The best thing this Priority Pass lounge has going for it is the spa inside. That’s worth a visit, even if you skip the food and drink.
In terms of Priority Pass lounges, this one rates above average. Dark lighting and comfortable seating make for a tranquil environment to wait for your flight. Internet is slow, but better than in the Pura Indah lounge next door (also a Priority Pass lounge).
A smoking and computer room are also available:
A buffet offers a very respectable selection of food and drink.
Restrooms and showers are available.
But what I appreciated about this lounge was the reflexology studio. For 80,000IDR (about $6), you could get a 30-minute foot and back massage. That’s on the expensive side for Indonesia, but a great price for an airport massage.
I had the time, so I tried it out: there were four chairs and three of the four occupied. The massage was 20-minutes feet/ankles and 10 minute back, and just right. The masseuse spoke very little English and a TV was annoyingly blaring inside the room. Even so, the massage was excellent.
If Priority Pass really wanted to win some loyalty, it could include 30-mintue of complimentary massage with each entrance: with so many restaurants added to the line-up, why not a massage place? But whether you use the massage facilities or not, this is my favorite Priority Pass lounge at Jakarta Airport. You’ll find it in Terminal 2D. Opening hours are from 3am – 1am daily.