Priority Pass Bus Lounge Mexico City

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This Priority Pass Lounge Mexico City Review is part of the Trip Report: The Greatest Diamond Challenge of All Time. Check out how I planned my Hyatt Diamond Challenge and how it cost next to nothing here.

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Priority Pass Lounges may be better than waiting with the common folk but not by much. Leaving Mexico City, I went to the lounge near my gate before making the executive decision that it was worth the hike to the Amex Centurion Lounge.

This lounge was a glorified bus stop with patrons that look uncomfortable and an atmosphere that was depressing. It certainly didn’t help that the lounge was downstairs in a tiny room with chairs cramped atop one another.

To its credit, the lounge had Herradura tequila but for the trouble, I require Don Julio.

priority pass lounge mexico city
Like a work cafeteria
The spread
The spread
They had alcohol making it better than a United Lounge.
They had alcohol making it better than a United Lounge.
priority pass lounge mexico city
Bad espresso
So depressing.
So depressing.
priority pass lounge mexico city
Herradura

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1 COMMENT

  1. You chose the wrong lounge. Going downstairs you can have been in the Avianca lounge, only. This lounge was the worst in the term7nal, when it was an Amex and did not get better when it changed to Avianca. There are much better Priority Pass lounges there, though. Next time try Lounge 19.

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