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Priority Pass Lounges in MEX airport

Old Sep 24, 16, 3:03 pm
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Priority Pass Lounges in MEX airport

Has anyone been to the priority pass lounges in MEX? From what I hear in terminal 1, grand lounge elite is good and avianca lounge is bad, can't find anything about lounge 19. Any info is appreciated.
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Old Apr 28, 17, 6:36 pm
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I have been to all Premier lounges in Terminal 2 and they are pretty good, with waiters. Wine is not great, but liquors are good. Food is kind of acceptable (good soup, not so good sandwisches). They have recently remodeled and made them a bit smaller, and they can get cramped. If you are admitted into one and find it full you can go to any other without swiping or making a line. The one next to gate 75 is smaller but usually empty as few realize it exists.

I also know the Avianca one in Terminal one and consider it pretty decent on food (chicken pasta, snacks, flan) and drinks. The only caveat on my visit was that when I arrived it was almost empty (great!) but then suddenly it filled up (arriving/departing flight?) and the elevator broke down - had to haul my carry on an things up some narrow stairs.
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Old Apr 28, 17, 9:47 pm
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LoungeBuddy review says Lounge 19 is "Luxe" and a few positive reviews but the photos don't make it look anything great.

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Originally Posted by arnulfon View Post
I have been to all Premier lounges in Terminal 2 and they are pretty good, with waiters. Wine is not great, but liquors are good. Food is kind of acceptable (good soup, not so good sandwisches). They have recently remodeled and made them a bit smaller, and they can get cramped. If you are admitted into one and find it full you can go to any other without swiping or making a line. The one next to gate 75 is smaller but usually empty as few realize it exists.

I also know the Avianca one in Terminal one and consider it pretty decent on food (chicken pasta, snacks, flan) and drinks. The only caveat on my visit was that when I arrived it was almost empty (great!) but then suddenly it filled up (arriving/departing flight?) and the elevator broke down - had to haul my carry on an things up some narrow stairs.

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Old May 19, 17, 5:45 pm
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Wondering about this as well. Hopefully I will have time to visit them and file a report soon. It looks like there is a United Club too for those of us with *G status or UC member.
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