Miracle Lounge Review (Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport)

Miracle Lounge in Bangkok

It is finally the last day of my Bangkok trip and I have already packed up my luggage the night before. So glad I had decided to pick Lyf Sukhumvit 8 Bangkok Hotel for my last night. It has such an excellent location as it was less than 3-minute walk away from the Nana BTS station. I could easily change over to the Airport Link City Line and journey straight to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.

As usual, I left the hotel and arrived at Suvarnabhumi Airport quite early. After checking in and getting my boarding pass, I went over to the departure gates where a long queue has already been formed. Finally, after I cleared the baggage check, I looked around for directions which could lead me to Miracle Lounge.

Apparently, there are a few Miracle Lounge located around the airport. I ended up entering one that was quite a distance away from my boarding gate. After checking in at the counter using my premier miles application, I headed in to find a place to sit. There were 2 sections at the lounge, with one side catering to halal guests. The food offerings were about the same, but the halal side closed earlier.

Out of the selection of alcohol, juices and some soft drinks, I took a bottled water from the fridge. Just a small range of hot dishes and a salad bar which did not really entice me. I tried the puff pastries from the warmer and they tasted dry. In the end, I only had some sliced watermelons and sandwiches.

I was getting hospital food court vibes from Miracle Lounge, perhaps because of its color tone. So far, this lounge was my least favorite and it was far in comparison from what I experienced in Noi Bai International Airport, Vietnam.

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