There are two Aeromexico Salon Premier Lounges past security in Terminal 2. Both are Priority Pass lounges, but one is international and the other is a domestic. Don’t even try to get into the Aeromexico Salon Premier Domestic Lounge in Terminal 2 because you will get denied if you’re not on a domestic itinerary.
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I’ve reviewed the Aeromexico Salon Premier Lounge last year and now I’ve labeled it “International” for namesake conventions. This is one of the most crowded lounges in Mexico City Airport Terminal 2.
However, to accommodate for the large influx of people, there are plenty of seating available.
There is even a spa where you can shower and get a massage. If you need to do some work, there is a communal conference table.
My favorite part about the lounge is the interior room with high chairs.
The buffet spread was paltry with snacks and stale sandwiches. The best part was the cup of noodles which is comfort food for me.
There is also a bar and plenty of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages in the fridge.
I had a cup of noodles, Modelo beer, and a sandwich.