December 26, 2015 Germany Europe

Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge at Frankfurt Airport

Non-smokers friendly

Neat and relaxing are two words I would use to describe my experience in this unique lounge - Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge at Frankfurt Airport. Welcome to the new Air Canada Maple Leaf lounge in Frankfurt's Terminal 1, Departure Area B.
This incredibly stylish and comfortable space is inspired by the guest experience at world-class luxury hotels.
Conceived with a distinct Canadian flavour, it caters to the every need of the busy and sophisticated traveller.

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Light wood cover the entrance leading up to the main area where coffee and food are served. You will also find two islands of food, enough to fill you up for lunch or dinner. Located at Terminal B of Frankfurt's airport, this is definitely a lounge I like.

The Maple Leaf lounge holds the colors of Canada: Touch of red spirit as well as wood and orange flair reflecting autumn in Canada. The space is divided into two private rooms centered by glass sculptures painted in orange as well as long alleys with red leather chairs. The space also carries a phone-free area with headphones and sleeping sofas.

Why a view on the Tarmac, you will have fun.

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On the menu today is a selection of viennoiseries, ham sandwiches, six sauces, tomato and mozzarella salad, a salad bar and fruit bar. 

  • Cereals and chips
  • Chocolate cookies
  • Roast potatoes
  • Chicken bulgogi
  • Penne pasta
  • Grilled vegetables
  • Minestrone soup
  • Pichrlsteiner hot pot
  • Croissants and bread

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The lounge also has showers and a business center. It is one of the most beautiful lounges I've been to. Check the out the pictures.

If you're traveling onboard Middle East Airlines or Air Canada via Frankfurt, you now know what to expect.

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