It's value depends on a few things, such as current lounge access rights and where you are going; tbh, going to/from UK I doubt that PP will be that good valuejeddos said:We are thinking about buying a Priority Pass to use in lounges at airports when we fly to and from U.K. this year .Has one-one used one 'if so are they good ?and which site did you purchase it from ?? :?:
Paid Qantas Club members can only use the Qantas Club lounges when flying on the same day with Qantas.jeddos said:Thanks for reply .We are going via K.L. so expect we will be on Malalysia air or .KLM .A m interested in paying to go into lounges if I know where and how .Also if you are a Qantas club member can you use their lounges even if you dont fly with them :?:
And in KL that means a choice of Tiger or Carlsberg :shock: . Finding anything else in KL can prove challenging.Leumas said:- Refreshments (alcoholic drinks are limited to beers only)
That is part of the story. Other alcoholic beverages are readily available in other lounges (including MH's Golden Lounge and the CX lounge, being the only two I have used at KUL) and throughout Malaysia.jeddos said:K.L. [is it because it's a muslim country that you can only have beer ? ]
I was in this lounge at KUL in December (free access to *G) and I think they did have shower facilities (nothing flash though). You can also pay at the lounge door if you don't have any club memberships - USD 22 per person I think. Probably the way to go.Leumas said:As Dave mentioned, it depends on where you're going (through). It also depends on the what you want the lounge for - as they're never 'Priority Pass' lounges, they can be airline lounges, or they can be airport lounges run by the airport or other companies. Therefore, facilities will also vary, e.g., they often don't have showers.
In KL, there is the Plaza Premium Lounge available for Priority Pass. It's airside and has the following facilities:
- Information (whatever that means)
- Internet / Dataport
- Newspapers and magazines
- Refreshments (alcoholic drinks are limited to beers only)
This is from their web site.
The public side of the site only shows a list of lounges. It doesn't say what facilities the lounges have.
If you're keen to find out about specific airports, you can PM me and I can find out for you.