My parents time in Scotland has come to a close. For other reports from their time in the United Kingdom, see
- I’m going to Europe (for 250,000 miles)
- Getting ready for a week in Scotland
- Turkish Airlines Lounge review Washington Dulles / IAD
- “Today was the worst day of my life“
- Riding the Hogwarts Express – the Jacobite Steam train over the Glenfinnan Viaduct
- Aer Lingus Business Class review IAD-DUB
- Scotland’s amazing Falkirk Wheel
- What to do with two days in Edinburgh Scotland
- 9 traditional Scottish foods to try (besides haggis)
- 3 things to know about the Battle of Culloden Scotland
51st and Green Dublin Airport lounge
In Dublin Airport, we had the opportunity to go to the 52nd and green lounge, because we were traveling business class. The Crowne Plaza didn’t include breakfast, so we were glad to avail ourselves of some food before our flight to Newark. We didn’t realize that we would also get breakfast on the flight.
The 51st and Green Dublin Airport lounge is actually located AFTER the US pre-clearance facility, and so is only available if you are traveling on to the United States. The Dublin Airport 51st and Green lounge is relatively new – only about a year old
They had a pancake maker that let you watch your pancakes being made one or two at a time.
That was the only hot food at breakfast, but there was a good spread of rolls, banana bread, cold cereal and yogurt.
There were a variety of juices and milk, hot tea and coffee. I didn’t discover until just before we left that the barista could give me hot cocoa.
I can’t say enough about the OCS at the airport. They help passengers needing special assistance, like wheelchairs. They were friendly and prompt and, unlike in the United States, don’t expect a tip. They found out when my flight would be, and returned in time to get me to the gate on time.
The surroundings were pleasant and comfortable.
Readers – have you been to the 51st and Green airport lounge in Dublin Airport? Leave your review in the comments!
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