After bobbing and weaving for an hour en route to the lounge, I finally made it. Was it all that it was cracked up to be by other bloggers? Of course, it wasn’t. While it was nice, it can’t be compared to Emirates First Class Lounge or Cathay’s the Wing. Here’s what made it good.
Plenty of places to sit and plenty of privacy.
There is a nap room but just like the flight over, the light comes on each time someone comes or goes. Use eyecovers.
From breakfast to lunch, there was not a shortage of food.
Walk to the other side of the lounge and you’ll find an upscale bar.
Here’s what made it satisfactory.
The Set Up
It’s a long hallway. What’s exciting about that?
Come on now, this is Iberia’s flagship lounge. Let’s get some catering.
My phone connected easily, but my laptop wouldn’t. It took major troubleshooting before the damn thing would work. This may be user error, but there was no support from any of the staff.
It’s clear that I’m spoiled by the Middle Eastern and Asian carriers.