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August 18, 2016
I spent about an hour in the lounge and was able to eat, drink, send a couple of emails and sort through all my papers and reservations for the rest of the trip. It was much nicer than waiting at the gate but really not worth turning up early for. If I’d paid the big bucks for SQ suites, I would certainly view this lounge as a disappointment. Within Terminal 3 alone, there is a better J lounge (the VS clubhouse).
August 13, 2016
Overall this was a superb flight and a wonderful end to the trip. The crew were really attentive and had a great sense of humour. The IFE had a decent selection of films. The food was spectacular and the seat was comfortable too. When VS gets it right it is a fantastic experience.
August 13, 2016
Overall this is a cool, small lounge. The place is very design and service focused, which you'd expect given that these are the two hallmarks of the VS experience. Next time I would show up a little earlier to enjoy a peaceful boarding process. This is not a lounge where you would want to arrive three hours early tough as the space is limited and the place can get very crowded in the lead up to the LHR flght.