We review and list the best airline club lounges available at HGH in Hangzhou International airport, China. I will be reviewing each of the airport club lounges in detail so that you know what you’ll get if you book into a lounge using your Priority Pass, or get upgraded to a club lounge because you are flying in First or Business (or are a premium member of the airline loyalty scheme.
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1. Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport First Class Lounge
The Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport First Class Lounge is located in Terminal A, International, inside security. You cannot access this lounge with your Priority Pass or any other lounge pass. You need to be flying in First or Business or have elite status to access this lounge.
This First Class lounge offers free food and drink and free WiFi. The lounge is average but large and is located on a large mezzanine. The food on offer is limited but there is a freezer with ice creams which is a nice touch. Seating is mainly on sofas and there is a nice view looking down on the airport’s shops and gates. The food selection is mainly Asian cuisine.
2. Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport VIP No. 6 Lounge
You cannot access the Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport VIP No. 6 Lounge with your Priority Pass or any other lounge pass. You need to be flying in First or Business or have elite status to access this lounge.
Within the lounge there is a very limited range of snacks, hot food and free drinks from the fridge. There is no tea or coffee machine but the seating is comfortable and the lounge is quiet. Beers include the brand Snow and other alcoholic drinks are available.
3. EasyGo VIP International Lounge in Hangzhou
EasyGo VIP International Lounge in Hangzhou is the best Priority Pass lounge at Hangzhou International Airport useful for departures on AirAsia, Air China and China Southern. It is located in Terminal 2A near Gate A08 and is labelled in Chinese with no obvious Priority Pass logos, so it’s difficult to spot. Inside you will find comfortable but dated seating and power terminals (multi ones that fit American plugs).
The food and drink are pretty poor with a bunch of pre-packaged snacks (crisps, biscuits etc) cans of soft drinks and coffee. There are also a few hot food dishes and bottled water.
When comparing airport lounges, there are two more lounges at this airport, Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport First Class Lounge at Hangzhou International Airport and the Hangzhou Xiaoshan Airport VIP No. 6 Lounge. Neither of these lounges can be accessed using a Priority Pass.
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