Use the Business Lounge: AeroMexico International in Mexico City (Review)

Salones Premier is AeroMexico’s business lounge in Mexico City for travelers. It includes a wide array of comforts and services, from business centers to a variety of delicious appetizers and snacks, as well as 15 minute spa services. Mexico City offers three different Salon Premier locations, including one that is dedicated to international travelers in […]

Salones Premier is AeroMexico’s business lounge in Mexico City for travelers. It includes a wide array of comforts and services, from business centers to a variety of delicious appetizers and snacks, as well as 15 minute spa services. Mexico City offers three different Salon Premier locations, including one that is dedicated to international travelers in Terminal 2.

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The business lounge for international visitors is small but more than sufficient to give travelers a sense of their own space. Clusters of contemporary, beige leather chairs, and several conference tables where you can work or log into your laptop. The center of the lounge includes a bar, and beverages and snacks are complimentary. The AeroMexico Premier Lounge has an open air space and a back room where passengers can take care of their work.

I arrived in the evening, so there were croissant sandwiches and airline snacks as well as wine, beer, juice and sodas. The lounge also includes a small spa area where they offer 15 minute massages. I didn’t get a chance to take advantage of that; however, I did use the lounge for several hours while waiting for my connection home, and was able to work without disruption. And as far as service was concerned, the lounge staff stopped by several times while I worked to ask me if I needed any of my drinks or snacks refreshed – nice touch.

Lounges are located on the second level in Terminal 2, and there are actually several different business lounges, so feel free to ask for directions.

Salón Premier – Terminal 1

  • Located at gate 19 of International departures on the second floor.
    Open everyday from 5:00am – midnight.

Salón Premier – Terminal 2

    • Located on the second floor of Terminal 2 in domestic departures after the security checkpoint.

Open everyday from 3:00am – midnight.

Amenities:

  • Flight check-in for passengers that are connecting
  • Coffee service
  • Snack service
  • Courtesy bar
  • Selection of magazines and newspapers
  • Satellite TV
  • Local calls at no cost
  • Drop off for delivery service
  • Fax service
  • HP business center
  • Printing services
  • Wireless internet access

Salon Premier – T2 also includes (international visitors):

  • Entertainment center with the most updated videogames and consoles like XBOX, NINTENDO and Wi Fi.
  • Desértika Spa
  • Get to know the new concept Taste & Shop by La Europea, where you can find well known liquors and wines as well as an exclusive variety of cheeses and cold cuts.

Support Staff Schedule: Mon – Fri 6:00am – 10:00pm

  • Lost or forgotten Club Premier Cards can be printed on site that acknowledge your membership and program status. Gold and platinum members will also receive their luggage identifications.
  • Premier Account statement can be looked-up and printed out.
  • Retroactive accreditation of flight kilometers with Aeromexico and of Skyteam airline members (in this case please present boarding pass).
  • Upgrades to Clase Premier when available.
  • Reservations for future trips through Premier kilometers.
  • Changes to reservations made with Premier kilometers.
  • Purchase and / or renovate Salon Premiere Membership, One Day Pass and Acceso Único coupon booklet.

Rob is editor of Business Travel Destinations. He was voted among the top 10 business travel bloggers by USA TODAY 10Best. Rob reviews international destinations for meetings and events — where business travelers go, the hotels where they stay and their lifestyle preferences on the road. He spent more than a decade planning hundreds of corporate events throughout the U.S. for a Fortune 50 company, including meetings, conferences, seminars, executive retreats and other special events. Rob was previously the event planning guide for About.com (owned by The New York Times Company) from 2007 – 2011. His articles have appeared in business travel publications and travel sites internationally.

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  1. 3 lounges available – RT @businesstravel: AeroMexico International Business Lounge in Mexico City http://t.co/VkDRRLrN

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