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IKEA Opens VIP Airport Lounge Complete With Beds For Napping

IKEA Opens VIP Airport Lounge Complete With Beds For Napping
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The Swedish furniture brand helps weary travels relax by installing a modern and comfortable lounge in Roissy-Charles de Gaulle.

Alice Chan
  • 13 july 2012

Travelers at France’s Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport can relax in style thanks to IKEA’s new VIP lounge that houses over 220-square meters of family-friendly space. The IKEA Lounge is a free experience where visitors can wait for their flight while reading or watching TV from a comfortable sofa. Tired travelers can even hop into an IKEA bed located in one of the 9 bedrooms of the space for a short nap. Meanwhile, children can enjoy themselves in a secure area where qualified instructors will entertain them for the duration of their stay.

The Swedish furniture giant has installed this well-designed and comfortable area to alleviate stress and nervousness due to holdiay travel, further showing its commitment of improving the everyday life for its consumers.

The IKEA Lounge is open from now until August 5th in the Terminal 3 at the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport.

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