British Airways just reopened its lounge at Geneva Airport, which offers unique facilities like a new craft beer room. The lounge is on the smaller side at just over 3,500 square feet, but it offers a lot.

Travelers are sure to be pleased. The improved lounge now offers a lobby bar with a separate seating area, where guests can enjoy elegant armchairs along with banquette seating. There are now plenty of power outlets available for business and leisure travelers alike who wish to charge their electronic devices before their flight.

To keep up with the competition, catering at the lounge has also been improved. There are plenty of new choices such as fresh fruits, warm main dishes, cakes, biscuits, grilled paninis and more. The exciting craft beer room allows guests to mingle and try new beers while they are at it. Guests will be able to enjoy an Indie Pale Ale and BrewDog Punk IPA, which are current featured taps. In the lobby bar, visitors can also enjoy soft drinks, prosecco, wines and spirits.

Zoned areas are popular at lounges worldwide, and British Airways is getting into the act. Visitors will be able to choose where they want to relax, depending on their mood. The lighting of the lounge has been planned very carefully both according to the specific zone and time of day. Bespoke playlists further enhance the experience for guests.

For the uninitiated, British Airways is busy renewing other lounges, in addition to opening new ones. The British carrier already completed lounge renovations at New York's JFK, San Francisco and Johannesburg, South Africa.

The British Airways Lounge welcomes those who are Club Europe passengers, Oneworld Emerald and Sapphire members along with British Airways Executive Club Gold and Silver members. The lounge, located past security, is open seven days a week from 6:00am to 10:30pm.

Adam Luehrs is a contributing writer at based in California. He likes traveling to new and exciting destinations, preferably on his credit card company's dime. When not on the road, Adam enjoys hiking around the mountains of San Diego, trying out new food and reading history books. Email: