Review – Qantas Lounge Hong Kong

by Zac George
a bar with stools in a building

Hong Kong has always been a big market for Qantas. They have flights from multiples cities and have usually the routes are very profitable. Hong Kong is a Oneworld hub with 11 member airlines currently flying out of the airport.

  • American Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Finnair
  • Japan Airlines
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Qantas
  • Qatar
  • Royal Jordanian
  • S7 Airlines
  • SriLankan Airlines

Qantas have been slowly upgrading some of their international and domestic lounges for months now. The same design for the Hong Kong lounge is used or will be for the Singapore lounge, Brisbane international  and domestic lounges.

To get entry into the lounge you have to meet these requirements:

  • Qantas Club
  • Qantas Gold, Platinum and Platinum one
  • Oneworld Sapphire or Emerald
  • Emirates skywards gold or platinum on a Qantas flight
  • Oneworld Business or First class passengers
a glass wall in a building

Entry To The Lounge

a reception desks in a room

Boarding Pass Check

a sign on a wall

a row of magazines on a counter

Newspapers And Various Articles

The lounge has very large amount amounts of seating, it can get very busy at peak nights.

a room with many chairs and a tv

Various Seating

a bar with stools in a building

The Bar

a bar with a counter and chairs

a room with tables and chairs and a wall with lights

Seating Behind The Bar

a room with black couches and tables

Seating Area

a room with tables and chairs and a plant

a table and chairs in a room with a glass wall


Coffee Machines

a toaster oven and bowls on a counter

Toasting Machines

a row of glasses on a counter


a glass case with bottles and cans of soda

Self Serve Beverages

a group of silver pots and sauces on a marble counter


a buffet with bowls of food


At 9 in the morning the lounge was completely empty. The lounge was split in half so unfortunately I wasn’t able to get photos of the full lounge. There would have been 20 people max in the lounge.

a large glass building with a large window and people sitting at tables

a hallway with a metal railing

a room with a fan and a desk

a bathroom with a shower and toilet


a row of sinks and mirrors in a bathroom

a white bottle with black label on a black shelf

a toilet in a bathroom

a sign on a wall


The Qantas lounge Hong Kong is a great lounge to spend a few hours in. Would I use it over the Pier or Wing First no, for a business class lounge it ticks all the boxes and Qantas have done a great job with the lounge.

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