Lounge Review: KLM Crown Lounge 25 Amsterdam

We visited the KLM Crown Lounge 25 Amsterdam in summer 2019.

Location & Access

The lounge is located after the security in the Schengen area. Follow the Lounge signs “Airline Lounge 25” until you reach the lounge. “Airline Lounge 52” will get you to the lounge in the non-Schengen area.

You can access the lounge as a Flying Blue Platinum, Gold or other SkyTeam Elite Plus member as well as a business class passenger with a Skyteam flight.

Flying Blue Petroleum members can only access the lounge transferring between two flights that are both operated by Air France or KLM, and where both flights are also booked on an AF or KL flight number.

Other Flying blue members can access the lounge against a fee.


Seating options

The KLM Crown Lounge 25 Amsterdam is really big and every imaginable seating options are available within the lounge. As the lounge is big, you should find a rather private spot somewhere without any problems. When we visited the lounge during the morning, not too many passengers we present.


Food & Drinks

The food and drinks selection is simply amazing.

You can literally choose between all kinds of cold dishes and also have some decent hot options available to choose from, so everyone will be able to find something.

The food can mainly be found on two separate big spots within the lounge.

It might be the best breakfast I encountered so far in any business class lounge around Europe.

In terms of drinks, the selection is very good as well so you can easily have a great brunch here. Drinks are available at a couple of spots through the lounge.

KLM Crown Lounge 25 Amsterdam Food selection


Other amenities

WiFi, showers, internet terminals, an entertainment room and also a smoking are all available within the lounge.


The KLM Crown Lounge 25 Amsterdam is fantastic in terms of food and drinks as well as seating options. You should probably be able to find a spot here and can easily spend a couple of hours before your flights and fill your stomach.


Official lounge link.


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