The space benefits from having a long expanse of windows looking out onto the tarmac, which provides both welcome natural light and good views for those who want to watch planes and tarmac activity.
Japan is famed for service and the route between Tokyo and Hong Kong is competitive with lots of high paying passengers, so it is easy to have high expectations for Cathay’s lounge in Narita. However, I find it to be underwhelming.
The lounge is located in terminal two.
I had decent expectations for the Korean Air lounge in Busan but was underwhelmed.
The lounge is easily reached, airside just up the stairs one level from the departure area.
The Korean Air lounge is located on the public side of the airport, before security. It is almost directly beneath the Korean Air checkin counters – one just needs to go down one flight of stairs. This location means that you need to allow sufficient time to clear passport control and security and get to your gate before departure,
EVA Air has a number of lounges in terminal two at Taipei Taoyuan airport. The Club lounge is one of their lesser ones, which is used as a contract lounge for airlines including Hong Kong Airlines.
After clearing the immigration area, go upstairs to the fourth floor and the lounge is immediately obvious.
The reLAX lounge is located in the new Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX. You can find it if you take the escalator to the mezzanine and it’s right smack in the middle near Panda Express. Note this is before passing security. I got in using my Priority Pass card.