Divine Caroline recently rounded up The Most Extravagant First Class experiences around. If you know you’re destined to a life of coach, you might want to skip this list. It’s rather heartbreaking.
Emirates Airlines offers first-class passengers their own private suite onboard, fully-equipped with a personal lounge and shower.
Australian carrier Qantas Airlines’ first-class lounges boast a library and spa. Onboard, passengers enjoy a 400-channel, on-demand entertainment system and an eight-course meal paired with specifically chosen wines.
Passengers on Swiss Airlines have their own private pod – a spacious individual area that is perfectly-lit. Each personal cubicle comes complete with a full bed, large built-in flat screen, and a partition wall that maintains the highest possible passenger privacy.
Thai Airways’ Royal First Class features luxury toiletry kits including Evian Natural Mineral spray. Passengers are greeted with a glass of Dom Perignon or “appropriate vintage champagne” and served a menu ranging from lobster thermidor to duck confit.
Voted the number one first class by Skytrax in 2007, Qatar’s premium terminal for first-class passengers offers a Jacuzzi and complete spa. Onboard, your personal space transforms from a five-star restaurant to bedroom, Cineplex or office—your choice.
For more Extravagant First Classes, visit the full list at Divine Caroline.