Miracle Lounge, Concourse G – Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport
Location: Concourse G, Airside
Hours: 24 Hours
Cost: Priority Pass accepted, other passengers for a fee
WiFi: Yes, free
Food: Yes, served buffet style. Alcohol available as part of buffet.
Table Service: No
Date of Visit: June 2, 2017
We were on our way home after a too-quick trip to Myanmar and Thailand. Since Korean Air doesn’t operate a lounge in Bangkok, Business Class passengers are given access to the Miracle Lounge in Concourse G.
The lounge is located right next to the Louis Tavern Dayroom Transit Hotel in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK). The space is huge, with plenty of seating area dotted across the lounge. Right by the entrance were a couple rows of leather lounge chairs that faced floor to ceiling glass that looked out to the airport – great for people watching (though there wasn’t very much going on). At 9pm on a Friday night, it wasn’t impossible to find a seat here (or anywhere else in the lounge, really).
We decided to grab a bite before our flight, so we walked over to the dining area in the back. On our way there, we walked through more seating that lined the wall.
The dining area consisted of a few tables with colorful wooden and cloth chairs. Honestly, it looked a little bit like an elementary school library. Behind the dining area was some more lounge chairs, this time, worn, bright orange velvet chairs.
The food situation was pretty disappointing, especially in comparison the the other Miracle Lounge we visited at the airport. The buffet consisted of mostly un-replenished trays of fruit, chips, pretzels, and other snacks. In terms of warm food, there was some puff pastries sitting in a food warmer, though these tasted like they’d been sitting there all day. There was plenty of liquor though, so if you were in the market for that, you would have been in luck.
I’d pass on this lounge. It was pretty disappointing, especially considering that Miracle Lounge operates nicer looking lounges in the same airport. What’s worse is that we got access to this lounge through our Business Class ticket on Korean Air. It’s not the worst lounge I’ve been to, but if you have Priority Pass, I’d suggest checking out the other Miracle Lounges in the airport – many seem to accept the card.