Finding Level 1 Delta business class awards to Europe (Sweden) – Part 1
Virgin Atlantic Upper Class outbound via Manchester – Part 2
The Escape Lounge Manchester T3 – Part 3
KLM Euro business class to Amsterdam & Gothenburg – Part 4
The smallest lounge EVER – the Ford business class lounge in Gothenburg GOT- Part 5
The Club Carlson Park Inn by Radisson Stockholm – Part 6
Hertz Presidents Circle GOLD club rental in Sweden – Part 7
KLM Euro business class to Amsterdam & Manchester – Part 8
The KLM Crown Lounge Amsterdam #25 – Part 9
ASPIRE lounge #26 Amsterdam AMS Priority Pass lounge review – Part 10
SPG Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Hotel Schiphol suite review- Part 11
The Escape Lounge Manchester T2 for Virgin Atlantic Upper Class guests review- Part 12
Virgin Atlantic Upper Class Manchester to Atlanta – Part 13
Final thoughts, costs and Virgin vs. DeltaONE to Europe – Part 14
I was not overly impressed with the T3 Escape lounge. The T2 Escape lounge is the one Delta and Virgin Upper Class guests are directed to when flying back to the USA rather than the Virgin Vacations lounge just around the corner. I have no idea what that lounge is like, but I can promise you it had to be better than this one. Let me first off take you on the grand tour:
Above is the entrance looking left
The food and drink choices
The work area right of entrance
And the “rest” of the lounge. Folks that is it. No showers or anything (you go outside the lounge to use the lavatory). It is just a one room box with a few dividers. To call this underwhelming would be kind. I can see, if a 747 full complement of Upper Class passengers prior to boarding were here, this lounge would become packed to standing room only. What a disappointment.
There were some additional choices from the tiny kitchen should we have wanted it but we did not have that much time before boarding and actually went to the gate early (just as well to leave).
There was a Priority Pass SWISSPORT LOUNGE I could have gotten into right next door thanks to my non-Delta AMEX Platinum card and I wish I had and will rather than return to this Escape lounge.
Next up my Virgin Upper Class ride home. The entire middle section of the Upper Class cabin was empty so one would expect good things. That review is up next – Rene
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