Athens Priority Pass Lounge Review

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The Athens Priority Pass Lounge Review is part of the Trip Report Athens Marathon: The Original Course which includes the following cities:

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Priority Pass Lounges are hit or miss: Mexico City’s was terrible but the one in London Gatwick was very nice. The Athens Priority Pass Lounge in Terminal A is called the Aristotle Onassis Lounge, a very fancy name for a lounge.

The name isn’t the attribute that makes this lounge worth visiting. I was surprised by the variety of fresh food, soup, beer, and wine that were provided.

I took a seat right next to the buffet and proceeded to become the token Fat Guy. With only an hour to kill, I made sure I got my fill.

Athens Priority Pass Lounge Review
Gulf Air members welcome
Coffee please
Coffee please
2015-11-09 14.55.21
Amstel 14% more!
Sweets & more
Sweets & more
Kretikos vino
Kretikos vino
Athens Priority Pass Lounge Review
Emirates isn’t Gulf Air

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I thought that the advertisement was that Amstel was 14% alcohol by volume. It did seem a little odd to advertise it that prominently, but hey, I’d drink the stuff at that level, and be a cheap date doing so. “No, officer, I only had 4 beers before that tree jumped in front of my car.”

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