Our 2nd Honeymoon in Paradise – Air France Lounge, Los Angeles

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Air France Lounge – LAX

Air France Lounge – Los Angeles

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Emily Jablon: After check-in we went up to the Air France lounge.  Since we were traveling in Business Class we got free access to the lounge including complimentary snacks and drinks.

Air France Lounge – LAX

Outside the Air France Lounge

There were lots of magazines as soon as we entered.

Air France Lounge – LAX

Magazines in the Air France Lounge

The lounge was no different than many US lounges.  There were olives, cheese, chips, Milano cookies, and a few other snacks, but no hot or prepared food.

Air France Lounge – LAX

Snacks

Daraius:  I don’t mean to perpetuate stereotypes, but the Air France lounge had more cheese than your usual American airline lounge would.

Air France Lounge – LAX

Say “Cheese!”

Emily Jablon:  There were olives…

Air France Lounge – LAX

Olives

…self service drinks…

Air France Lounge – LAX

Drinks

…and more drinks.

Air France Lounge – LAX

More Drinks!

There was wireless access, and the connection was strong, so we were able to log on and get some work done.  The lounge was a bit dimly lit and gloomy, but we were grateful to have a drink and use the wi-fi!

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22 responses to “Our 2nd Honeymoon in Paradise – Air France Lounge, Los Angeles

  1. can you drink or take out the drinks, new unopened cans or bottles home?

  2. @ROB – You can take a can or bottle of water with you for the flight, but I wouldn’t stuff your bag with them!

  3. At least you were able to get some work done. Peace and quiet is more important to me than eating those sad looking ‘snacks’.

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