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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.

a store front with signs and a 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.

a group of logos on a wall

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.

a counter with bowls of food and drinks

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

a buffet with different food items

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.

a screenshot of a test

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.

a group of people sitting at tables

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

a group of people in a restaurant

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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