Lounge Review: Buenos Aires International Airport AMEX Centurion Lounge, 27 July 2016

EZE Ezeiza Buenos Aires International Airport AMEX Centurion Salon

I had 10 hrs to kill on a layover, Buenos Aires was too far, I had too much luggage, so time to spend 12 hrs in airport lounges. The Amex Centurion Lounge was my first choice.

EZE Ezeiza Buenos Aires International Airport AMEX Centurion Salon

The Buenos Aires International Airport AMEX Centurion Lounge is pretty large, and for the duration that I was there, it did get busy during certain periods, but for the most part, the crowd was pretty manageable.

EZE Ezeiza Buenos Aires International Airport AMEX Centurion Salon

The decoration of the lounge is pretty classic Centurion – sleek, with different types of space, some for dining, some for general seating, and some screened off areas for lounging.

EZE Ezeiza Buenos Aires International Airport AMEX Centurion Salon

The fare that they serve is mostly continental and cold foods. There were no hot options throughout the day. For breakfast, there were breads and pastries, and for lunch, there were sandwiches. Neither of the options excited me much. Thankfully, I did find the freezer containing Freddo’s Ice Cream, and went to town on that.

EZE Ezeiza Buenos Aires International Airport AMEX Centurion Salon

Overall, the wifi worked well, it’s a sleek, clean space, and there was some decent food on offer, even if it wasn’t to my taste. It’d be better if you didn’t have to spend 6+ hrs here.

EZE Ezeiza Buenos Aires International Airport AMEX Centurion Salon

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