With my recent booking of 9 business class flights on only $325 came access to business lounges all over the world. First up on this tour was a quick stopover in my old hometown where I took a peek inside the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge. Here’s how it looks:
For this stopover, I went inside the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge located in the Domestic/International departures area next to the Plaza Premium lounge. You can only get inside the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge airside and it is not available for flights heading to the USA.
Of all the business class lounges I have been in, this is one of the smallest. Perhaps because Edmonton is a small market or because you can’t get inside the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge if you are flying to the states. Either way, the amenities here are limited. Highlights include dedicated lounge Internet access, newspapers and magazines, cozy chairs, and a business center.
Food & Drink
Food and drink inside the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge was subpar for me. I will give this lounge the benefit of the doubt as I was visiting midmorning, but what was available was pretty weak. This included canned fruit salad and stale pastries. Still, the esspresso machine was great and there was a small bar open.
How to Get in the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge
Access inside the Edmonton Maple Leafs Lounge is included in your business class and above ticket, even if books on point. If you’re not flying business class, you still have options:
- Air Canada Maple Leaf Club – You can purchase an annual membership that will give you access to Air Canada and affiliated lounges. ~$ 375+ per year
- For a small fee ($25/$50) you can purchase access inside the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge when you check-in online.
Inside the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge – Good to Know
Includes: Snacks, wifi, quiet room.
Don’t Miss: comfortable chairs, better wifi.
What say you?
Thoughts on this peek inside the Edmonton Maple Leaf Lounge?
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Thanks, Shaun, for this article. Nice job on the lounge information. One question, though. Is there a separate area to check in for BUS Flights in Term 1? I thought I saw something about them renovating one of the terminals, so BUS check-in was a separate area. Thank you!
Hi Graydon, yes Air Canada has a dedicated business check-in.
I was just through Edmonton two weeks ago and will be updating this post and add this info.