After a two week’s visit to one of the world’s food centers, it was time to move on. Since my next flight was leaving from BKK, let’s check out the Air France – KLM Lounge Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
This lounge is located on Level 3 in Concourse F. Most lounges– save for a Miracle Lounge — are located on Level 3, directly below where all of the shops and food options are.
According to the Air France – KLM Lounge Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Priority pass page, the lounge is open from 06:30 – 25:30; for whatever reason, the official lounge page lists no hours. However, the Priority Pass site does mention that entry could be restricted during some peak hours.
The dining area, which is to the right of the entrance, lacks places to charge electronics. I suppose the idea is to get you out of there quicker? Don’t worry about that … food choices at this lounge are already successful in that arena:
Maybe that was a little harsh. There were a few main dishes — one pan-European, and a couple Thai-ish — fruit, pastries, snacks, and dessert. Drink choices were good enough, with sodas and seltzer, along with liquor (including French wine), tea, and coffee. And if you’re flying a carrier like GX Airlines, you’d be wise to eat more at the lounge.
Basically, for this visit, I had some work to do. It wasn’t busy (my flight was around 18:00), so I headed to the left side of the lounge, in a small seating area somewhat detached from everywhere else. I pulled up the second chair to use as my computer desk, and tapped away.