There are several Royal Silk lounges spread throughout Bangkok airport, but the main one, which can accommodate the largest number of passengers (more than 300 at the same time), is located in Concourse D, and this is the one I reviewed before my Austrian Airlines B777 Business Class Review Bangkok to Vienna.
The Thai Airways Royal Silk Business Class lounge at Bangkok airport (also called Suvarnabhumi airport) is large with plenty of seating options, and a couple of food stations. At these buffets you can choose from a variety of hot and cold food options (e.g. wanton soup, New Orleans chicken wings, salads, sandwiches), fruits, snacks and refreshments. Large floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of the concourse’s massive interior spaces, but there are no outdoor window to observe the tarmac traffic. Complimentary, high-speed WiFi is available to all guests. If you are traveling with young children, there is also a kid’s corner. This lounge is fine and functional but not noteworthy, especially bearing in mind that this is the flagship Business Class lounge of Thai Airways, this airport being it’s main hub.
From the lounge, it was a 10 minute walk to gate D6 where my Austrian Airlines Boeing 777-200ER was ready for boarding.
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