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NAIA’s new transit lounge features capsule rooms

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Capsule rooms (left) and rooms with bunk beds. Photos by Patricia Benito

NAIA management and the group behind Networld Hotel formally opened the airport’s first-ever transit lounge at the fourth level of Terminal 3.

The Wings Transit Lounge is operated by the Jipang Group of Companies, which is the concessionaire of three restaurants in NAIA, namely Le Amoretto, Let’s Chow Rice and Noodle Haus, and Kaishu Express, and a massage parlor within Terminal 3.

This relaxing 400-square meter facility within the country’s busiest airport caters to travelers who need to stay at the terminal for long hours because of delayed flights or as they wait for their connecting flights.

Customers can stay for an hour up to eight hours, or if really needed, extend their stay charged on an hourly basis. They can choose to relax in the lounge, which offers services like massage, haircut, manicure, pedicure, and shaving aside from the use of chairs.

The rooms, on the other hand, range from individual to four-person capacity.

Aside from rooms with bunk beds, The Wings features capsule rooms at PHP880 per person including a buffet of finger food like pastries and beverages such as coffee.

Shower facilities and a business center are also available. WiFi is free.

Upon request, customers can also order food from the Jipan’s restaurants that are within the airport and it will be delivered directly to the transit lounge.


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