The EasyGo VIP International Lounge in Hangzhou (HGH) served one key purpose: I was able to charge my devices prior to my AirAsia flight.
You might have trouble finding this Priority Pass lounge unless you can read Chinese. Look for this sign:
You won’t even see the Priority Pass logo until you step inside. I visited the lounge around 10pm and there wasn’t much to see: comfortable seating and power ports were the main draw (no converter necessary).
In terms of food and drink, a limited selection of packaged snacks and soft drinks were on offer. There was also a Swiss-made Jure coffee machine. As it was quite late and I hoped to sleep on the flight, I skipped my urge for a late-night espresso.
The hot food containers were empty, perhaps because it was after 10:00 p.m.
I tried some beef jerky, which tasted off, as well as Biscoff cookies (was nice to see those) and a bottle of water.
The lady at the front desk spoke no English, but was very courteous/friendly. I did not see any other lounge workers during my 45-minute stay.
The lounge is located in Terminal 2A near Gate A08 with hours of operation from 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily. That was perfect for me since my AirAsia flight left just a few paces away. There was also an Air China and China Southern flight leaving in the same area.