Star Alliance Lounge FCO
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Star Alliance Rome (FCO) Lounge Now Offering Paid Entry Access

The Star Alliance Lounge at Rome Fiumicino (FCO) airport now offers paid lounge access. This addition makes Rome their fourth (Star Alliance) lounge to offer paid entry access, following Rio De Janeiro (GIG), Buenos Aires (EZE), and Los Angeles (LAX). This paid access option is now offered to passengers on Star Alliance member airlines, regardless of cabin class or membership status.

Whether you’re leaving Rome after business meetings, or after visits to the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel and Trevi Fountain, there’s no better way to relax than a trip to our stylish Star Alliance lounge at the airport. We’re excited to make this experience accessible to even more passengers, by opening up paid access to our lounge at Fiumicino Airport. Pre-booking of lounge access vouchers is also easy, with our simple, online process.

Star Alliance VP Customer Experience Christian Draeger

The Rome lounge is located in the Intra-Schengen zone of Terminal 3 and features runway views, Italian art and furniture, and free high-speed Wi-Fi internet. There is also a round-the-clock bar that serves coffee and other beverages. The lounge has comfortable seating and capacity for 130 guests.

Access to the lounge is subject to availability passengers can now pre-book access to the lounge for a cost of €45 for three hours of access. Guests can pre-book and purchase passes on the Star Alliance website. Upon purchase, a confirmation email will be sent with a QR code valid for the day and time selected, which can be scanned at the lounge entrance.

Closing Thoughts

Nice to have another paid lounge option in Rome (FCO). Since there are six Star Alliance lounges around the world, that only leaves Amsterdam (AMS) and Paris (CDG) not offering paid access. This lounge recently won two awards during the 2022 SKYTRAX best lounge survey, third place for best alliance lounge and fifth place for the best independent lounge