FIRST CLASS LOUNGE AT DUBAI AIRPORT
The Emirates First Class lounge at Dubai Airport is one of the most spacious, unique and innovative lounges in the world. In fact’s, it’s more of an ultra-luxe concourse floating above the terminal’s ground floor rather than a defined space like you find in other First Class lounges around the world. The lounge is enormous as it spreads the entire length of the terminal, offering direct access to most gates with multi-level boarding. The First Class lounge features several seating areas (each one with its own food station), a spa facility (with complimentary treatments), a restaurant a business center, a stylish decorated cigar room, a wine cellar, and two sleeping rooms (each featuring a dozens of day beds)
COMPLIMENTARY CHAUFFEUR-DRIVEN AIRPORT TRANSFERS
One of the great perks about flying First Class with Emirates is the complimentary chauffeur-driven airport transfers. The carrier whisks you to and from the airport at both ends of your journey. Chauffeur-drive must be requested online, up to 48 hours prior to your flight. Within the United Arab Emirates (home base of Emirates), the chauffeur-drive services are provided in a fleet of BMW and Mercedes cars with free in-car Wi-Fi, so you can catch up on emails, browse your social feeds or send a message on route to your final destination.
ONBOARD LOUNGE & BAR
The onboard lounge on the upper deck of Emirates’ A380 aircraft is hugely popular with its First and Business Class passengers, and has become an iconic feature of the airline’s A380 offering. Particularly on long-haul flights, it’s great to stretch your legs and mingle in the relaxed, yet classy lounge area. The lounge features a horseshoe-shaped bar with seating arrangement along the windows on both sides of the bar. Inspired by private yacht cabins, each seating area has a table and window view, accented by a glossy dark wood trim.
One of the Emirates A380 most talked about features is the onboard shower in its First Class cabin. There are two showers (with heated floors!) at the front of the A380 upper deck, each one of them located in one of the two spacious First Class lavatories. It’s quite surreal indeed to indulge in a refreshing and rejuvenating shower at 40,000 ft, using Bulgari toiletries and Timeless Spa products. As a First Class passenger, you can shower once per flight, getting five minutes of water
Emirates new B777 First Class cabin features 6 suites, two on each side of the windows and two on the middle. To ensure all First Class customers have a view, Emirates introduced the industry’s first virtual windows for suites located in the middle aisle. These virtual windows project the view from outside the aircraft using real-time technology with fibre-optic cameras. In the other suites, binoculars are available for customers who want to explore the sky outside their windows.