PLS (Turks and Caicos) VIP Flyers Club Lounge?

Old Jan 17, 18, 7:25 am
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PLS (Turks and Caicos) VIP Flyers Club Lounge?

Any thoughts on this lounge? Are there any others at PLS or is this the only option?
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Old Jan 20, 18, 12:14 pm
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Unfortunately this is the only option in lounge choices..
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Old Jan 21, 18, 8:20 am
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Originally Posted by melvin View Post
Unfortunately this is the only option in lounge choices..
Right, but any thoughts on itís value? Whatís in the lounge and part of the entry fee?
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Old Jan 23, 18, 1:39 pm
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Originally Posted by zpaul View Post

Right, but any thoughts on itís value? Whatís in the lounge and part of the entry fee?
No,,, Did not use the lounge at all, Closed on all three times departing Airport.
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Old Jan 24, 18, 9:42 am
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I sprang for it, and it was okay but I'm not sure I'd do it again. The pros are that it's quiet and has air conditioning, whereas the main seating area is crowded, loud, and does not have aircon. There is a bar on the upper level with an outdoor deck which could be a nice alternative.

The lounge itself has lots of comfortable chairs but no tables, and there was a definite lack of electrical plugs. It was under renovation, so it could get better. The food as nothing more than chips, Chex mix, and some grocery store cheese and cold cut platters. Coors Light and Undurraga sauv blanc were the only adult beverages, and there was a selection of soft drinks.

Once I left and went to duty-free and heard the chaos of the main sitting area, I decided that $50 was an okay price of admission to get away from that. But, as always, YMMV.
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Old May 7, 18, 11:51 am
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Just leaving today and was looking for a lounge. Walk up cost is now 75usd which to me is outrageous.

Go upstairs where there are two bars and it is much quieter. There is also A/C throughout the entire terminal, however, they leave the doors open and that warms the place up.
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Old May 7, 18, 3:14 pm
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Just leaving today and was looking for a lounge. Walk up cost is now 75usd which to me is outrageous.
Unless the renovation is something truly spectacular, totally agree that the club isn't worth it at that price.
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Old Nov 20, 19, 1:07 pm
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Anyone know of any alternate booking portals for the lounge?

Their website form seems to be the only way, even phoning them they said use the website. Wondering if anyone else markets and sells their service?
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