Review: Iberia Velázquez VIP Lounge – Best Oneworld Business lounge?

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Iberia recently refurbished their lounge in Madrid T4s - I was curious to see what it'd be like, as the  Velázquez VIP Lounge lounge had been one of my favourite in Europe. The verdict? The refurbished version has transformed the lounge from very, very good to excellent - so much so, I'd have happily spent many hours here - a rare verdict for an airport lounge.  Iberia's T4s lounge is available for use by passengers flying with oneworld airlines in business

Review: Cathay Pacific First Class Lounge, London Heathrow

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If you're travelling on a oneworld airline with lounge access eligibility, and are departing from London Heathrow Terminal 3,  you're in luck - with a number of different lounges to choose from - including separate First and Business lounges from American Airlines, British Airways, and Cathay Pacific. Qantas has also just opened a joint Business and First lounge. Without exception, the First Class Lounges are accessible to those travelling in First and oneworld Emerald members, whilst the Business Class Lounges

Review: Doha Airport First Class Lounge

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Qatar has a rather complex lounge policy - with separate lounges for those travelling in First and Business, and for those who are eligible for lounge access due to their frequent flyer status. If you're a oneworld Emerald, and are flying economy, you'll be directed to the 'First Class' lounge - although this is not the lounge used by those ticketed in First, who are instead directed to the far superior Al Safwa Lounge.  Having searched for reviews before visiting the

Nice Côte d’Azur Canopy Lounge Review

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Located in the non-Schengen area of Nice's Terminal 1, the Canopy Lounge offers a roomy space to relax prior to flying, with an albeit basic range of snacks.  Getting to the lounge is simple - once having gone through security, head to the B zone and clear passport control. Once you're through passport control, turn left into the main shopping area, where the lounge is on the first floor (accessible via stairs and lift) and is clearly signposted.  The lounge is very

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