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There are 2 LIS / Lisbon Priority Pass lounges that travelers have access to are the ANA lounge and the Blue Lounge. We had a recent departure from LIS / Lisbon Airport so decided to use our Priority Pass membership to check out the Blue Lounge. I hope that this Lisbon Priority Pass Blue Lounge review will help you decide which Lisbon Priority Pass location is best.
Lisbon Priority Pass Blue Lounge location and access
The Lisbon Priority Pass Blue Lounge is located near Gates 7-13. I was not entirely sure where that was, but there are plentiful signs in the airport for Gates 7-13 (usually as a group). So I just followed those signs and it was easy to find the Lisbon Priority Pass Blue Lounge location
As you can see, in addition to being a Lisbon Priority Pass lounge, the Blue Lounge (bluelounge?) also serves as the contract lounge for Iberia, Czech Airlines and a variety of other airlines.
Lisbon Priority Pass Blue Lounge review – seating
The Blue Lounge in Lisbon Airport has probably about 60-70 seats available – it’s divided into 2 nearly equal halves. Here is a picture of nearly the entirety of one of the 2 halves. We were there in the morning and there was only one other person there. Of course we immediately increased the occupancy by 800% 🙂
Blue Lounge LIS Airport Priority Pass food and drink
There are a few small pastries and sandwiches there. Nothing too amazing but my kids seemed happy enough
There is a coffee and hot chocolate machine
And also a minimal selection of drinks, mostly water and Coke with a few other things.
Lisbon Airport Blue Lounge wifi review
I tested the Lisbon Airport Blue Lounge wifi and found it to be fairly slow
There was also a small business center with a computer there
Having said that, I didn’t notice any real problem with the wifi – it’s possible that it was due to the relatively early time I was there (and lack of people). It was just my family (a big group just ourselves!) and one other lady.
I hope that this Lisbon Priority Pass Blue Lounge review will help you decide which Lisbon Priority Pass location is best. If you’ve been here or to the ANA lounge, leave your thoughts on what LIS Priority Pass lounge is best in the comments!