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Star Alliance Lounge, Buenos Aires

Guest Writer, Michelle Tchea

The Star Alliance Lounge in Buenos Aires offers a design-inspired haven 24 hours a day, seven days a week for travellers looking to relax in comfort and style. 

The Airline: Star Alliance Group.

The Lounge: Star Alliance Lounge Buenos Aires.

Location: Terminal B, opposite Gate 9.

Other Airlines: The lounge is open to Star Alliance airline travellers including Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, and United Airlines.


The Star Alliance Lounge in Buenos Aires offers one of the most pleasant experiences with excellent customer service leading the well designed space. First and Business class passengers, including Star Alliance Gold Card Holders have access to a relatively small but spacious in-feel facility. A very modern Argentinian feel shines throughout the lounge with furnishings by an Argentinian designer set to resemble Campo - the Argentinian countryside. The dining area is relatively small but well looked after by very friendly and efficient staff - keeping the place clean and tidy despite hungry guest streaming in. Relaxing in the lounge area with lots of USB charging points, computers and television is welcoming to the weary traveller.

Food & Drink

I arrived relatively early in the morning so had access to the buffet breakfast. There was a small hot food section which consisted of scrambled eggs, roasted tomatoes and some potato omelettes. There was also some chopped fruit and simple yogurt made up one side of the buffet. Coffee is self-service and only beer was provided as individual bottles. There was also a large cheese platter and ham sandwiches available - but they do not last long if the lounge is full of guests, yet the staff are very efficient in stocking the food to ensure happy travellers are well-fed. 


Access to showers and bathroom is available, however, on this occasion I did not use either. The biggest perk and drawcard of the lounge is the actual lounge area with ottomans to relax in and dream about how you miss and love Buenos Aires. There are desks for business but I did not feel the need to use them. Large TV screens are dotted around the lounge to give all the latest updates from international news channels. Sufficient magazines also available to read. Loves 

  • The extremely friendly staff - especially at the front desk. 
  • The lounge design. 
  • The comfortable and stylish Ottomans.

Insider Tips

  • Make full use of the wonderful staff to keep you updated or even help you change your seat on your flight.


About Our Guest Writer

Michelle Tchea is the bestselling author of four books on travel, food and culture, and her work has been published in over 100 international magazines. She is also the owner of the Organics Company, Healthy Spoon, in Australia and a consulting firm in Europe, PopIntel Group, a luxury strategy firm in F&B. Michelle was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, and has a steady stream of followers on social media reaching millions. Michelle's new book, Chefs Collectiveis out now. 


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  1. Posted by on 8th Jan 2019 Verified Customer

    Looks Good 4 Star Review

    my husband and I were in Argentina last year as part of a South America tour for 3 weeks. We LOVED the countries we visited, especially Buenos Aires! We flew with Qantas and its partners mostly and weren't in business so we didn't get to experience any lounges. This one looks nice though for another time.......I would love to go back and learn how to tango properly :)

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