Eurostar introduces brand new premier lounge in Brussels

Today, the Eurostar reopens their Brussels Business Premier Lounge with a whole new look following 2 months of restoration, in the newest phase of their extensive program of station advances to heighten the passenger experience.
The brand new lounge has an elegant and sleek design to make a airy and light ambience along with regions work, catch up with people or to just unwind and relax. Now open to Business Premier passengers as well as the Eurostar Frequent Traveller carte blanche holders, the brand new features would include digital screens as well as iPads across the room would keep passengers up to date along with travel info, news as well as weather information and updates on their destinations and trains.
Also include in the brand new lounge is appease perimeter lighting that would subtly alter throughout the day to offer the lulling effect of the natural light. An easy to link to wi-fi solution as well as power as well as USB sockets would also be put up at each seat.
Everything which guests had enjoyed from before, including a huge selection of magazines and newspapers, fully stocked bar as well as a devoted reception desk to help with taxi bookings or reservations at a place would also remain.
Eurostar commercial director Nick Mercer stated that they are committed to improving their customers’ business experience along with an unseamed journey on both their core as well as connecting routes, and the brand new Brussels business lounge is an important part of this.

Today, the Eurostar reopens their Brussels Business Premier Lounge with a whole new look following 2 months of restoration, in the newest phase of their extensive program of station advances to heighten the passenger experience.

The brand new lounge has an elegant and sleek design to make a airy and light ambience along with regions work, catch up with people or to just unwind and relax. Now open to Business Premier passengers as well as the Eurostar Frequent Traveller carte blanche holders, the brand new features would include digital screens as well as iPads across the room would keep passengers up to date along with travel info, news as well as weather information and updates on their destinations and trains.

Also include in the brand new lounge is appease perimeter lighting that would subtly alter throughout the day to offer the lulling effect of the natural light. An easy to link to wi-fi solution as well as power as well as USB sockets would also be put up at each seat.

Everything which guests had enjoyed from before, including a huge selection of magazines and newspapers, fully stocked bar as well as a devoted reception desk to help with taxi bookings or reservations at a place would also remain.

Eurostar commercial director Nick Mercer stated that they are committed to improving their customers’ business experience along with an unseamed journey on both their core as well as connecting routes, and the brand new Brussels business lounge is an important part of this.