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The Club at MCO Priority Pass Lounge Review

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The Club at MCO Orlando Priority Pass Lounge Review

There are two Priority Pass Lounges at Orlando MCO airport – one is in Terminal 1 (Gates 1-29) and other is in Terminal 4 (Gates 70-99).

We were in Terminal 4.  The Club at MCO is on your right as you walk into the 90-99 section. Take the elevator to the third floor.

The Club at MCO - Main

We arrived at 4:30 p.m. It was about half full when we arrived but was packed by the time we left.

The lounge provides a few separate seating areas

and a fairly large bar area with a wide variety of beer, wines and spirits included with admission.

The Club at MCO - Lounge

Food and Drink at The Club at MCO

There is a separate area for food.

When you first enter there is a snack bar. Treats include Pecan Sandies and Milano cookies as well as granola bars. There were also jars with a trail mix and another with Jelly Belly candies.

There was a choice of two soups: chicken noodle and tomato basil.

There was a small salad bar

The Club at MCO - Food bar

and some snack sandwiches and noodle salad.

You can also get ramen noodle cups.

UPDATE: on my recent trip (December 2018) I arrived at noon and there were hot entrees – curry chicken and vegetable lasagna.

The Club at MCO - Food

Updated snack bar with snacks in glass jars.

For beverages there was a self-serve soda machine and coffee and tea.

In a separate area there was a small cooler with Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, a few different juices and some bottled water. I use the term cooler loosely because the drinks weren’t very cold.

Additional opportunities

For the kids there is even a small game room.

The Club at MCO

And if you need to freshen up there are two shower rooms.

Conclusion

The Club at MCO in Terminal 4 is a good sized lounge and fine if you happen to arrive when it is not crowded. But be aware that there might not be enough seats at busy times of day.

Food is snack oriented but there is a decent variety.

The bar is more than adequate.

The kids room is a bonus and there are showers.

Hours

6:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.  Monday
6:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.  Tuesday – Sunday

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