British Airways has been opening up and refreshing their lounges all over the world this year, including the ones in Johannesburg and JFK. More recently, the airline has refurbished its lounge in Geneva Airport, which embodies the airline’s classic colors of blue, taupe, gold and lots of wood for an airy, open feel—a new concept that was introduced last year.

Spanning across 3,520 square feet of space, the British Airways Geneva lounge is part of an $8.4 billion USD investment to upgrade its lounges around the world as well as the seats across their fleet. And with this newest lounge, you are able to enjoy the benefits of sitting in business class while traveling through Geneva Airport.

British Airways Geneva Lounge bar

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The warm and welcoming British Airways Geneva lounge offers dedicated spaces for eating, relaxing, working and socializing, with a bar in the center of it all. Choose from delectable wine, bubbly drinks like Prosseco and beer, or have the bartender put together something unique using your go-to liquor choices. And if you’re looking for something non-alcoholic, there’s plenty of that too, including a self-serve espresso machine for an extra caffeine boost.

British Airways Geneva Lounge dining

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Separate from the bar is a beer room, serving beer on tap as well as other drinks. British Airways has partnered with Brewdog, a Scottish-based brewing company, to offer the airline’s customers two specific beers including BrewDog Punk IPA and Indie Pale Ale. The beer room is designed like a bar for socializing and enjoy each other’s company.

British Airways Geneva Lounge seating

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If you’re looking for a place to read, sit or work outside of the social spaces, head over to one of the chairs or mini-loveseats around the lounge. There’s plenty of room to sit—find what works for you!

British Airways Geneva Lounge seating area

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The seating areas have been sectioned off by walls to allow for more privacy without the space feeling too confined. Each zone features dedicated lighting—some brighter than others depending on the time of day—as well as curated music to help you feel at ease regardless of what you’re doing. British Airways understands the importance of staying connected, which is why the lounge is equipped with plenty of outlets throughout as well as a strong WiFi connection.

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Right behind check-in is the dining area with both table and chair seating as well as a few wall-facing options if you want a little more privacy. The dining area offers both hot options such as grilled paninis, soup and a few other hot dishes as well as cold options like cheese, fruit and sweets. The British Airways Geneva lounge also has another secluded, more formal dining space equipped with power outlets.

The newly upgraded British Airways Geneva lounge is a breath of fresh air and invites business class passengers, Executive Club Gold and Silver cardholders, or those with an Emerald or Sapphire oneworld status between the hours of 6am to 10:30pm to relax, eat and recharge before the next flight.