Moist towel-ette? Check.
Complimentary Internet? Check.
Set to a pallet of black, gray and white, the ANA International Lounge in Japan’s Narita airport is a calm respite from the hustle and bustle of international travel.
Unlike other lounges, when you enter the ANA lounge, calming spa-type music subtly sets the relaxation tone. The lounge is created with low walls similar to upscale office cubes. The walls create “pods” of six to eight chairs and plush couches. From this vantage point, you can head to the bar, or simply sit and watch the airplanes prepare for take off.
The food takes center stage here. H Texas arrived at 8:00am on Thanksgiving Day. Despite the time, there were several choices of wine and local beer on tap. Egg salad sandwiches, rice puffs, rice cakes, and several sweets were available along with Pumpkin and Miso soup.
Other amenities include: International money changing machine, payphone, computers, concierge, and duty free shopping. This lounge helps make International travel a breeze.