Air France lounge at Roissy 2G: not bad at all

The Air France lounge in Roissy’s Terminal 2G is much nicer than expected, and in some respects even nicer than its big brother in the 2F.

Strange as it may seem, we’ve never yet reviewed the Air France lounge at terminal 2G at Roissy. But it’s true that it’s a terminal we don’t frequent very often, and that when I used to go there more regularly, Air France operated another lounge there that was a little more downmarket.

I didn’t expect much from a lounge built in a prefabricated terminal isolated from the rest of the airport, where Air France operates downgraded routes that it must deem unworthy of inclusion in the 2F, which is the case of this flight to Gothenburg that I’m taking as a preamble to a long journey that will take me to Australia.

You’ll find a summary of articles about my vacation in Australia at the bottom of the page.

Location of the lounge

The lounge is located on the first floor of the terminal, on the edge of the large waiting area where passengers wait for their flight gates to be displayed. There are also stores and restaurants.


The lounge is located at one end of this room, opposite the gangway leading to the boarding gates.

Not an optimal location, but that’s no big deal, since we’re not talking about a huge terminal either.


Lounge layout

The lounge is a large room divided into different zones.


There’s plenty of space and the hues are pleasant and warm. Almost Scandinavian, you’d think you were at SAS.


The rear is more dedicated to catering.


On the positive side, the lounge is not blind, and although it was very full during my stay, it was not noisy or unpleasant. On reflection, it even seemed more comfortable and less “zoo” than the 2F lounge.


The buffet is well stocked.

You’ll find the usual salads, cold cuts and cheese.


Quite basic soup and hot dishes…and poorly restocked.


The quiche will nevertheless prove delicious.

Good-quality pastries are also available.


As for beverages, the offer is also quite comprehensive.

You’ll find the usual softs…


The range of alcoholic beverages is quite comprehensive for a lounge of this type, with wines and spirits on offer.



The lounge features a toilet and shower, all to great effect.

Bottom line

Perhaps not the most premium of Air France lounges, nor in the airport’s most prestigious terminal, but a very pleasant place indeed. Despite the crowds, I found it more pleasant than 2F, which is paying the price for its gigantic size.

The articles about my vacation in Australia

1DiaryPreparing a trip to Australia
2LoungeAir France lounge Roissy 2G
3FlightParis-Gothenburg, Air France, Business Class (Embraer 190)
4HotelDraken, Gothenburg
5RestaurantKuruya, Gothenburg
6RestaurantSaga, Gothenburg
7HotelScandic Landvetter Airport
8LoungeSAS Lounge-Gothenburg (already tested many times, no review)
9FlightGothenburg-Munich, Lufthansa, Business Class (A320)
10LoungeLufthansa Senator Lounge Munich T2 Gates H
11FlightMunich-Tokyo Haneda, ANA, Business Class (B787)
12LoungeAna Lounge, Tokyo Haneda, T2
13FlightTokyo Haneda-Sydney, ANA, Business Class (B787)
14HotelMoxy Sydney Airport, Sydney
15LoungeVirgin Australia Lounge Sydney Domestic T2
16FlightSydney-Adelaide, Virgin Australia, Business Class (B737)
17HotelIntercontinental Adelaide
18RestaurantDaughter In Law, Adelaide
19DiaryVisiting Adelaide
20LoungeVirgin Australia lounge, Adelaide, Domestic
21FlightAdelaide-Melbourne, Virgin Australia, Economy X
22HotelRitz Carlton Melbourne
23RestaurantEntrecote, Melbourne
24RestaurantDelhi Streets, Melbourne
25RestaurantBincho Boss, Melbourne
26HotelW Melbourne
27RestaurantCapitano Carlton, Melbourne
28RestaurantRed Spice Road, Melbourne
29RestaurantYakikami, Melbourne
30RestaurantFreyja, Melbourne
31DiaryVisiting Melbourne
32LoungeVirgin Australia lounge, domestic, Melbourne
33FlightMelbourne-Sydney, Virgin Australia, Economy X
34HotelW Sydney
35RestaurantManta, Sydney
36RestaurantAalia, Sydney
37DiaryVisiting Sydney
38LoungeAir New Zealand lounge, Sydney T1
39LoungeThe House, Sydney T1
40FlightSydney-Tokyo Haneda, ANA, Business Class (B787)
41LoungeAna Lounge, Tokyo Haneda, T2 (already tested on the outward journey, no review)
42FlightTokyo Haneda-Frankfurt, ANA, Business Class (B787)
43LoungeLufthansa Senator Lounge, Frankfurt, T1 Gates A
44FlightFrankfurt-Gothenburg, Lufthansa, Business Class (A321)
45HotelJacy’z, Gothenburg
46LoungeThe Lounge, Goteborg Landvetter
47FlightGothenburg-Paris, Air France, Business Class (Embraer 190)
48DiaryDebriefing my vacation in Australia
Bertrand Duperrin
Bertrand Duperrin
Compulsive traveler, present in the French #avgeek community since the late 2000s and passionate about (long) travel since his youth, Bertrand Duperrin co-founded Travel Guys with Olivier Delestre in March 2015.

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