After you go through passport control and enter the Non-Schengen zone, you are presented with one Priority Pass lounge and that is the Almost at Home lounge. The other lounge in the Non-Schengen zone is the Finnair Lounge which is in this next installment.
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The Almost @ Home Lounge can be accessed with a Priority Pass card. In my case, I used the Priority Pass Select card which was complimentary due to having an American Express Platinum Card.
It was at the lounge during the afternoon hours and was quite surprised to find out that the lounge was practically empty. The layout of the lounge is pretty cool since it’s supposed to be a “home” theme. There was plenty of seating and I definitely felt right at home.
The lounge also has a console game section and a kids section with children’s books.
There were also computers for use in the business center.
During lunch time, the buffet spread was quite disappointing. The spread consisted of fruits, salad, savory snacks, pastries, cookies, and popcorn.
There were plenty of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages available. Don’t try to open the stainless steel refrigerator because it’s fake and just for décor.