What club does LH use in SEA?

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  1. Punki
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    So, what club does LH use in SEA? What's it like?
     
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    British Airways lounge. Nothing spectacular, however better than the alternatives.
     
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    That's interesting. The last time I flew BA out of Seattle, they (BA) used the Northwest Club. It must have been in 1999. :)
     
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    Was just in this lounge a could weeks ago. They have a nice little area for first class which is doored from the rest of the lounge. There is no booze in it, but there was steady enough service that I was able to consume about 5-6 glasses of wine in an hour. Don't know what the rest of the lounge is like as I didn't mingle with the riff raff.
     
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    Sounds fairly missable. I have a few hours in Seattle on a layover soon before my FRA flight, so I'll probably jump on the light rail into town just to escape the airport. First time in LH F in a couple of years, so looking forward to it.
     
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    LH departs from the S gates, far from other *A airlines. They use the BA lounge, which, as others have pointed out, is nothing to write home about. It's on the roof of the terminal so it's bright (unlike other SEA lounges which are windowless) but the food selection is quite sad for an international lounge. The bathroom and showers are nice, however. FWIW Delta is building a two story Sky Club nearby which has the potential to be nicer than the BA lounge.
     
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    Delta is rebuilding the old Northwest club I think- which was quite nice actually. BA lounge is OK- serves its purpose. However if ducster has a few hours in Seattle, I would definitely agree going into town is much more interesting.
     
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    If iI remember correct, LH also used the BA-lounge even in the times SK had a "lounge" in a dungeon by the south-gate (say more about the ex-SK-loung than the BA-lounge).

    The BA-loung can be crowded around BA-departure-times, at least it was when they had two eveningflights. Good thing is that it is very close to the gates.
     

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