The Guacimeta VIP lounge is situated through security in the departures area, near the commercial zone and is open from 06:00 to when the last flight departs. As you come out of security, turn right, and the lounge is at the far end – look for the glass doors on your right.
The lounge occupies a space of 191.60 m2 and has a 56 m2 open terrace area which is suitable for smokers. Entry costs €24 for adults and €11.25 for children aged between 3 to 12 years old.
The interior of the lounge is decorated with landscapes of Lanzarote and naturally illuminated with big windows, facing to the South of the island. It’s acclimatised with temperature controls. There are usually two staff on who will to up drinks and food and make sure everyone is looked after.
Daily Spanish & International newspapers will be available, plus television and a wifi internet connection. The catering service includes light meals, drinks and pastries. Spirits, wine, beer coffee and soft drinks are free of charge.
There is a private terrace where you can catch the last rays of the sun, and where smokers can enjoy a last puff before flying. Wifi is free.
The lounge is quite small and it’s not up to the standards of first and business class lounges around the world, but it provides an oasis of calm and is a great place to catch up on some work in peace. We tend to use it if our flight is delayed, or if the main airport departure area is particularly busy.
There are plenty of drinks, both alcoholic and soft available. The food is fairly basic, but good for a decent snack.
We use the lounge at Lanzarote regularly, as well as other lounges around the world, using Priority Pass, which gets us into lounges normally reserved for 1st and business class travellers. You can find out more about Priority Pass here: Priority Pass.
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