New 4th Gen Lounge

Plaza Premium Lounge has expanded its network in Canada with the opening a new airport pay-in lounge at the International Departure Hall at Terminal 3 in Toronto Pearson International Airport. The 6,178 sqft lounge is the largest among its sister lounges in Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver in Canada with a seating capacity of approximately 180 guests. Special features signature to the series of “fourth generation concept lounges”, include comfortable lounge chairs, a mother-of-pearl reception counter, New Zealand wool carpets and oval crystal chandeliers, designed by Hong Kong designer Kinney Chan.

The new pay-in lounge concept breaks the conventional mold of how an airport lounge operates. Gone are the days where lounges offered the bare minimum of comfort. At Plaza Premium Lounges, travellers can while away their time in a comfortable environment with first-class service and luxury lounge facilities all tailored to their travelling needs during their airport wait. The food menu has been enhanced to introduce an interactive food experience. Aside from the all-day continental buffet offerings and hot dishes, there is also a noodle bar serving signature beef and squid meat balls with rice noodles in homemade broth.

The beverage menu features a list of hot and cold coffee and tea specialties; beer, wine, spirits and for the first time at the airport, Red Espresso drinks, a range of premium rooibos tea rich in antioxidant and free of caffeine, that is served in the same variations that coffee is made.

Business travellers can also stay connected with high-speed Wi-Fi or take advantage of computer workstations with internet. A meeting room with a seating capacity of six people is also available for business meetings or private gatherings. Advance booking is required for using the meeting room. The lounge comes complete with a shower room with all required amenities, for those who need to reset and refresh at the airport.

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