Introduction: Whirlwind Trip to Asia
Review: American Airlines (A321) Economy Class Dallas to Charlotte
Review: American Airlines (A320) Economy Class Charlotte to Boston
Review: Holiday Inn Express and Suites – Boston Garden
Review: United Club – Logan International Airport
Review: United Airlines (777-200) Business Class Newark to Beijing
Review: Air China Business Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: BGS Premier Business Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: Singapore Airlines (777-300ER) Business Class Beijing to Singapore
Review: SilverKris Business Class Lounge – Singapore Changi Airport
Review: SilkAir (737-800) Business Class Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
Review: Renaissance Hotel – Kuala Lumpur
Out and About in Kuala Lumpur
Review: Plaza Premium Lounge – Kuala Lumpur
Review: SilkAir (A319) Economy Class Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
Review: JW Marriott Hotel – Singapore South Beach
Review: The Private Room – Singapore Changi Airport
Review: Singapore Airlines (A380-800) Suites Class Singapore to Beijing
Review: Air China First Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: United Airlines (777-300ER) Business Class Beijing to San Francisco
Review: American Express Centurion Lounge – San Francisco International Airport
Review: United Airlines (757-200) First Class San Francisco to Newark
Review: United Airlines Classified Restaurant – Newark Liberty International Airport
Review: Admirals Club – Logan International Airport
After freshening up at the Air China Business Class Lounge, I made the short walk over to the BGS Premier Lounge.
As I entered the lounge, with camera in hand, I was asked for my boarding pass. I presented it and was directed to the business class lounge on the right (the first class lounge was to the left). The agent told me that photos were prohibited.
The lounge had seen better days. The furniture was dated and the carpet needed to be replaced. However, hot food items were offered. That included rice, noodles, stir fried beef, etc. sandwiches and other snacks were available as well. All drinks were self serve, including the spirits and wine that were available. This is another point for BGS because Air China did not offer spirits or wine. I could have missed it, but do not recall it being there.
My stay was short, but before I left, I took the following video:
The BGS Premier Lounge is not that bad. I would gladly use it as a space to get away from the Air China crowd. The lounge needs a huge makeover. I would not hesitate to visit it again.