When you initially enter the Aspire Lounge, you may be fooled into thinking it’s a cramped space, however, it opens up to a relatively large seating area around the corner.
It offers a relatively simple range of hot and cold snacks, along with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages – I’d say the cooked food selection on offer is better than the No.1 Lounge.
Seating was plentiful when I was there, however, I can see it filling up quickly and at peak times I could see it being a little chaotic as it’s crammed full of seats.
Wi-Fi wasn’t the best if you want to work, I’d suggest the No.1 Lounge is where you want to go. Although Aspire does have a good amount of decent workspace.
If I were to choose between the lounges, I’d head for the No.1 Lounge as a first choice.
Lounge Rating by Be My Guest (Out of 5)
The Aspire Lounge is accessible to Priority Pass members, paid guests and a bunch of others
Food/Beverages | ✈✈✈
Facilities | ✈✈
Vibe | ✈✈
Wi-Fi | ✈✈ (PW: aspireautumn2017 – see Wi-Fi pic for more details)
Overall | ✈✈
Things To Note
- Limited F&B
- No shower facilities
- Power sockets at most seats
- Slower Wi-Fi than No.1 Lounge
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