QF118 lounge access at Hong Kong

By Jamesflyer | Jan 17, 2018, 11:16 AM
Hi all,

I am flying QF118 to Sydney, with oneworld sapphire status. Should I visit the Pier business, qantas or both lounges. I will be at HKG for 3 hours

Regards,
James
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By sanj747 | Jan 17, 2018, 11:50 AM
James I would try both. I suggest go to the Pier first and then the Qantas lounge as the gates for the Qantas flights are mostly close to the Qantas lounge near gate 15.
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By ChrisCh | Jan 17, 2018, 12:46 PM
If you happen to have an AMEX Platinum Charge Card, do also consider the new AMEX Centurion Lounge in Hong Kong, which is quite a nice space. :)
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By Jamesflyer | Jan 17, 2018, 01:30 PM
Is it worth visiting the Wing business class lounge?
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By highflyer | Jan 17, 2018, 02:24 PM
James I would try both. I suggest go to the Pier first and then the Qantas lounge as the gates for the Qantas flights are mostly close to the Qantas lounge near gate 15.

Unfortunately Sapphire won't get him into the Pier First lounge. Only the business lounge.
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By silentiger86 | Jan 17, 2018, 03:23 PM
James I would try both. I suggest go to the Pier first and then the Qantas lounge as the gates for the Qantas flights are mostly close to the Qantas lounge near gate 15.

Unfortunately Sapphire won't get him into the Pier First lounge. Only the business lounge.

He meant go to the Pier first (chronology), rather than Pier First!
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By Briggo | Jan 17, 2018, 04:08 PM
Why not try the new CX Deck lounge next to QF -- must be open any day now -- hoping to try it next Thu also back on 118+

https://www.ausbt.com.au/cathay-pacific-s-new-hong-kong-lounge-the-deck-opens-january-2018
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By Robertybob | Jan 17, 2018, 04:27 PM
If you're travelling with dependent children then the Qantas HK option comes into its own. Qantas will let them all in under 18 years without needing a guest pass. Cathay needs a guest pass for each child unless they are travelling in J.
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By ozmille | Jan 17, 2018, 04:37 PM

If you're travelling with dependent children then the Qantas HK option comes into its own. Qantas will let them all in under 18 years without needing a guest pass. Cathay needs a guest pass for each child unless they are travelling in J.


this will cause me some issues next year, travelling J with an infant I can take in my wife (only Gold) and Infant into the F lounges in HKG but as of November the son will be 2 so we'll have to go to the J lounges. Has anybody had any luck with getting a guest and a just 2 year old in the F lounge in HKG?
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By CBR boy | Jan 18, 2018, 10:35 AM
Is it worth visiting the Wing business class lounge?

Yes, it's excellent.
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By sanj747 | Jan 18, 2018, 02:34 PM
James I would try both. I suggest go to the Pier first and then the Qantas lounge as the gates for the Qantas flights are mostly close to the Qantas lounge near gate 15.

Unfortunately Sapphire won't get him into the Pier First lounge. Only the business lounge.

He meant go to the Pier first (chronology), rather than Pier First!

Thanks @Silentiger86. that was exactly what I meant.
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By flyingdr | Jan 19, 2018, 08:08 AM
I was very disappointed with the Qantas HKG lounge. An overly bright, claustrophobic space with poor food and drink. Everyone looked sad.
In contrast, the Cathay lounges are warm, comforting spaces with a huge variety of offerings. People look relaxed.
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By David | Jan 19, 2018, 01:28 PM

Is it worth visiting the Wing business class lounge?


It's closer to the Qantas lounge and Qantas gates but The Wing doesn't do much for me, I'd more strongly suggest you skip The Wing and head straight to The Pier, which is a much nicer lounge in every respect.
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By moa999 | Jan 20, 2018, 07:24 PM
I was very disappointed with the Qantas HKG lounge. An overly bright, claustrophobic space with poor food and drink.

Not sure what lounge you went to but the QF Lounge is mostly open and could hardly be called claustrophobic
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By flyingdr | Jan 22, 2018, 05:35 PM
I was very disappointed with the Qantas HKG lounge. An overly bright, claustrophobic space with poor food and drink.

Not sure what lounge you went to but the QF Lounge is mostly open and could hardly be called claustrophobic

Yes it is open but it is long and narrow. Also quite full before evening departures.
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