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FIRST CLASS AIRPORT LOUNGE CRAWL - Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Air Canada & United

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Please subscribe to TrekTrendy TV : http://bit.ly/1WNqym8 So I decided to do something which I don't think has been done before, like a bar crawl but instead, airport 1st class lounges, all in one afternoon! After arriving at London Heathrow and fast tracking security through the dedicated First class / Gold status channel, I started off in the Lufthansa Business class lounge. If you're flying first or hold gold status you can access the coveted Senator first class lounge which of course was my next stop. You basically get given a barcode which you scan to gain access. Both lounges were quite busy, contained some great alcohol selections, as well as some good main courses and tasty deserts. Although due to the amount of people in the lounge I didn't stick around too long. I then walked 10 minutes over to satellite terminal B which contained the other lounges I was set to visit. Now I headed into the Air Canada maple leaf lounge, which was really quiet. It had a decent manned bar (although no one in attendance when I was present) with some good spirit and wine options. The food was good but I only tried some nachos whilst there. The main point which stood out to me was the bed areas, for those with long layovers, which I thought was really useful. Thirdly I headed over to the lounge opposite, which was the Singapore airlines lounge and the winner of this lounge crawl. This lounge is stunning and one of the best I've been in, worldwide. The food section was great and honestly restaurant standard. In my opinion only to be outdone by the Virgin Upper Class lounge in LHR T3. I had a great Singapore sling cocktail, as well as some butter chicken, spring rolls and a chocolate brownie to finish 5/5 SIA :) Finally the United Airlines lounge which features the largest bar at Heathrow. There were a few nice areas including the relatively extensive food section but sadly not a contender for the Singapore lounge. However I will say that this wins the best bar, and there were some great cocktails on offer but I opted for a refreshing glass of Champagne to conclude my crawl! Hope this has been useful to you all, and give the video a thumbs up if you've found it interesting and a subscribe to see more! Happy travels guys :) ----- Images ----- Thanks to Lufthansa, Air Canada, Singapore Airlines and United Airlines for the photos i've used in my introduction and for their awesome lounges at LHR! ----- Background music ----- Rock Angel by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/K8eRXvLL7Wo
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Text Comments (16)
EllathePug (1 year ago)
I fucking hate loud lounges.
Trek Trendy (1 year ago)
Couldn't agree with you more, personally I much rather the Virgin Atlantic clubhouse at LHR. Saying that the Singapore lounge has some secluded areas which were private and quiet.
Hishram Cifford (2 years ago)
I just stumbled across your videos and i'm now a subscriber. I really like how you put together your videos! Thank you for uploading! What camera are you using for your videos?
Trek Trendy (1 year ago)
Thanks :) - currently only a GoPro but looking to upgrade. The issue which i'm sure you can appreciate in the video is the sound quality coming from the GoPro which isnt the best.
Myles Chykerda (2 years ago)
Just one note on your terminology - none of the lounges you visited are truly "First Class" products. Lufthansa has the two tiers in LHR, Business and Senator, but their First Class product is restricted to certain German hubs.  Only PAX on a full first class ticket can access these lounges (ie. the 8 seats up front on the A380). Air Canada does not operate any First Class lounges - all Maple Leaf lounges are full access to business class passengers and *A gold, same deal with SilverKris. United has a nice lounge at LHR, but within the lounge is the Global First area, which only First Class PAX have access to (no biz or *A Gold)
Oliver B (1 year ago)
correct, not a single F lounge in this video. The SQ F lounge, for instance, is a separate area within the lounge with an a-la-carte dining menu and has a much quieter ambience than the J area.
STAR ALLIANCE FLYER (2 years ago)
You moved too fast, more details needed on food
STAR ALLIANCE FLYER (2 years ago)
that 's great, um really wanna be in LHR one say since i am star gold as well. Once again, chck out my channel if you like it\:)
Trek Trendy (2 years ago)
Thanks for watching :) - And point noted, partly due to my time limitations in the lounges but will make sure to spend some more time on food in future. I've got a review of the Turkish Istanbul lounge going up soon which has a much more indepth look at all elements of the experience.
Vincent Vermeer (2 years ago)
If you like this lounge you should experience the lounges they have in Hong Kong and Singapore...
theHilariousGales (2 years ago)
I always wondered what was inside the haute taute lounges in airports! Looks like I've been missing out on some tasty foods! Thanks for sharing!
Trek Trendy (2 years ago)
Thank you and no problem, more on it's way :)
okaytwd (2 years ago)
I also subscribed!
okaytwd (2 years ago)
Awesome video! Thanks for taking your time to do this!
Apple UK (1 year ago)
okaytwd Casey neinstat music
Trek Trendy (2 years ago)
Thanks Jerrick, I'm glad you enjoyed my video it was great fun to produce! Plenty more on it's way from the likes of Switzerland, Turkey and Oman :)

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