An alternative Priority Pass option to the larger Royal Jordanian Crown Lounge, the Petra Lounge offers comfort and food, but I’d stick to the RJ lounge.
You’ll find this 24/7 lounge near Gate 208 in the north pier of the departures hall. The lounge shares space with a transit hotel, so upon entering, walk past the front desk and take the elevator down to the second level.
Like much of Jordan, as you enter the lounge you will be met with pictures of the royal family.
You’ll find amenities in this lounge including food and drink, restrooms, comfortable seating and a work area.
The buffet included:
- Hot meat dish with rice
- Desserts (which looked particularly good)
The alcohol selection was limited. I saw only Johnnie Walker Black Label Scotch, Henkes, Gin, and Skyy Vodka.
Adjacent to the buffet, a dining area provided plenty of seating.
Restrooms and showers are available.
Complimentary Wi-Fi was slow, but the lounge did have plenty of power ports.
This lounge has neither the views nor the square footage of the Royal Jordanian Crown Lounge. The food selection is fresher and wider in the RJ lounge as well. Thus, I’d recommend you stick to that one.