Air France knows the toll a flight can take on you. Especially if you have a layover, you want to be as comfortable as you can in the airport. The global, France inspired airline has brought their in-flight attention to care to their newly redesigned business lounge in Hall L at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Terminal Two. When you travel with Air France in the area, you can focus on what really matters to you. Instead of random noise and finding a place to charge your devices. Not only are Air France’s business lounges redesigned, they are larger with totally new renovations like open kitchens, private saunas, and a detox bar.
The 3200 sq. meter lounge is being unveiled in two sections in which the first 2180 sq meter improvement has already opened. Further improvements are due to open this July 2018, with even more innovative services that focus on well-being and fine dining. The first reveal on January 25, 2018 made this particular Air France Lounge the brand’s largest well-being area. Perks include loungers, and mini-suites for catching a breath between flight, a detox bar with refreshing tonics, private cabins for Clarins facials, two saunas, and large lux showers to wash off the flight.
If you find yourself hungry, La Table Gourmet dinning area offers chef prepared dishes, and self serve areas where you can discover a host of tastes including casseroles, salads, pastries, and more. Do not forget about the wine that is hand chosen by 2013’s world’s best sommelier. After getting full, enjoy other unique spaces like the Le Club private area, Le Petit Salon, personal staff service, and Air France branded shopping. So when flying to or from France for business, be sure to take advantage of Air France’s newly redesigned business lounges. You may emerge and have one of the best work-oriented flights ever. Learn more about the lounge and future improvement online at Air France.