This Review of the Premier Lounge at Bali's Denpasar Airport (DPS) is part of a Bali trip report, and one of our many Airport Lounge Reviews. For our Bali luxury hotel reviews in this report, see:
Premier Lounge Denpasar Access Policy
These passengers have access to the Premier Lounge:
- Business Class passengers of Air New Zealand, Air Niugini, Cathay Pacific, Cathay Dragon, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, Emirates, EVA Air, HongKong Airlines, Jetstar, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, NAM Air, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Royal Brunei, SilkAir, Singapore Airlines, Sriwijaya Air, Thai Airways
- Priority Pass members, subject to space constraints
Premier Lounge Denpasar Location and Hours
The lounge is located airside, after security and immigration, on the mezzanine level. The lounge's red sign is visible from the ground floor:
Make your way to the right, where there's a staircase and elevator to the mezzanine level.
The Premier Air Lounge is open 24 hours daily.
Premier Lounge Denpasar Airport Lounge Amenities and Food
We were in the lounge mid-afternoon, before our 4pm flight, and the lounge was packed. Thankfully some friendly South African surfers moved their bags so that we were able to sit at a table. I liked the cool looking ceiling skylights, letting in natural light from above. The lounge opened in 2015, so it's still fairly new looking.
The WiFi was good enough to conduct a Skype call for work, although the background noise was distracting.
There are showers, but they were all occupied the entire time we were there, so I wouldn't count on them; take a shower at your hotel before departing for the airport.
On the cold buffet, there were various finger sandwiches, desserts, fresh fruit, salad, and some kind of potato and corn salad.
There were only a few hot buffet options, which were quite picked over and not replaced often enough. Here was a tofu dish:
There was a bar for alcoholic drinks, as well as a refrigerated case with sodas and bottled water.
There were also a couple of juices, and infused water.
I liked the skylights and ceiling design in the Premier Lounge, but the lounge was simply too crowded to be enjoyable. There were was a decent variety of food, from sandwiches, a few hot dishes such as noodles and a tofu dish, as well as rice, but none of it was very good. That said, the WiFi worked decently, and the gate area, when it came time to board our Cathay Pacific flight, was even more hectic and crowded, so the lounge was better than the gate.
If you've visited the Premier Lounge in Denpasar, Bali recently, what was your experience?
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