The Priority Pass lounges at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is the Miracle Lounge.
While Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) has nine Miracle Lounges, this review of the Miracle Lounge in Terminal G will give you a sense of what to expect at any of them.
What is Priority Pass?
Priority Pass is a program that provides access to over 1,000 airport lounges around the world.
Lisa and I both have unlimited use of Priority Pass lounges at airports thanks to holding the Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa credit card. In Europe and Asia we are constantly pleasantly surprised at the wide availability of Priority Pass lounges.
Here are our Priority Pass lounge reviews from Hanoi Domestic Terminal 1, Da Nang International Terminal, both Priority Pass lounges at Bali Airport, Priority Pass Lounge Singapore Terminal 4 and Priority Pass Lounge Penang International Terminal.
In addition to being the Priority Pass Lounge at BKK, Miracle Lounge is also the premium cabin contract lounge for many airlines.
So we also had access included with our business class flight on Hong Kong Airlines from Bangkok to Hong Kong.
Food Priority Pass Lounge at BKK
Our flight departed Bangkok at 4am. Ouch.
Fortunately, the Miracle Lounge is open 24 hours a day!
We were interested to see what sort of food would be available at that hour. The answer was: not much.
There were a few sandwiches, some fruit, soup and salad.
But the hot food trays were all empty.
Drinks Priority Pass Lounge at BKK
While the lounge was stingy on food at 4am, there were lots of free beverages, both soft and hard.
A full self-serve bar of alcohol, wine and beer is on offer. Neither top shelf nor bottom, the selection is made up of mid-range name brands.
Soda, water, juice and coffee are also plentiful. Especially nice are the water bottles that you can grab and take with you on your flight.
Seating Priority Pass Lounge at BKK
The seating is comfortable and, at 4am at least, plentiful!
Shower Room Priority Pass Lounge at BKK
There is one small shower room at the lounge. It was open and appeared to operate on a first-come, first-served basis.
First Class Area
There is a First Class Area in the lounge that was closed at 4am.
Bottom Line – Priority Pass Lounge at BKK
At 4 in the morning we were pleased to have any lounge access at all.
Other than missing the hot food, the Miracle Lounge at BKK offers everything you could hope for in an Asian airport lounge at 4am!