Qantas First Class Lounge at Los Angeles International Airport.
Instead, you are helped by a server immediately upon entering the lounge. As we visited the lounge during breakfast time, we had the extensive breakfast menu to choose from.
I went for an egg white omelet, some freshly squeezed orange juice and a cappuccino, which all were exceptional. Sadly, I wasn’t hungrier, so I couldn’t try more things, but I’m sure everything on the menu is great.
The service was also amazing as the server not only served everything in the private room, but also came to check whether we wanted something else.
If you are just opting for a drink or a coffee, you can also help yourself at one of the self-service stations in the Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles, where also snacks like cookies are available.
Entertainment in the Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles
The Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles definitely is outstanding when it comes to business purposes as you are not only getting very fast Wi-Fi, but also printers available in the lounge.
The private rooms are exceptional if you have a meeting or a conference and need some privacy. However, I doubt working in one of the lounge chairs would be as great.
If you are just looking for some relaxation, you can help yourself with a choice of American and Australian magazines and newspapers or watch news on one of the televisions in the lounge.
Bottom line Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles
In Los Angeles I had the pleasure to visit a Qantas Lounge for the first time and I was truly stunned. I was absolutely looking forward to write this lounge review as I truly fell in love with the Qantas First Class Lounge Los Angeles.
The great design, the private rooms and the food concept with fresh options served at your place is truly amazing and make the Qantas Lounge the ideal spot to spend some hours in Los Angeles. This is one of the few lounges in the world I’d really recommend to plan some time for. It’s worth it!