Are drinks free in Emirates lounge?
Get a refreshing welcome with a complimentary glass of champagne served as soon as you arrive on board. And it just keeps getting better with a wide selection of cocktails, fine wines and spirits to choose from throughout your flight.
Lounge access is complimentary or discounted for you and your guest depending on your Emirates Skywards membership and class of travel. You can also enjoy paid access to our lounges in Dubai and selected lounges worldwide. Please check your eligibility before visiting our lounges.
Anyone travelling on an Emirates flight can access the Emirates lounges but it is not complimentary for everyone. Those on a Qantas flight (with an EK flight code) are also eligible. Those with Economy Class and Business Class Special tickets have to pay to enter the Emirates lounges.
Make yourself at home
Our Business Class Lounge offers complimentary Wi-Fi and a well-equipped Business Centre so you don't skip a beat at work. Meet new friends in our bar areas or taste your way around the world with our gourmet dining options and exclusive beverages.
But not so on Emirates. The airline instead allows its first class passengers to eat whenever they want and to create their own menu. Food and drink are included with the cost of the ticket, so you don't need to pay extra for them.
Booking The Gallery allows you to enjoy a 4 hour stay and a selection of complimentary food and drinks, free high speed WiFi, large-screen TVs, massage chairs and a comfortable seat away from the terminal crowds before you fly.
Dubai International Airport has opened its biggest sleep pod lounge, located at Emirates' Terminal 3. Open to passengers booked into any cabin class, sleep 'n fly's 575-square-metre lounge can sleep 46 travellers and offers lounge access for many more.
What do lounges offer? Lounges are often filled with complimentary amenities such as premium food and snacks, fully stocked bars, modern shower facilities, fast WiFi, plentiful power outlets and secure business centers.
It certainly varies by lounge, though in general you should expect everything to be free, unless there's a menu with a price. All the best first class lounges in the world offer as much food and as many premium drinks as you'd like at no cost. So you can eat and drink to your heart's content.
Get a refreshing welcome with a complimentary glass of champagne served as soon as you arrive on board. And it just gets better, with a wide selection of cocktails, fine wines and spirits to choose from throughout your flight.
Is there a dress code for Emirates lounge?
We also ask that guests do not wear tracksuits while in the lounge – we appreciate that people like to travel comfortably and so welcome guests to change when departing the lounge. We ask all of our guests to wear smart-casual clothing.