September 16, 2012 Moscow Russia

Aeroflot Moscow's Airport: The Jazz Lounge

0 out of 5 based on 1 professional review.

RATING:0/100

Welcoming: 0/5

Food Temperature: 0/10

Ambiance / Music: 0/10

Menu Choice: 0/5

Food Taste: 0/30

Architecture / Interior: 0/10

Food presentation: 0/10

Service: 0/10

Value for money: Soon

Amazing! A beautiful lounge that should be featured in the design section.

The Jazz lounge is a piece of design wonder which acts as a relaxing therapeutic session before any trip. The details are so nice and perfectly finished. Imagine the place: A dimmed blue and pink ambiance with its green yellow and blue led ceiling lights, a couple of LCD TVs, two self service bars as well as two rows of computers for workaholics. And what caught my attention is the television installed in a closed corner in front of Mercedes-Benz relaxing chairs where sleeping is more pleasant than at home. It reminded me of the VIP cinema we have back home. Enjoy the Mercedes booth and brochures, it might become your next toy.

The food is diversified covering many kinds of sandwiches and all kinds of soft drinks and alcoholic ones alike. Dessert is taken into consideration with the sweet pastry bites awaiting the hungry travelers crunch. Enjoy a Russian biscuit and bagels corner; that is nice. Everything is acceptable but not the lack of ice. There is no ice to enjoy a cold soft drink!? Next to each chair is an electrical plug which guarantees a continuously charged computer for surfing the Internet at the fast speed they are offering free of charge.

Yes indeed, one of the most beautiful lounges I've experienced, it looks tiny compared to the Lebanese one, small yet effective and perfectly designed for privacy without being claustrophobic like the Fiumicino terminal G one. While in Moscow, make sure to pass-by even if it's for a quick look. It's something to see really. A picture is worth a thousand words: Enjoy them as much as I did while shooting each image.




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