The Best of Cathay Pacific’s Lounges in Hong Kong

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Details of All 5 of Cathay Pacific’s Lounges

First Class, Business Class, and Marco Polo Club Members have the privilege and pleasure of enjoying the 5 different Cathay Pacific lounges at the Hong Kong International Airport. Typically, you will go to the lounge closest to your boarding gate. If you have extra time before your flight, consider walking over to the best of the lounges.

Coffee Cathay Pacific Louge
A much-needed pick-me-up with this beautiful cup of cafe latte at the Coffee Loft in The Wing lounge. At the lounges, you can have your caffeine boost, relax with a glass of champagne, or hydrate with a bottle of water

 

The Lounges

The Wing, near gates 1-4
– Open from 5:30am until the last departure
– With an exclusive First Class lounge
– Noodle Bar (for wonton noodle soup, dan dan noodles, and more)
– Long Bar (with a full bar of high-quality drinks)
– Coffee Loft (for coffee and pastries)
– Showers
– Workstations

The Cabin, near gate 23
– Open from 5:30am until 00:30am
– Health Bar (for salads and fresh juices)
– Deli (for light bites)
– Workstations

The Bridge, near gate 35
– Open from 5:30am until 00:30am
– Bistro (a small spread of hot and cold foods)
– Long Bar
– Coffee Loft
– Showers
– Workstations

The Pier, near gate 65
– Open from 5:30am until 00:30am
– With an exclusive First Class lounge
– Noodle Bar
– Teahouse (with high-quality loose leaf teas and Chinese desserts)
– Food Hall (a full buffet spread of Western cuisine)
– Coffee Cart
– Showers
– Workstations
– Relaxation Room (private lounge room for long layovers)

The Arrival, between terminals 1 & 2
– Open from 5:00am until 00:00am
– Showers
– Buffet Counter
– Workstations

 

The Best Cathay Pacific Lounge – The Pier

Of the 5 lounges in Hong Kong International Airport, The Pier is the best because of the size, facilities, and offerings within the lounge. The other lounges fill up fast, leaving it difficult to find an area with plenty of personal space.

At The Pier, head straight down to the Teahouse where, for now, sits the least number of people. And, unlike the other lounges, there is a Relaxation Room with private loungers for a layover power nap.

The Pier Cathay Pacific Lounge
The entrance of The Pier near Gate 65. If you have a long layover, it is worth the walk to enjoy this lounge. But, give yourself extra time to head to your departure gate as the gate trains only go one way, leaving you to walk back towards the lower-numbered gates
The Pier Cathay Pacific Lounge
The Pier has the most facilities of the lounges, including a Teahouse and Relaxation Room. As soon as you walk into The Pier, you will find yourself in the Food Hall and the Coffee Cart. Then walk all the way down to see the impressive floor plan of facilities

 

Food Stations at The Pier

Not only does The Pier have the most number of facilities, it also has the best food offerings – adding to the reasons why this is the best lounge at the airport.

The Pier Cathay Pacific Hong Kong
Food Hall. As soon as you enter The Pier you will instantly be ready to eat, starting here at the Food Hall with its complete buffet spread, from salads to tarts and pizzas to roasts and stews. You will surely find something to eat to satisfy your layover hunger
The Pier Cathay Pacific Hong Kong
Be sure to get the Bacon Tart and the Portuguese Egg Tart – 2 of the best items in the Food Hall. The food is constantly cooked, baked, and replenished throughout the day, ensuring fresh, hot food for the first class, business class, and Marco Polo club passengers
The Pier Cathay Pacific Hong Kong
Long Bar. There’s nothing like a drink to relax before a flight. At the Long Bar, you can enjoy champagne, wines, hard liquor, cocktails, coffee, juices, and more. The bartenders are ready to pour your drinks
The Pier Cathay Pacific Hong Kong
Noodle Bar. The highlight of the lounges is the Noodle Bar for the won ton noodle soup and dan dan noodles. From my recent travels, the best the wonton noodle soups are from the Hong Kong lounges. Manila’s is decent, and San Francisco’s is not worth the calories
The Pier Cathay Pacific Hong Kong
Dan Dan Noodles, Fried Chicken, and Dim Sum. The lounge is the best place for one last Chinese bite(s) before leaving Hong Kong. I always grab 2 bowls of noodles (the wonton noodle soup and the dan dan noodles) for one last calorie splurge before the flight

 

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