Brussels (BRU) SAS Business Lounge
Location, Hours and Access
- Note: This lounge is not practical to get to for passengers departing from pier B (Non-Schengen). The lounge is a long walk away from the B gates; moreover, one might not be able to get to the lounge without a boarding pass for an A gate. Star Alliance passengers departing from pier B should use the bmi lounge situated in pier B.
- Location: Pier A (Schengen); take the escalator opposite gate 42; the lounge is situated at the end of the corridor past the general lounge reception desk
- Opening Hours: Daily 0630-2030
- Phone: +32-2-753 2498
- Access: Holder of Star Alliance Gold Card traveling on a same-day Star Alliance or other SAS partner ticket; holder of same-day Star Alliance or other SAS partner international Business Class ticket; or holder of a same-day Star Alliance international First Class ticket and connecting flights with any Star Alliance partner irrespective of class of service.
- Guest Policy: Holders of Star Alliance Gold Card and holders of a same-day Star Alliance international First Class ticket are welcome to bring one guest or the immediate family.
- Spacious lounge with nice, light furniture;
- Partial view on apron and runway 25R;
- Usually not very crowded;
- Restroom in lounge.
Food and Beverages
- Bottled beer;
- Bottled wine;
- Selection of soft drinks from the tab;
- Bread that can be toasted in two toasters;
- Salami, cheese, spreads, pickles;
- Fruit Basket;
- Coffee, tea.
Showers and Spa
Entertainment and Business-facilities
- Three computers with free internet access;
- Free wireless internet (details at lounge reception);
- TV with CNN (sometimes without sound);
- choice of magazines and newspapers.
Special facilities and services
Thanks for the pictures of a star alliance lounge at BRU. I'll be making my first trip to BRU in Feb '08.
I visited this lounge a few months ago and I thought that it was overcrowded at times. Also the tables and floors, are barely cleaned. There is a small selection of drinks and a big tv screen and a few magazines and newspapers. Except for that, the lounge is pretty classic, with not even a bathroom in it, which is needed. One positive point is that it has a good view of the terminal from above. The Diamond Club next door, is better, but is extremely overcrowded at times