There are a plethora of lounges in Santiago Airport and I think I’ve been to pretty much all of them except this one. I’ve previously reviewed the American Airlines Admiral’s Club, LAN Neruda Salon VIP Lounge, Pacific Club Salones VIP Lounge, and the LAN Mistral Salon VIP Lounge.
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I was able to access the Delta SkyClub Lounge at Santiago Airport due to flying on Aeromexico which is a Skyteam partner. I am a Delta Gold Medallion which offers a lounge benefit for Skyteam Elite Plus members when traveling on Skyteam partners.
I was traveling in the late evening and the lounge was pretty empty at around 9pm. There was plenty of seating available.
The lounge also features a business center with printing services.
The buffet spread consisted of mixed prepared salads, pita bread sandwiches, tomato soup with bread, fruits, and small bite sized desserts.
There was also a small wine selection and a huge fridge with non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks.
I had a little bit of everything and I was surprised by the selection at the Delta SkyClub. I don’t think I’ve ever been to a nicer SkyClub with real food offerings. I really don’t miss the hummus, olives, and Tillamook cheeses that are standard in US SkyClubs.