One of the best things about having a Priority Pass membership is the ability to lounge hop. There are two awesome lounges in the Jorge Chavez Lima International Airport. In this previous installment, I reviewed the SUMAQ VIP Lounge and now I present to you, the VIP Club Lounge.
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The VIP Club Lounge at Jorge Chavez Lima Airport is located past security nearby the SUMAQ Lounge at gate 18. Access is granted for Priority Pass cardholders.
The VIP Club Lounge is a very artsy lounge with hip and modern decor.
It wasn’t as crowded as the nearby previously reviewed SUMAQ Lounge. There was plenty of open seating in addition to an outdoor patio area for smoking.
The lounge spread consisted of cookies, chips, and cold pastries along with the usual beverages. Inca Kola and Diet Inca Kola is provided as well.
The WiFi was equally as slow as the SUMAQ Lounge. The VIP Club had three hotspots named VIPCLUB1, VIPCLUB2, and VIPCLUB3 with the same password, “lima2013″. If I had a choice between the SUMAQ Lounge and the VIP Club, I would choose the VIP Club due to it being less crowded. Both lounges have the famous orange juice machine.
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