As a Premium passenger, I got access to the Star Alliance Lounge at the brand new looking Terminal 3 at Aeropuerto Internacional de São Paulo-Guarulhos. This was before my flight with Singapore Airlines to Barcelona.
I was shocked to see that the lounge also allows access for Priority Pass members; a pass for a lounge usually prohibits any food offerings and just allows for cheap alcohol.
The lounge itself is beautifully designed. It’s clean and not crowded (even with several Star Alliance flights due to depart in the next few hours).
As expected, the food on offer was just a few snacks and they were of very average quality.
There were sparkling, red and white wines on offer and for some reason almost two dozen open red wine bottles were stationed around the lounge. It almost looked like the wine had to be used or would go bad by tomorrow!
The internet was fast and easy to connect to and the showers are reportedly nice (although I did not use them).
The lounge is just beautiful and it’s quiet despite the open setup.
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