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MEA unveils its entirely renovated Cedar Lounge


The New Cedar Lounge extends over an area of 3000sq.m. with a capacity of 450 seated passengers.

The approach of the new design complements the contemporary traveler, whereby seating is more defined in its zones according to the needs of each type of visitor, (individual zone, family zone, etc…) as well as being equipped with the latest state of the art technologies, and finest designer furniture selection.

The space is now able to accommodate almost double the number of persons, in several determined zones, namely; a family zone, a business area, a general seating area, a dining zone, a smoking zone, a kids’ area, a spa with beauty services and massage therapy, and a central sky-lit more casual communal green space linking all the zones together.

To keep the traveler connected, the seats are equipped with USB charging ports and power outlets, all the zones are equipped with several large screens of the latest resolution and smart technology, as well as other screens indicating departure times visible to every area.

Smart technologies are not only found in the screens, the lounge hosts a sensor-equipped dimmable lighting system technology which changes color according to the amount of light coming in from the outside. Letting alone the eminent designer fixtures selected to light up the spaces.

The lounge would not be complete without its distinguished food, attainable from two large buffet bars served by a large newly-equipped industrial kitchen. The buffet bars spread out would amount to around 25 linear meters of food. In addition, beverages are obtained from 4 coffee stations, and 2 alcoholic beverage bars spread out evenly across the lounge.

For more photos of the new Cedar Lounge, kindly check the following link  http://bit.ly/2COZbkT

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