All Etihad guests are welcome to use our lounges at Abu Dhabi International Airport. Access is complimentary for First and Business guests and available for a small fee for Economy guests. All guests can pay to upgrade to the next class of lounge.
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Guests can enjoy great food and drinks, find a quiet spot to work or simply get some rest before their flight.
The Residence: Guests of The Residence will be looked after by the Etihad Butler in their own, exclusive Lounge. The Residence Lounge has a separate entrance, spacious seating area, private dining room, prayer room and shower room.
First Lounge & Spa: Guests can enjoy fine dining, signature drinks, complimentary and payable treatments in the Six Senses Spa, a fitness room, showers, a relaxation room, a cigar lounge, a clothes-pressing service and a children’s play room. Located in T3, Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Etihad Airways Premium Lounges: There are two Premium Lounges, located in T1 and T3 of Abu Dhabi International Airport, where guests can dine, relax, work and freshen up before their flights. A family room and play area are available for our younger guests. Our T3 lounge also has a Six Senses Spa (payable), a prayer room and ablution facilities, a business centre and a private area for extra space and privacy (payable).
US Premium Lounge: For guests travelling to the US, this lounge offers comfortable seating, light refreshments and extra space to relax.
Arrivals Lounge: Guests who have arrived into Abu Dhabi with Etihad can freshen up with a shower, use the business centre, have their clothes pressed and enjoy a selection of drinks and snacks.
The House: Etihad Airways have partnered with No.1 Lounges to launch an exciting new concept: The House. The House offers a contemporary and stylish twist on pre-flight hospitality. Operating in London, Melbourne and Sydney, The House offers a unique, white-linen dining experience and a more extensive bar service, as well as the choice of an à la carte menu or a self-service buffet. Guests flying in The Residence, First or Business will continue to be invited to use The House, whilst Economy guests are able to enjoy paid-for access prior to their flight.