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At the conclusion of our time in Europe, my son and I were preparing to depart from Brussels airport (BRU), and so we looked to stop at the BRU Priority Pass lounge. There are actually two different BRU Priority Pass lounges – one in Terminal A (Schengen departures) and one in Terminal B (non-Schengen). We were flying to Iceland (KEF) so we visited the Terminal A BRU Priority Pass lounge – the Diamond Lounge

BRU Priority Pass Brussels lounge location and hours

The Priority Pass BRU Terminal A lounge is located right near Gate A42.  This ends up being right as you come through the security process and the duty-free shops. As soon as you get into the area of the terminal with all the Gates, just turn to the right and you’ll see this sign.

Go up to the 2nd level and then turn right. The Diamond Lounge is not only the Priority Pass BRU Terminal A lounge but also serves as the lounge for premium cabin travelers from several other airlines.

The Diamond Lounge is open from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day, and children under 12 are admitted free. I’m not sure what the cash price is for a day pass, but I’m quite sure that it is not worth it except for extremely limited circumstances.

Note that this is only accessible for passengers traveling through Terminal A (Schengen flights). There is another Priority Pass BRU lounge in Terminal B for non-Schengen flights

Brussels airport Priority Pass Diamond lounge food

The food and drinks at the Brussels airport Priority Pass Diamond lounge are fairly extensive. There’s a decent variety of alcoholic drinks and soft drinks.

There is also a selection of breads and meats (like you find in many European hotels for breakfast)

BRU Priority Pass Brussels lounge review – amenities

The BRU Priority Pass Brussels lounge wifi speed was quite good – one of the fastest I’ve seen in an airport lounge, especially on the upload side.

There are restrooms located inside the lounge, and a variety of magazines and newspapers available to read.  A few TVs are up on the wall, and you do get a view of the tarmac, depending on where you’re sitting.

BRU Priority Pass Brussels airport lounge review – seating

This BRU Priority Pass Brussels lounge review talks a little bit about the seating in the lounge. The lounge itself is quite large and there was plenty of seating available.

Here is another view of the Diamond Lounge seating in Brussels Airport

I hope that you have enjoyed this Priority Pass BRU airport lounge review – the Diamond Lounge is a good place to relax if you have access.

Readers – have you been to the Diamond Lounge in BRU airport Terminal A?  What are your thoughts?

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