New Lounges for the Priority Pass Network (Including Sleeping Cabins in Paris!)

New Lounges for the Priority Pass Network (Including Sleeping Cabins in Paris!)

Priority Pass is an independent airport lounge access across 130 countries around the globe. While a Priority Pass membership can be purchased, it’s now more common for  cardholders of many premium credit cards to have a Priority Pass membership included in their card membership. Priority Pass has the most extensive lounge network in the world. Priority Pass has recently announced threw newest additions to the their network.

Here are the newest additions tot he Priority Pass lounge network for July and August 2017:


Xichang Qingshan (XIC)
First Class Lounge

Jiuzhaigou Jiuzhai Huanglong ((JZH)
VIP Service Center

Nanchang Changbei International (KHN)
CIP Lounge

Yinchuan Hedong International (INC)
First Class Lounge

Wuhai (WUA)
First Class Lounge

Wuhai (WUA)
VIP Lounge

Beijing Nanyuan (NAY)
Super Class Lounge


Marsa Alam International (RMF)
Pearl Assist


Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG)
YotelAir Paris Charles de Gaulle


Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Intl (BOM)
Aviserv Lounge


Venice Marco Polo (VCE)
Travelex Business Centre


San Luis Potosi Ponciano Arriaga Intl (SLP)
Salon Aeromar


Yangon International (RGN)
Mingalar Sky Lounge


Fes Saiss International (FEZ)
Pearl Lounge (Arrivals)

Fes Saiss International (FEZ)
Pearl Lounge (Departures)

Casablanca Mohammed V Intl (CMN)
Pearl Lounge (Arrivals)

Agadir Al Massira International (AGA)
Pearl Lounge

Rabat Sale (RBA)
Pearl Lounge (Departures)


Abuja Nnamdi Azikiwe Intl (ABV)
The Gabfol Lounge

Saudi Arabia

Riyadh King Khalid International (RUH)
naSmiles Lounge

Untied Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi Intl (AUH)
Diamond Lounge

Unites States

Portland OR International (PDX)
Capers Cafe Le bar

Portland OR International (PDX)
Capers Market

Minn/St. Paul MN Intl (MSP)
PGA MSP Lounge

Most interesting to me is the YotelAir Paris Charles de Gaulle which is an airside terminal hotel and lounge in CDG’s Terminal E. Priority Pass members will receive a €10 credit allowance per person per visit. You can book a sleeping cabin directly on the Yotel website.

I’m a regular Priority Pass lounge user so I always welcome more options around the globe.

Any of these lounges are your upcoming travel plans? Have you reserved a Yotel cabin before? Would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

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