ANA Shower Room – Haneda Airport

Following my long layover in which I was able to explore Kamakura a little, I was looking forward to taking a shower before my flight.

I have previously reviewed the ANA Business Lounge at Haneda Airport, so this review will just focus on the shower room.

After providing my Star Alliance Gold card, I inquired about the shower rooms. I was given a pager and told that the wait was about 45 minutes. This was a lot longer than I was expecting, and since I didn’t have that much time in the lounge was wondering if I would even have time to take a shower if called before my flight started boarding.

Luckily the pager went off with about 20 minutes to spare before my flight started boarding.

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Corridor

I was led to my shower room by an attendant who was very nice and helpful. The corridor is neat and well maintained with sleek black walls.

The shower room itself is perhaps a little larger than most business class lounges, but not as big or opulent as some lounges out there, such as the Lufthansa First Class Terminal or the Cathay Pacific First Class lounge.

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Shower & Toilet

The shower itself is on the larger side, and thankfully bigger than a phone booth. There is a Japanese style toilet.

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Counter Space

The sink has a decent amount of counter space.

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Amenities

There are amenities by Shiesedo, and come with just about everything you can imagine.

The shower rooms are impeccably clean, and are the perfect way to freshen up before a long flight.

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Star Alliance Business Class Lounge LAX

Introduction
Star Alliance Business Class Lounge LAX
Eva Airlines Business Class LAX-TPE
Eva Airlines Infinity Lounge – Taipei
Eva Airlines Business Class TPE-SIN
Grand Hyatt Singapore
Ayam Penyet Ria Restaurant
Newton Hawker Center
People’s Park Hawker Center
Paradise Dynasty
Por Kee Eating House
Rainforest Airport Lounge
Cathay Pacific Business Class SIN-HKG
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Towers
Jalan Aloor
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Victoria Peak
Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui
The Big Buddha
Ferry – Kowloon to Macau
Grand Hyatt Macau
Din Tai Fung – Macau
Old Town Macau
Restaurante Litoral
A Lorche Restaurant
Ferry – Macau to Kowloon
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
The Bridge Cathay Pacific Lounge – Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific Business Class HKG-BKK
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
Ban Khun Mae
Thai Royal Orchid Lounge – Bangkok
Asiana Airlines Business Class BKK-ICN
Gwang Yang Korean BBQ Restaurant – Seoul
Asiana Business Class Lounge – Seoul
Asiana Airlines Business Class ICN-LAX

The Star Alliance Business Class Lounge at LAX is located on the sixth floor of the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

Upon showing our boarding pass we were quickly let into the lounge.

There is a front desk located right at the entrance of the lounge with three attendants to help show you around or answer any questions.

There is plenty of seating within the lounge, with different type of seating arrangements to help demarcate different areas of the lounge.

Outdoor Patio
Outdoor Patio
Outdoor Patio
Outdoor Patio

There is also an outside patio with plenty of seating as well as a bar area, however this was not in use during my visit. The patio is open so any rain would detract from the area.

Wine Rack
Wine Rack

Upon entering the buffet area this is an impressive wine rack displayed through a glass case.

Buffet Spread
Buffet Spread
Buffet Spread
Buffet Spread
Buffet Spread
Buffet Spread
Buffet Spread
Buffet Spread

The food selection was nothing too impressive but many times better than what one would find in a domestic lounge with a salad, wraps, sandwiches, cheese and crackers, chips, whole fruit, fruit salad, soup, roasted potatoes, and a chicken curry with rice dish. Dessert choices included cookies and eclairs. There is also a noodle bar with the dining area.

Shower Suites
Shower Suites
Shower Suite
Shower Suite
Shower Suite
Shower Suite

The lounge has six shower suites which are nicely decorated and fairly spacious. After taking a shower I didn’t notice that I did not have my watch with me and left it in the shower suite.

It wasn’t until we had boarded the plane and was ready for pushback that I noticed that my watch was missing.

The Star Alliance Business Class Lounge is an impressive space with plenty of comfortable seating, fast wi-fi, decent food, an outdoor patio and spacious shower suites.

I look forward to my next trip to the lounge, and hopefully can manage to hold onto all of my belongings.