The main airport in Buenos Aires is Ezeiza International Airport (EZE), Argentina. Below I outline the very best Priority Pass airline lounges at Buenos Aires is Ezeiza International Airport (EZE).
Most of the best-loved tourist attractions in Buenos Aires, the birthplace of tango, can be found between the Monserrat and San Telmo neighborhoods. Avenida de Mayo is one of the city’s most prominent areas, with the Casa Rosada and the Palace of Congress sitting opposite to one another, and flanked by other notable architectural works, such as the House of Culture, the Barolo Palace, and the oldest café in the city: Café Tortoni.
Free Airport Lounge Access
If you have not paid for Business Class or First Class, you can still access a number of brilliant lounges at Buenos Aires Airport for a fee or for free if you have a Priority Pass. The Star Alliance Lounge in Terminal B is the Priority Pass lounge at Buenos Aires lounges in Ezeiza International Airport (EZE).
Paid entrance is also sometimes possible using cash or you can get in for free if you have a Priority Pass. You get an unlimited Priority Pass for free with the Amex Platinum card. You can also access most Priority Pass lounges for free using the free American Express Gold with its two free Lounge Club passes. To get extra referral points and advice on these free-lounge-access cards and more, have a read of our best credit cards for luxury travel.
1. Star Alliance Lounge in Terminal B
The Star Alliance Lounge in Terminal B, Airside airport lounge is the best and only Priority Pass airport lounge at Buenos Aires Ezeiza EZE Airport. In fact, it is the best airline lounge at Buenos Aires airport. It is one of the most stylish too. This lounge is actually really nice looking. This is definitely your best lounge choice in Buenos Aires Ezeiza EZE Airport if you are using a Priority Pass.
There are a number of leather lounger style seats with fluffy sheep hides on them, plus there are stylish armchairs and little round bucket style seats. This means the look feels more like a hotel foyer than an airport lounge.
Lots of wooden separators mean that the lounge is laid out in sections and to one side there are floor-to-ceiling windows with net curtains. The lounge seems to be superbly clean and it is lightly fragranced which is not something I have come across in most airport lounges.
The buffet food is really good here with a large salad bar with loads of choice, plus you have cold cuts, cheeses bread, and crackers. There is a coffee machine, canned soft drinks plus premium spirits, local wines, champagne, and bottled beers.
There are other airline lounges at Buenos Aires Ezeiza EZE Airport but they are currently not accessible with your Priority Pass.
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