British Airways Unveils new Geneva Lounge

British Airways' newly refurbished lounge at Geneva Airport. (Photo: Nick Morrish/British Airways)

British Airways has unveiled the latest of its lounge developments, re-opening the newly refurbished facility in Geneva as part of its £6.5 billion investment for customers.

BA says the lounge has undergone significant refurbishment and follows a new design concept for the airline, which debuted in 2018.

(Photo: Nick Morrish / British Airways)

The space available has been extended to 3,520sq ft (327m²) and laid

out to offer designated areas to meet different customer needs.

A lobby bar is placed in the centre of the space and the new catering offer provides an enhanced menu.

Zoned areas in the lounge will enable guests to choose what area they would like to relax in depending on their mood, with a music system and bespoke playlist.

(Photo: Nick Morrish / British Airways)

Lighting has been carefully planned by zone and is dimmable to reflect the time of day.

Carolina Martinoli, British Airways’ director of brand and customer experience, said: “We know the difference our lounges make to our customers and we’re delighted to present the next step in our significant customer investment with the refurbished Geneva lounge.

“Every detail has been carefully considered and we’ve created a space to meet our customers’ needs – whether they want to relax with a hot meal, enjoy a drink at the lobby bar or explore some craft ales, the new lounge is guaranteed to please pre-flight.”

Access to the lounge is exclusively for customers travelling in BA’s Club Europe as well as Executive Club Gold and Silver card holders and oneworld, Emerald and Sapphire members.