Last year, I reviewed the American Airlines Admiral’s Club SCL Airport Lounge which I visited during the breakfast hours. I found the breakfast spread disappointing, but this time I visited the same exact lounge during evening hours. The difference in the buffet spread was like night and day in the American Airlines Admirals Club at Santiago International Airport.
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I was able to access the Admirals Club Lounge at SCL Airport due to my American Airlines Executive Platinum oneworld emerald status flying on an international itinerary.
My flight was scheduled to leave at 11:30pm and I arrived around 10pm where the lounge was almost empty.
The dinner buffet spread consisted of a tuna salad with egg, quiche, various deli meats and cheeses, olives, peanuts, pretzels, and trail mix.
There was also fresh fruit, cookies, mini sandwiches, and tomato soup.
In addition, there was tea and a coffee maker. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages were available in the mini-fridge below the buffet spread.
I had the tomato soup and tuna salad which was delicious.
This is the best American Airlines Admirals Club I’ve visited so far in all of Latin America. I haven’t visited the new Admirals Club at Ezezia’s Buenos Aires International Airport yet which just opened a few months ago but I’m sure it’s better than all of the U.S counterparts.