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vip lounges at airport

Last time we visited Bali, there was a VIP Lounge at Denpasar airport that you could pay a fee to and then use, does anyone know if this is stil available and if so where it is situated - thanks in advance

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1. Re: vip lounges at airport

There are a few of these available, our favourite is the Premier lounge as the smoking area is outside, and the food is alot nicer.

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2. Re: vip lounges at airport

There is also the Prada and Dewa lounges and when you past through immigration you will probably be bailed up by a representative of one of them.

The price for these is 100,000 per person, so if anyone tries to tell you it's more, argue the point.

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3. Re: vip lounges at airport

Hi

I actually don't think you have any choice these days. The one that is downstairs (Prada?) I think is the only one where you can pay to enter now as the other one which is on the same level as the departure gates and has 2 levels is now only for passengers flying business class - they have renovated it and it's lovely but guess what? No alcohol was available when I was there 10 days ago. It is now the Garuda Executive Lounge.

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4. Re: vip lounges at airport

Are you talking about the Dewa Lounge Ilab, or the Premier?

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5. Re: vip lounges at airport

Hmm Whinnie

I can never remember their names - the Premier lounge is the one right at the far end of the airport where you go up the stairs to access it, right? I think the one they have made into the Garuda Executive Lounge is the one that was called the Dewa Lounge, not far from the Prada Lounge. Does that make sense?

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6. Re: vip lounges at airport

Hi.

Used the Dewa Lounge in August,and will be using it again next week.Its opposite the Garuda Exec lounge and has views of the runways etc.It is on 2 levels,smoking upstairs.Comfortable chairs,clean toilets,fingers food and drinks included.Massage is available there too.At $20AUD...money well spent.

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7. Re: vip lounges at airport

Yep, sounds like the Dewa lounge is no longer.................

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8. Re: vip lounges at airport

Hi Whinnie

Quite right, that is the one that no longer exists - you can only enter there with a business class boarding card.

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9. Re: vip lounges at airport

yes the prada one is downstairs and 100 000. Mediocre food but free alcohol and comfy chairs. Smokers "room" so you aren't bothered by smoke.

Just up a bit on the right was Dewa lounge....much classier but smokers lounge upstairs and it wafts down.

Obviously thats no longer for us mere mortals LOL.

OK where exactly is the premier lounge? and is it 100 000rp?

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10. Re: vip lounges at airport

The Premier lounge is down the corridor on the right and yes you do go up the stairs, it is the Jetstar and a few more business class lounge.

Yes you do have to pay and it is 200,000 rp but it is really worth it .

It is the same service and ambience as Australian lounges.

Because we were delayed on Thursday we were there for breakfast and the chef stands ther and cooks omletes and pancakes to order,also the waiters come to you for bar orders.

Hope this helps