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Eva Airlines Infinity Lounge – Taipei
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Upon returning from a quick jaunt into the city during our nine hour layover, which did not include much since the Shilin night market was closing down upon our arrival other than a very good foot massage, we headed to the Eva Airlines check-in counter to try and find out more information about my watch.
The check-in agent informed me that I could retrieve my watch at the gate.
We initially headed to The Garden Lounge, but the front desk agent recommended that the Eva Airlines Infinity Lounge was actually a better lounge.
After walking the additional 100 feet, we presented our lounge invitations and were welcomed in. After a long flight from Los Angeles and a night out, I wanted to freshen up a bit and took advantage of the shower rooms.
The lounge contains plenty of seating with several different seating areas.
The shower room was spacious and functional. It had all of your basic needs including plenty of towels, toothbrush and toothpaste, comb, hair dryer, razor, and grooming amenities.
There was even a fancy Japanese toilet with heated seat.
The water pressure was on the low side, and the tile floor did get slippery after using shampoo and/or soap.
There were several hot options for breakfast including eggs, sausage, bacon, noodles, dim sum, congee and oatmeal. There was also cereal, breads, muffins, pastries, fruit, cookies, salad, donuts and vegetables. There were also several types of juices, and canned drinks.
Maybe best of all is the self-serve ice cream station for breakfast.
The Infinity lounge is perfectly functional, and very convenient if needing to take a shower during your layover. The food was edible but nothing really stood out, except for the ice cream of course.