VIP lounges in Madrid International airport, Spain

Wondering how to spend your waiting time before departure at the airport lounges of Madrid airport? Adolfo Suárez – Madrid Barajas airport has four terminals and an additional satellite terminal building, each of which provides passengers with the opportunity to unwind in an exclusive relaxing atmosphere and arrive refreshed at their next destination. Travellers are advised to choose a lounge located in the same terminal they will be departing from to avoid missing their flight or simply because, in most cases, they will only be allowed into the premises when the terminal coincides with the one printed on their boarding pass.

The category of your airplane ticket, being the holder of specific Mastercard or AMEX cards or a certain number of accumulated frequent flyer miles may grant you admission to airport lounges, but even when you do not meet any of the aforementioned requirements, you may purchase a pass entitling you to use the AENA lounges in Madrid Airport for a maximum of four hours before your scheduled boarding time.

VIP passenger lounges in Madrid

As previously stated, each terminal of Adolfo Suárez – Madrid Barajas airport in the capital city of Spain has a dedicated lounge in accordance with the flights operated from them. See which one suits your travel needs best:

Cibeles lounge in Madrid airport T1: located on the second level and open for passengers of non-schengen flights, this space offers comfortable seating, free WiFi internet, catering, papers and magazines and onsite facilities where customers may have a shower. It is a 24-hour service.

Puerta de Alcalá lounge in Barajas airport, Spain: business travellers with a valid boarding pass for a schengen flight may use this accessible lounge on the second floor of T2 and enjoy, apart from the basic services that are common to all Aena lounges, privileges such as fast security lanes, babysitting, meet and assist, beauty care, wellness and the advice from personal shoppers. Its opening hours go from 5:00 to 23:00.

-“Puerta del Sol” and “Plaza Mayor” VIP lounges in Madrid: situated in Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 respectively, these airport lounges in Barajas airport are available from 5:00 until midnight, providing visitors with cold and hot catering, international press, complimentary WiFi and areas specifically designated to relax away from the noise of the crowded terminals. Both are dedicated to passengers travelling within the Schengen area.

Neptuno airport lounge in Adolfo Suárez – Madrid Barajas airport: on the second level of the satellite terminal building, this space is exclusively available to travellers with a boarding pass that have access to the restricted T4S for transcontinental flights. With long-haul routes in mind, it provides extras like showers, a wide array of food and drink choices and cosy sofas.

Iberia lounges in Madrid airport: As the hub of Iberia and Iberia Express in Spain, Madrid International airport accommodates Iberia Business lounges on both Terminal 4 and Terminal 4S, catering to the needs of customers holding business class tickets or having reached the emerald or sapphire status as members of the OneWorld frequent flyer program. Contact the airline to find out more about the Dali and Velázquez Iberia airport lounges in Madrid.

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Changing terminals in Madrid Barajas airport of Spain

Have you already check the terminal in which your Madrid airport lounge is located? If you are transferring to a connecting flight or have just found out that you are in the wrong terminal, see how to arrive at the correct building below:

Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are connected by a corridor for passengers in transit to walk along. Provided that they already have their luggage checked to the ongoing destination, security must be cleared again. There is also a free shuttle bus covering the journey from the baggage claim area in T1 to T4S (the satellite terminal).

-For visitors in general with or without a boarding pass, complimentary shuttle buses run services between the four main terminals every 5 minutes 24 hours a day.

-Should you need to transfer from T4 to T4S for a transcontinental flight, follow the signage system to take the automated underground train towards the restricted-access satellite building.

Planning for your leisure or business trip to Madrid

You may purchase your airport lounge passes in advance through Aena’s official website; their validity lasts six months after the purchase. If your layover will be longer than a few hours, we recommend you book a hotel room inside Adolfo Suárez – Madrid Barajas and sleep well for your early morning flight.

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