The 24-hour Miracle Lounge Concourse G Bangkok Suvarnabhumi is a sizable one. However, you’re unlikely to be using it unless your flight is leaving from a G gate.
It has two entrances; one is slightly tucked away on the main shopping/dining level (level 4), and the other is near gate G2 (level 3). In other words, it’s right by the beginning of the G concourse.
In fact, those two entrance lead to two different floors. There are escalators going between both floors, which is obviously helpful when one floor is particularly busy.
I tend to motion towards the back (or furthest possible point) of a lounge whenever I go in; that didn’t work out so well here. Upstairs, the electrical outlet I tried using didn’t work, nor did any of its peers along the row of seats:
Downstairs was much more full, and the opposite side seating area of the upstairs was, too. Eh, at least my laptop had plenty of juice.
(by the way, have any of you plane spotters noticed that BKK sucks? There’s quite a variety of airlines going there — especially those winter charters — but the windows are awful.)
Lounge staff was inconsistent. The first time I tried out the Miracle Lounge Concourse G, no fuss. The second time, the lounge dragon gave me a 2-hour time limit … even though my flight was leaving two hours later.
And this isn’t a lounge you will be visiting for the food:
In my experience, it’s not so common that a Priority Pass lounge has good eats (for an airport lounge). But, this place had something to gnaw on, so can’t complaint about that.
And for those interested in a refresh, the Miracle Lounge Concourse G also has showers:
For Priority Pass holders, there are a number of choices in the international side of the terminal at BKK. This one has been good enough for getting work done without too much distraction, but I’m still looking for better food options.
What are your recommendations?