The Loft by Brussels Airlines is their flagship lounge at Brussels Airport. Access is granted to Business Class passengers, HON Circle members, Senator members, Star Alliance gold members, or you can purchase access for €25.
After presenting our boarding passes, we were invited to enter.
The lounge features one large room. The lounge was very crowded at the time of the visit, therefore I tried to take pictures quickly, and the quality of some suffered.
There is a desk, apparently sponsored by Microsoft, in which you can borrow a Microsft Surface tablet.
There were a couple of espresso machines.
There was a large open refrigerator of water with bowls of fruit.
There is a circular buffet station which includes salads, fruit, juices, cheese, and deli meat.
On the perimeter there is bread, desserts, olives, and soup.
There is a bar.
The lounge also features showers and four “napboxes”.
There is also a small children’s area. Although the lounge was very crowded throughout the stay, seating was plentiful. Wi-Fi was fairly fast, and I was able to do some work.
The Loft is great place to spend some time before a flight. Food offerings could have been a little better, but this is an enjoyable lounge to spend some time.