I had the pleasure of visiting four lounges at Santiago’s SCL international airport. The fourth and final lounge I visited was the Mistral Salon VIP Lounge. This lounge is operated by LAN Airlines and I had access because I am a oneworld emerald even though I was travelling in coach from Santiago to Lima.
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Check-in at the Mistral Salon VIP lounge was a breeze.
The lounge was relatively quiet and empty during the early morning.
There is even a business center equipped with computers.
More seating is available in the dining area.
The buffet spread was nothing to write home about and was similar to the offerings at the Neruda Salon VIP Lounge. There was yogurt, pastries, and mini sandwiches for breakfast.
I had a little bit of everything and the sandwiches were decent.