The Cabin is one of Cathay Pacific’s business class lounges at the Hong Kong airport, and it’s conveniently located below gate 23. The lounge is pretty long and has large windows overlooking the apron along one side, so it’s potentially a great plane watching location during the day. At night, the lounge is a little dark, or at least it feels that way because of the large windows.
While the Wing was quite crowded, the Cabin was not nearly as much, and it was easy to find a seat. While the seating might not be as “fancy” as the Wing, there are a variety of seating options depending on if you want to get work done, sit by yourself, or get a good seat with a view of the apron.
There’s no noodle bar in this lounge, but they still have a number of hot food options. One distinguishing feature of this lounge is its juice bar. I didn’t particularly enjoy the smoothie that I got, but it can be nice to have the option.
One downside of this lounge is that it doesn’t have any showers, so if you’re looking for a place to shower after a long flight, do not head to this lounge. But other than that, it’s a good lounge overall with some cool views and interesting food and beverage options.