Location: On the upper level (airport is small, so you will find it)
Hours: 0900 – 1800
Access Method: Priority Pass
The Livingstone Lounge is on the smaller side of things, but features tarmac views, sofa seating, and dining tables. Some four four-top dining tables are in the center of the lounge, which is flanked by sofas on both sides.
Located at the back of the lounge, there is a fridge with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Alcoholic beverages are self-serve. The buffet has about four hot stations, and the selection is substantial enough for a full meal. When I was there, there was chicken, pasta, rice, salad, and chips.
The coffee machine was broken when I was there, so the lounge attendant had to run downstairs to the café to get coffee for lounge customers.
There’s a bathroom in the lounge, but I didn’t check it out.
It was quick. Dirty dishes were cleared constantly.
Wifi & Power
Wifi is password protected, and decent. The outlets are located on the sofa area closer to the tarmac.
The Livingstone Lounge is adequate in the small Livingstone Airport, and not a bad place to spend some time while waiting for your flight to be ready for boarding.