Iberia Business Class Lounge Madrid is part of the Still The Best Trip Report.
I remain convinced that the signs in Madrid airport are meant to confuse passengers (see Connecting in Madrid? Pack Extra Time & Connecting in Madrid: Pack Extra Time Part II). I went in circles trying to find the Iberia Dali Lounge.
When I finally found it, I was impressed with its size and what it offered given that it services domestic flights.
Like Iberia’s international business class lounge (see Iberia Velázquez Premium Lounge: Good, Not Great), I found my favorite red chair. It’s private and comfortable. I was able to catch up on my sleep after too much vino on my flight over (see Iberia San Juan to Madrid: Una Vez Mas).
There are plenty of other places to sit including the bar area.
I had enough Rioja on the flight and did not want any beer. I tried to have Cavas but ended up settling on bottled Coke Zero.
The breakfast was lighter than what was offered in the business class lounge. I was disappointed that there was no Tortilla de patatas.
This was a nice place to relax and refuel before my flight to Tenerife.