Priority Pass Review: Concordia Lounge Bali at Denpasar International

A quick visit to the Concordia Lounge in Bali.

This review is part of a series:
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Review: Cathay Dragon A321 Business Class
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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
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After a disappointing 10 minutes at the Garuda Indonesia Domestic Lounge, we skipped down the hall to the Concordia Lounge Bali. The Concordia Lounge is part of the Priority Pass network, and is the only Priority Pass lounge option in the Domestic Terminal.

It has much nicer curb appeal, so we felt like this might be a promising space to hold up for 50 minutes until it was time to board GA415 to Jakarta.

While checking in to the lounge, we noticed a reflexology massage menu with extremely affordable prices for 30, 45, and 60 minute massages.

The most expensive option was a “Combination package” for 150,000 IDR ($11 USD). The going rate around town was between 80,000 to 120,000 IDR — so this is super competitive for airport pricing.

Beyond the check in counter was a narrow hallway leading into the lounge.

The Concordia Lounge felt much larger than the Garuda Indonesia Domestic Lounge and had several seating areas across a large, open room. The lounge was virtually empty, and most of the visitors were actually flight crews.

Unfortunately, the seats weren’t particularly comfortable, and most of the upholstered fabric chairs looked dirty and worn out.

The food and beverage options weren’t any better than what we saw at the Garuda Indonesia Domestic Lounge. I’d suggest steering clear of the food here as well, since we saw a couple small cockroaches scuttling around and beneath the food and drink trays. But I still photographed the food area for documentation purposes.

Bottom Line

Unfortunately, at if you’re flying domestically out of DPS, there really are no good lounge options. Both the Garuda Indonesia and Concordia Lounges leave a lot to be desired. Unless you’re interested in a cheap reflexology massage, we’d skip over the Concordia Lounge and just hang out at the 300th Starbucks Store located on the other side of the small domestic terminal.

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