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See inside Emirates' lavish first class lounge, with a private spa, fine cigars and $1,200 bottles of wine

If you want to fly in style, Emirates is your airline of choice. Consistently ranked among the best airlines in the world, Emirates earns praise for its in-air service and amenities, like an in-cabin bar and up to 2,500 channels of entertainment.

But you'll have to pay top dollar to access one of the airline's most exclusive perks: its First Class Lounge, which was featured on an episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" during the show's fifth season. Price is no issue for the super rich customers who patron the lounge, however.

Located in Dubai, the lounge is chock-full of high class luxuries, including a private spa and top-notch selection of wine and Champagne. But it's only accessible to first class passengers and certain Skywards rewards members and their guests.

Let's take a look inside.

The lounge spans more than 100,000 square feet and is decked out with Italian marble and custom-built leather furniture.

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A series of gold-plated clocks line one wall, all custom-built by Rolex.

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Tired travelers can relax and catch a few hours of shut-eye before heading back up in the air in VIP reclining chairs.

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Guests will feel like royalty at the cigar bar, an entire room dedicated to smoking some of the world's finest.

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The private spa provides a place to clean up and refresh. Guests can get a massage or simply take a shower.

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Where would the ultra-rich be without access to shopping? The lounge also features high-end stores such as Bulgari and Tiffany and Co.

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Whether they're spending an hour or a full day, Emirates' first class passengers get the VIP treatment.

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