The Swiss Senator Lounge is smaller than the lounge in Vienna. After showing my Star Alliance Gold card, our boarding passes were scanned and we were invited in.
We had a quick layover in Geneva, so I just wanted to take a quick peek at the lounge.
Upon entering the lounge, there is an ice cream freezer that immediately greets you.
There is a small buffet set-up. The offerings included chicken, rice, vegetables, fresh fruit, desserts, bread, and salad.
There was a coffee machine as well.
Drinks were merely displayed on a counter, as there was no fridge to keep drinks cold.
Seating consisted of leather chairs spaced evenly throughout the small space.
The food options looked pretty decent for such a small lounge.
I wouldn’t mind spending a little time here during a layover or before flights, but it certainly isn’t a lounge you want to spend inordinate amounts of time in.
The Wi-Fi was pretty fast, which is always a plus.