We all know that flying in first or business class has its perks, including pre-flight access to some of the best airport lounges in the world. But this is not the case with a new VIP lounge that recently opened at Frankfurt airport (in the B transit zone), which only grants access to those who are willing to pay for it, regardless of the airline or cabin class you’re flying. And that price tag doesn’t come cheap.

Depending on the type of suite you want to spend the next few hours in, you can expect to pay anywhere between $350 to $1,600 for four hours. Choose from eight different private suites with private bathrooms for yourself, or if you have a guest you can book a room for just the two of you. Have a larger group? Then make sure to book the Royal Suite for all of you to enjoy yourselves before you embark on your journey.

VIP Frankfurt airport lounge

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This 14,000 square foot lounge offers you a cigar lounge, a bar with plenty of high-end wines and liquors, a personal VIP agent that will meet all your needs, and palatable food and non-alcoholic beverages. There’s also a game lounge where you can play video games, pinball or even foosball. And since you get very personalized service, you can pretty much request almost anything you can think of—homemade soup? Or, how about some camel’s milk? If you need to do some shopping beforehand, you can have a personal shopping assistant as well to do all the dirty work for you while you sit back, relax and wait for your upcoming flight.

VIP Frankfurt Private Lounge

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In addition to all the amenities above, each package comes with a limousine chauffeur service that drives you and your guests right up to the airplane “for maximum discretion”. Because we all want to make sure no one sees us ;).

Frankfurt VIP lounge

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The lounge offers your four different packages: Carat (basic), Color, Clarity, and Cut (the most expensive option). And if you need some amenities and not others, the lounge allows you to choose from an a la carte amenities menu, in case you want a personal shopper, or even an export or import clearance by a customs officer.

In comparison to other lounges, this one goes above and beyond to make sure your comfort and needs are met. And as long as you’re willing to fork up several hundred (or even a thousand or more) dollars, then you can be sure to enjoy all the luxuries that come with being a VIP.