Two Cabins, Two Hiltons: Introduction
Review: SATS Premier Lounge Changi T2
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As my flight was departing from Terminal 2, I had the option of heading to The Green Market for breakfast or the SATS Premier Lounge T2. For reasons I myself am still not sure of I headed to the SATS Premier Lounge.
Access to the SATS Premier Lounge can be had through various ways:
- Flying in a premium cabin on select airlines with access agreements to the lounge
- Holding onto a Priority Pass membership, Lounge Key membership, DragonPass membership, or have lounge access passes courtesy of the BOC Elite Miles card through the Arrture app.
- Lounge vouchers from the KrisFlyer Ascend credit card
- Purchase a one-time lounge access voucher at the counter or a discounted lounge pass through the Grab app.
After presenting my Arrture app to the lounge attendant, I was let into the lounge to roam around. To my surprise, the lounge was much bigger than I had expected it to be and looked much different from photos that I have seen prior to visiting the lounge.
There is ample seating available in the lounge in the form of the standard sofa – side table combo, or proper dining tables and bar tables located at the back of the lounge together with all the food. In Aaron’s previous review, he mentioned that there are massage chairs available and they still are. I did not manage to get a picture of it as there were two people enjoying the chairs.
USB-A ports and international sockets are available between seats.
To the left of the entrance are private work cubicles with Samsung Galaxy View tablets in them.
The dining area of the lounge was located at the back of the lounge. When I was there at 6 am, my brain was confused as to which meal was the food on offer being catered for – supper or breakfast. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.
The food didn’t exactly look very appetizing but I was hungry so I swallowed some cookhouse standard fried noodles to fill up my stomach.
If you were rushing to the airport from work and only had access to this lounge, there are showers that are available at the back of the lounge. I did not see any shower attendants hanging around so I believe you must request for a towel from the front desk. Shampoo and Shower Gel are provided in a similar style to what’s in the SilverKris lounges – pump bottles attached to the walls.
Overall I wouldn’t say I am terribly disappointed with the SATS Premier Lounge. It does give you a place to rest and have a bite, but if you would have to pay for it I recommend spending your money elsewhere in the airport.
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