The Lufthansa First Class Terminal Frankfurt is one of the most famous airport lounges on this planet. While I totally enjoyed the experience, I can’t really share all of the excitement. Check out this extensive review to learn more! You can find more content about Frankfurt on our city page! I’ve had the chance to experience incredible airline lounges on this planet, including the Qantas First Class Lounge Sydney and more. Yet,… Read More
The Lufthansa First Class Terminal Frankfurt is supposed to be one of the leading airport lounges in the whole world. While the lounge is truly beautiful and homely, I wasn’t all that amazed. There are a couple of amazing facilities, including bathrooms with bathtubs, an à la carte restaurant, a stunning bar and more, I didn’t find the atmosphere to be all that amazing. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on… Read More
On my way to London, I had the chance to check out the Lufthansa Business Lounge (B24). The lounge is quite large and offers a nice breakfast buffet! Stay tuned for our extensive review of the Lufthansa Business Lounge (B24)! As of now, I’ve already reviewed the following lounges in Frankfurt: Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Lufthansa Business Lounge (B44) Lufthansa Senator Lounge (B)
Due to an early departure from Frankfurt, I had the chance to check out Hilton Frankfurt Airport. The property is not only well located, it also comes with a simple and modern design, which I find truly adorable! Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!
Frankfurt (Main) in Germany is rather known for being a business metropolis. High-rising skyscrapers and modern architecture by the river Main is the image you most likely have of the city. However, we found Frankfurt (Main) also to be quite attractive for touristic purposes. Especially the historical old town makes Frankfurt (Main) worth visiting. Here are our top things to do and see in Frankfurt (Main)! Central Station Frankfurt (Main) Central Station… Read More
Transportation in Frankfurt is extremely easy for tourists. There are several different means of transportation including trains, the so-called S-Bahn (a light rail system), the metro, trams, buses and taxis. Due to the population of Frankfurt and the nearby areas, the frequencies of public transportation are very high. This makes the use extremely comfortable and easy. Find more content about Frankfurt on our city page! Frankfurt is one of the main hubs… Read More
Maple Leaf Lounge Frankfurt is one of many Star Alliance lounges at Frankfurt Airport. Surprisingly, Air Canada offers its passengers an own lounge even though there are several Lufthansa lounges around. Even though Lufthansa is the home carrier at Frankfurt Airport, Maple Leaf Lounge Frankfurt actually isn’t any bad. The buffet is decent and seating is comfortable. Check out our rating of Maple Leaf Lounge Frankfurt! Flying Business Class or holding a… Read More
Lufthansa Senator Lounge Frankfurt (B) is one of four Senator Lounges at Frankfurt Airport. Even though the lounge is one of the smaller Senator Lounges in Frankfurt, it is spacious enough and offers several different areas for relaxation, dining and working. You may also enjoy a nap or a shower at Lufthansa Senator Lounge Frankfurt (B). Check out our rating of Lufthansa Senator Lounge Frankfurt (B)! Located just a few meters away… Read More