Review: ANA Suite Lounge, Gate 114 Tokyo Haneda (HND)

ANA Suite Lounge & ANA Lounge reception, Gate 114 Tokyo Haneda Airport

Date of visit: February 20, 2017

Location: 4th floor International Terminal, by gate 114
Access: ANA First Class passengers departing on a same-day flight plus 1 guest; ANA Diamond Service Members departing  on a flight operated by ANA or another Star Alliance member, or on a code shared flight operated by Etihad Airways or Qatar Airways plus 1 guest; First class passengers departing on a Star Alliance flight plus 1 guest
Opening hours: Daily, 6:30am to 1:30pm

Lounge Signage

ANA Lounge signage

Lounge Entrance

ANA Lounge entrance

Lounge Reception

ANA Lounge reception


Lounge seating

Lounge seating

Lounge seating

Lounge seating


ANA Suite Lounge menu (from 11am onwards)

ANA Suite Lounge menu (from opening to closing)

A few moments after settling in, one of the staff came to present the menu card and drinks list. From the drinks list, I chose a glass of vegetable juice which was served with a hot towel.

Rice balls, Inarizushi, Rolled sushi, Seaweed Baguette, etc.

Buffet spread

Salad station


Assorted vegetables, Assortment of sausage and bacon

Miso soup ๐Ÿ˜‹

Alcoholic drinks (Bombay Gin, Angove, Black Opal, Jack Daniels, Glenfiddich, Smirnoff, etc.)

Collette sparkling wine, Vina la Rosa La Capitana, Sancerre 2014

Shower Suite

From the reception staff, one receives a key like this ☝

ANA Suite Lounge shower suite

One of the many things I love about ANA Suite Lounge's shower suite is their Shiseido bath amenities consisting of shampoo, conditioner and body soap as well as other amenities like moisturizer, cleansing oil, etc. in sachets ๐Ÿ‘

As usual, there's also a washlet ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜‰

Walk-in shower


Gentlemen's toilet


Having visited the ANA Suite Lounge in Tokyo Narita a few years ago, I had more or less an idea on what to expect visiting this lounge. The usual offering of hot towel and taking the drinks order was there. I thought the food on the buffet were extensive (as per Japanese standard ๐Ÿ˜‰) as well as the drinks selection. This lounge is actually much smaller than the ANA Suite Lounge located near gate 110 although during the time I was there, it did not get crowded so it was okay. The staff were very nice and polite as always. The Shiseido bath products, my favorite bath products in a first class lounge was a big plus since not many airlines offer exclusive products in their first class lounges. For comparison,  THAI Royal First Lounge offers L'Occitane, Lufthansa First Class Lounge offers ETRO  Relent and Qatar Airways Al Safwa Lounge offers Rituals. Some airlines like Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Emirates do not offer individual bottles of bath products and which I hope could be improved in the future ๐Ÿ˜‰ Overall, I really enjoyed my short stay in this lounge and even if it does not offer an hour-long complimentary massage the way THAI Airways do in Bangkok nor does it have the extravagant architecture of Qatar Airways Al Safwa Lounge in Doha, the ANA Suite Lounge will always be one of my favorite first class lounges.

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