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Review: Cathay Pacific A350 Business Class
Review: The Pier Business Lounge HKG
Review: Cathay Dragon A321 Business Class
Review: JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa
Review: Coral Executive Lounge at HKT
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Review: Plaza Premium Satellite Lounge at KUL
Review: Hyatt Regency Bali
Review: Courtyard Bali Seminyak Resort
Review: Garuda Indonesia Domestic Lounge at DPS
Review: Concordia Lounge Bali at DPS
Review: Garuda Indonesia Business Class
Review: Saphire – Plaza Premium Lounge at CGK
Review: Cathay Pacific A330 Business Class
Review: Qantas Hong Kong Lounge at HKG
Review: Cathay Pacific 777-300ER Business Class
After bidding farewell to our gorgeous Ocean Front suite at the JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa, we made a quick 30-minute visit to the Coral Executive Lounge before our upcoming flight to Kuala Lumpur.
Phuket has Coral Lounges in both the Domestic (T1) and International (T2) Terminals. The Coral Executive Lounge in Terminal 2 is located on the 4th floor of the International Terminal alongside a handful of other Coral and Thai Royal Orchid lounges.
The lounge features a small spread of hot and cold food – not too shabby for a small contract lounge in Phuket.
There is seating capacity for about 50 people as well, with views that look down towards the terminal.
The lounge also provides WiFi, which tested quickly enough to stream video.
The most impressive feature of this small lounge is the complementary 15-minute head, neck and shoulder massage. We didn’t see it advertised anywhere, except in the conditions section of the Priority Pass website.
I’m guessing other guests weren’t aware of this benefit, since we were able to receive our massages immediately. Shortly after ours were finished, a line began to form and the two masseuses had their work cut out for them.
After our massages, we made our way to gate 84 to board our flight to Kuala Lumpur on MH787.
Overall, we were really pleased with the Coral Executive Lounge and would totally recommend dropping in for a quick massage if you find yourself with a little extra time in Phuket. Just don’t forget to bring change to tip your masseuse (we gave them US dollars since we didn’t have any Thai Baht left).