The Best Airport Lounges we’ve experienced with Priority Pass

The Best Airport Lounges weve experienced with Priority Pass

 

The Priority Pass Club is a network of over 1200 lounges worldwide where members holding economy or business/first class tickets can access in their departures or connections. We have found it to be an absolutely worthwhile experience as it has given us literally hundreds of meals, drinks, snacks, showers and even comfortable places to sleep waiting for flights.

 

There are three tiers of memberships one can purchase but those who go for the big travel rewards credit cards can in most cases get the Priority Pass for oneself and a guest as long as the credit card annual fee is paid. This has been our case for almost a decade now across various travel credit cards. Here we wanted to show off some of the most satisfying lounges we have accessed within the network.

 

Sala VIP Cibeles Madrid, Spain

The Best Airport Lounges weve experienced with Priority Pass

Avian Sala VIP Bogota, Colombia

The Best Airport Lounges weve experienced with Priority Pass

Swiss Business Lounge Zurich, Switzerland

Ambassador Transit Lounge Changi, Singapore

Al Reem Lounge Abu Dhabi, UAE

The Best Airport Lounges weve experienced with Priority Pass

Turkish Airlines Lounge Washington D.C.

The Best Airport Lounges weve experienced with Priority Pass

Aeromexico Salon Premiere City D.F.

Skyteam Lounge Dubai, UAE

The Best Airport Lounges weve experienced with Priority Pass

Star Alliance Lounge Buenos Aires, Argentina

Oman Air First and Business Class Lounge Bangkok, Thailand

The Best Airport Lounges weve experienced with Priority Pass

Turkish Airlines Star Alliance Lounge Nairobi, Kenya

Shongololo Lounge Johannesburg, South Africa

 

 

 

George

George

I am a medical student and a world traveler native to Costa Rica, but I have lived in seven different countries and travelled to more than 100. I am vegetarian and a lover of wines. My favourite destinations always include the mountains, wild nature and places were I can bike.

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