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The Lounge Life

loungePlaza Premium Lounge has flung its doors wide open on a newly renovated space in YVR's International Terminal. With everything from an espresso bar to napping rooms, the lounge offers a sosphisticated, comfortable atmosphere that's available to any departing passenger, regardless of airline or fare class. 

At 6,700 square feet, the Plaza Premium Lounge - one of four at YVR - is the largest pay-per-use airport lounge in Canada. It's divided into thematic zones offering different experiences, so guests can quietly sip beverage and read a magazine, catch up on work at a private work station, enjoy a meal with travel companions or even have a shower and a nap between connections. Napping Room

Plaza Premium Lounge is another great amenity available to YVR passengers. And with more new services set to launch in 2014 (All Nippon Airways to Haneda, Icelandair to Reykjavik, for instance), we'll be sending a steady stream of passengers to Plaza Premium Lounge for a five-star experience not available in most airports.

A single lounge visit starts at $35 for two hours of lounge use, including food and beverages. More information is available on YVR's Shopping, Dining & Services page and on the Plaza Premium Lounge website.



1 Comment

  • Debb wrote on Apr 09 2014 AT 11:32 AM

    Very nice as an airline employee I give people advice on services all the time.Do Employees get a discount on the lounge?I can't recommend something I have never tried.
    You should have a contest for your YVR air mail clients to win a pass for the lounge.
    If you give airline employees a chance to experience it they could recommend it to the many people who ask for advice from them daily.Just a thought.
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