Meet Me on the Holideck

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Finally, an airport lounge for the rest of us!

On my way over to Uganda next month I’ll have a nine-hour stopover in London, and while I’ll probably hop on a train and spend part of that time downtown, I’m relieved that there’s one airport lounge in Heathrow that’ll have me as a member.

Holideck is that lounge. It’s owned and operated by KLM, but open to anyone willing to pony up the $40CAD cover charge.

All the standard executive lounge amenities are there—free booze, magazines, internet… And with Douwe Egberts as a strategic partner, I might even score a cup of Senseo coffee!

The only service missing from the Holideck is a shower facility, which I could really use after my overnight flight. However, if I’m to spend more than a week in equatorial Africa I might as well get used to my own musk.

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4 Responses to Meet Me on the Holideck

  1. Lord Wat says:

    “…if I’m to spend more than a week in equatorial Africa I might as well get used to my own musk.”

    As well as that of the rest of us!

  2. Umm… They =do= have running water in Uganda, don’t they?

  3. Lord Wat says:

    What, you don’t like my musk?

  4. I’m partial to Blue Stratos, actually…

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