Review: MasterCard Lounge Prague Airport, Priority Pass

Review-MasterCard Lounge Prague Airport-Funky Seating


This MasterCard Lounge at Prague Airport Review (a Priority Pass lounge) is part of a Europe trip report, including Singapore Business Class, Lufthansa First Class, SAS Business Class, and luxury hotel reviews in Frankfurt, Prague, St. Petersburg and Copenhagen.

MasterCard Lounge at Prague Airport Access Policy

These passengers have access to the MasterCard Lounge:

  • MasterCard Platinum cardholders
  • Diners Club International cardholders
  • Priority Pass members
  • Czech Airlines Business Class passengers
  • OK Plus Platinum, Gold and Silver members
  • SkyTeam Elite Plus
  • MasterCard Lounge voucher holders


MasterCard Lounge at Prague Airport Location and Hours

The MasterCard Lounge is located in Terminal 1, after security, up an escalator. It's open daily from 5:30am-11:30pm. Terminal 1 at Prague Airport is for flights to non-Schengen countries, including Russia (where we were flying), the U.S., Canada, Middle East, Africa and Asia.


MasterCard Lounge at Prague Airport Amenities

In terms of the seating, the lounge is divided into a cafe section, which is the first part you come to, before the small buffet. There's a funky looking orange and black seating area by one wall, with more conventional table seating in the center of the room.

Review-MasterCard Lounge Prague Airport-Cafe Seating


World clocks along one wall give the current time for Prague, London, Abu Dhabi, Seoul, Moscow and New York–an assortment of cities that I've never seen, where a group of world clocks is concerned.

Review-MasterCard Lounge Prague Airport-Priority Pass Lounge


As you can see, the color scheme is in keeping with MasterCard's red and yellow colors, and there's even a table that more explicitly incorporates the MasterCard logo:

Review-MasterCard Lounge Prague Airport-Yellow-Red MasterCard Colors


The more popular seating area, which gets great natural light from the windows, is the relaxation area.

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Seating

Review-MasterCard Lounge Prague Airport-Lounge Seating


Here's a view of the tarmac from the lounge:

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-View of Tarmac


Along one wall is a faux plant wall, like a cheap version of what you see in AMEX Centurion Lounges.

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Green Wall


There are also showers available (ask a staff member for access).

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Shower Rooms


WiFi was fine, although could have been faster, and there was a shortage of power outlets, so don't necessarily count on being able to charge your devices here.

For parents with little kids, there was even a kids' playroom:

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Kids Playroom


MasterCard Lounge at Prague Airport Food and Drink

As at most Priority Pass lounges I've been to, food was nothing to write home about, but the basics were covered, so you won't starve. There were sandwiches, bread rolls and various cold cuts:

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Sandwiches

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Cold Cuts

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Bread Rolls


There were also some fried chicken nuggets:

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Fried Chicken


The item we were happiest about was plain yogurt: we had a bowl of it.

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Plain Yogurt


There was also dried cereal:

Review-MasterCard Lounge Prague Airport-Cereal


In the lounge area by the windows, by the faux plant wall, were some other dried snacks:

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Snacks


I had no appetite for anything alcoholic at 10:30am, but there were self-serve spirits, wine and beer:

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Liquor-Wines-Soda

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And for those needing a caffeine fix, there was an espresso machine:

MasterCard Lounge Prague Review-Espresso Machine


The Verdict

The MasterCard Lounge at Prague Airport was quite crowded in the more popular seating area by the windows during our late morning visit, although there was plenty of space in the darker interior section. The bright colors and bold shapes made it a more interesting looking lounge than your typical drab Priority Pass lounge. Food options were far from gourmet, but there was plenty of it. We didn't need a shower, but there are some shower rooms that an attendant can open for you, handy if you have a long layover.

If you visited the MasterCard Lounge at Prague Airport recently, what was your experience?

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