SAS opens its doors to second city lounge
The new 600 square meter lounge is located at Stockholm Grand Central, approximately 150m from Arlanda Express, and is available free of charge to Gold, Diamond- and Pandion members, plus one guest 24 hours before and after their SAS flight.
Similar to the City Lounge concept at Stureplan, customers will enjoy free WiFi, a reception- and concierge service, open work spaces and telephone rooms, as well as complimentary coffee and tea. Meanwhile meeting and conference rooms are available for rent at a modest fee.
The positive reaction to the first SAS city lounge in Stureplan underlined the growing demand for such services, and how much customers appreciate the exclusive membership-club feeling and the opportunity to do their work when and how it suits them.
Meanwhile the new lounge, just a few steps from the direct train and bus services to Arlanda makes business and leisure travel even more flexible and convenient, and emphasizes SAS’ response to the demands of its key customers.
“We continuously aim to improve our offer to our frequent flyers. Inspired by other membership clubs around the world, we now offer people who fly with us frequently opportunities to meet, work effectively or simply relax in a comfortable environment,” says Stephanie Smitt Lindberg, VP Customer Journey & Loyalty, SAS.
Research has shown that new ways of working are emerging. To bring your office with you is becoming more and more common. Here, in a homely but professional atmosphere, you can either take it easy and relax or make the most of your working day with everything you need to do your job
With 130 seats available, the new lounge will once again be offered in cooperation with SAS partner; No18 Office & Lounge and will be open 9-5 on weekdays.
Commuting or traveling on business is now that bit more comfortable, convenient and luxurious with SAS' City Lounges – you have an even better incentive now to upgrade your SAS status!
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