Unlike ANA’s recent lounge in Narita Airport, this Suite Lounge is a bit more luxurious and exclusive feeling. The ANA Suite Lounge features minimal yet beautiful wooden decor, ambient lighting, dark grey marble floors, stone grove and wooden orchard, offering passengers a relaxing escape while waiting for their flight. The true essence of Japan’s modernity and traditionalism is elegantly represented inside this new lounge, thanks to Kengo Kuma, a world-renowned Japanese architect who designed this lounge as well as a few other ANA lounges.
The ANA Suite Lounge can accommodate up to 360 travelers who can spread out across two floors, one of which is the ground floor where the LIVE Kitchen and dining area are located. In the LIVE Kitchen, a chef will make food right as the order is placed. Passengers can select from fresh sushi, beefsteak, marinated herring, tempura, traditional Japanese stew and more. Passengers can also eat from the noodle bar or order from the a la carte menu if they so wish. There are plenty of seats and tables to spread out in the dining area as well, with elevated tables and comfortable single chairs.
The top floor of the ANA Suite Lounge is where the entrance, bar and resting area can be found. Passengers can utilize one of the six semi-enclosed suites equipped with beds and loungers to catch some shuteye in the relaxation zone, grab a magazine or work on some last-minute projects in one of the booths next to those suites, or grab a drink at the bar, which also serves as a cafe in the morning.
Regardless of where one may end up in the ANA Suite Lounge, the calm and spacious atmosphere will certainly help relieve any stress for a restful long or short-haul flight.
For a full tour of what the lounge looks like, check out ANA’s official lounge page here.