As a major airport for Air France and easyJet it is not surprising Nice Airport in the Cote D'Azur can get rather busy at times. Enjoy private access to the lounge facilities, away from the bustling terminal. Passengers can make the most of snacks, drinks and Wi-Fi for up to 3 hours before they fly.
|Lounge||Opening time||Closing time|
|The Library Lounge Salon Vip Lounge Zone A Terminal 1||05:45||21:50|
|The Infinity Lounge Salon Vip Lounge Zone A Terminal 2||05:15||21:45|
|The Canopy Lounge Salon Vip Lounge Zone B Terminal 1||05:45||21:30|
Nice The Library Lounge (Salon VIP Lounge Zone A Terminal 1)
The Library Lounge (Salon VIP Lounge Zone A' Terminal 1) serves Schengen travellers at Terminal 1, and can be found to the left of the main departure lounge. It offers real luxury, whether you're there on business or pleasure, as internet access is provided. Snacks and drinks (including alcohol) are available from the buffet, and children are welcome.
Nice The Infinity Lounge (Salon VIP Lounge Zone A Terminal 2)
Flight monitors ensure that you'll always know when your flight is, but you won't want to leave Salon Cap Ferrat. The advanced air conditioning system provides a welcome relief from the heat of the Riviera, and you can get cool drinks and tantalising snacks from the complimentary bar.
Nice The Canopy Lounge (Salon VIP Lounge Zone B Terminal 1)
Non-Schengen passengers can visit this Terminal 1 lounge for as much delicious free food and drinks as they need. It's open from 08:00 until 21:50, and you can pass the time watching TV, or browsing national and international newspapers and magazines.
Benefits of a Nice lounge
Air-conditioning for your comfort
Unlimited Wi-Fi, TV, newspapers and magazines for your entertainment
Tasty snacks and drinks to help you stay refreshed
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