There are two ways to spend a relaxing time at Frankfurt Airport: book a room at the airport hotel or get access to a lounge.

There are 10 airport lounges at this airport. Here’s what you should know about them:

Air Canada Lounge:Available to Star Alliance Gold Card Members and business class passengers.

Air France Lounge: Available to Business Class passengers of Air France and Finnair, members of C2000 card, Fréquence Plus-Rouge card and One World partners. Also, open to Icelandair—SAGA Class and Economy Comfort passengers, holders of the Gold Silver Card.

Airport Club Frankfurt:Accessible to members and their guests.

Cathay Pacific Lounge:Open to First and Business Class Cathay Pacific Airways passengers, Marco Polo Card members from Silver status for flight CX288, open to Oneworld Cards from Sapphire status with aOneworld connecting flight and authorized Gulf Air passengers.

Emirates Lounge:Emirates passengers can access it and it is free for First and Business Class passengers and Economy Class passengers with Skywards Platinum card or Skywards Gold card.

JAL Lounge, Lufthansa First Class Lounge, Lufthansa Senator Lounge, Lufthansa Welcome Lounge, and Lufthansa Business Lounge:Accessible to authorized individuals.

Luxx Lounge:Available to passengers with Priority Pass, Lounge Key, Lounge Pass, Diners or invitation card from the following airlines: EL AL, Air Malta, Alitalia, Tunis Air, Iran Air, Airtours, FTI Luxury Voucher, TAV, Air India, Condor, DER, JahnReisen, GTA, FränkischeNachrichten, Holiday Extras, HIT Reise Club.

Premium Traveller Lounge:Open to Oneworld airlines and Air Baltic.

Primeclass Lounge:At 30€ for three hours, enjoy the finest food and refreshing beverage, and spacious area to put up your feet.

Priority Lounge:This lounge is open to Business or First Class passengers, invitation card from our partner airlines with frequent flyer status, and Dragon pass member. However, you can purchase a lounge ticket at 49€ and for children 29€.

Sky Lounge:Entry is based on invitation card for business- or first-class-passengers, however, other passengers can avail access to the lounge for €35 for every 3 hours.

Gdgs:The DB Lounge is open to passengers with a valid first-class long-distance DB train ticket or bahn.comfort-customers plus one accompanying person.

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