The Oman Air Lounge Bangok is one of many youโ€™ll be able to access if you have a Priority Pass card, or if youโ€™re flying with Oman Air in Business or First. While less impressive than the likes of the Cathay Pacific or Qatar lounges in Bangkok, itโ€™s probably the best Priority Pass option.

Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Location and Access

Bangkok Airport can be hard to navigate. Unlike other major airports, the airport only has one terminal. The terminal is divided into concourses, but it can often be a long walk to get from check-in and security to your gate, or desired airport lounge. The Oman Air Lounge Bangok is located in Concourse E and is open 24 hours per day. Fortunately, my flight was leaving from Councourse D, meaning it was only a short (less than 10 minutes) walk to catch my flight.

Oman Air Lounge Bangok Entrance

If you have a Priority Pass Card, you’ll be able to access the Oman Air Lounge Bangkok. I have a Priority Pass Card through my Amex Platinum Card. This allows me to access an unlimited number of airport lounges – Bangkok can be a fun option, due to the number of lounges in the Priority Pass Programme. In my opinion, the Oman Air Lounge Bangkok is the best Priority Pass option in the airport. It’s certainly far superior to the Turkish Airlines Business Lounge which we’ve previously reviewed.

Alternatively, if you’re flying in Business or First with Oman Air, you’ll also gain access. It’s worth noting that in 2024, Oman Air is scheduled to join the oneworld alliance. This presumably means that oneworld Sapphire and Emerald members will also be able to gain access from then, providing they’re flying with a oneworld airline.

The Space

The Oman Air Lounge Bangok is a fairly small space. The lounge is divided into two main sections. The first features a self-service bar and food area, while the second contains various types of seating and offers a quieter space to relax.

Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Main Seating Area Oman Air Lounge Bangkok seating

The interiors were nice. They reminded me slightly of Qatar’s lounge in Bangkok. Unfortunately, the lounge doesn’t have any windows or views. This makes the area feel less spacious, and the lack of natural light is unfortunate. We were visiting at 4am in the morning – but during the daytime, this’d definitely be a downside.

Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Seating Space

During our visit, the lounge was almost empty. This meant it was straightforward finding somewhere to sit, and the space felt fairly relaxed. I’m not sure how it’d feel immediately prior to an Oman Air departure, however.

Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Seating Area

Showers are also available if you’d like to use them. They were well appointed, and Oman Air offers a good selection of amenities.

Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Shower Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Shower Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Shower Amenities

Food and Drinks at the Oman Air Lounge Bangkok

Typically, airline lounges have better food and drink offerings than contract or airport operated lounges. Despite also being open to Priority Pass members, it was good to see Oman Air following this philosophy. Of all the Priority Pass lounges in Bangkok, Oman Air offers the best selection of food and drinks. So if you’re looking for a couple of drinks, or a bit of preflight dining, I’d definitely recommend visiting this lounge.

You won’t find any champagne here. This said, they did offer a fairly decent prosecco. It was a nice touch being able to choose either the brut or rosรฉ option. There were also a couple of different red and white wines to choose from.

Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Prosecco

The spirits selection was also quite good – certainly when compared to any of the other priority pass options in Bangkok.

Oman Air Lounge Bangkok drinks

During our visit, breakfast was being served. I sampled some of the hot options and they were all good.

Additionally, there were a number of cold options, including cheeses, hummus and some fancy looking cakes.

Overall, I thought the selection was good. While there are no cook to order options, such as you’ll find at the Cathay Pacific or Qatar lounges, what was available was of a high standard.

Oman Air Lounge Bangkok Conclusions

The Oman Air Lounge Bangkok is a great option if you have a Priority Pass card. It easily surpasses any of the other lounges open to Priority Pass members, including the Turkish Airlines Business Lounge.

While it’s a shame the lounge doesn’t benefit from views of the airport, or natural light, it does offer a well designed space and a good selection of food and drinks. I’d have no hesitation visiting during my next trip to Bangkok.