A Curve card is a traveller’s best friend. That’s a fact. Just look at the bags of benefits it gives you. Even with the entry level Curve Blue card you get first class FX rates. If you upgrade to Black or Metal, then a world of new benefits open up to you. Travel insurance? Check. Gadget insurance? Check. With Metal though, you get the most extensive benefits including LoungeKey access which lets you access hundreds of airport lounges across the globe at an incredible rate of only £20 (€24) per person. 🥂
Start your holiday properly. In style. In the zone. And relaxing in a beautiful lounge made for you to indulge in pure comfort. Take a look at some incredible airport lounges that LoungeKey allows you to access. And don’t forget to share your amazing experiences with your Curve card with us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter using #CurveExperiences
Ahlein Premium Lounge, Beirut Lebanon
Fitting for a country that houses a temple to Bacchus, the Greek god of winemaking, wine and ecstasy, the Ahlein Premium lounge in Beirut is known for its modern design. The lounge also has a children’s play area, dedicated quiet room, cigar lounge, prayer room, massage chairs and nail station.
Primeclass Business Lounge, Riga Latvia
Riga has the largest collection of art nouveau buildings in the world and is full of creative quarters, so if you need a place to recharge after a major art admiring binge, then head to the the Primeclass Business Lounge. There’s also a children’s play area, smoking room, private suites, a conference room and shower facilities.
Primeclass Lounge, Muscat, Oman
Truly a class act, the Primeclass Lounge in Muscat is full of areas and zones for relaxing, for family, for playing games, for smoking and for children to play in (separately). There’s also complimentary luggage storage and complimentary bedrooms plus conference facilities and a cinema. The best part? It looks like an Arabian dream come true.
Eventyr Lounge, Copenhagen Denmark
Denmark is considered one of the most environmentally friendly cities in the world, so why not enjoy a 180 degrees panoramic view from the magnific Øresund, possibly the best way to start or finish your holiday. The Eventyr lounge also includes complimentary iPads and massage chairs which probably shouldn’t be used at the same time in case of any accidental droppage that may occur.
Primeclass Lounge, Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich is the home of the Dada movement but there’s nothing nonsensical about this Primeclass Lounge. Shower facilities, storage lockers, a prayer room and an outdoor viewing deck means you can lounge about listening to any yodelling that may or may not be occurring in the distance.
Luton Clubrooms, London United Kingdom
Located in Southeast England and probably the most lavish place on this list, Luton Clubrooms is a luxurious, dusk coloured airport lounge with hosted table services and some fine à la carte dining. Clubrooms also boasts an extensive wine list and champagne packages.
Ambaar Lounge, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Belo Horizonte is the sixth largest city in Brazil and is known as the Brazillian capital of bars, but if you’re tired of crawling why not have a premium alcoholic drink at the cosy Ambaar Lounge? Shower and conference facilities plus computer workstations mean all your needs will be taken care of.
There you have it. Some incredible airport lounges to er, lounge about in before your next trip. Just one of the awesome benefits that having a Curve card gives to you to make your travels even better. If you need more info about how LoungeKey works with your Curve card, check out our guide to get started ✈️