I’ve got a ton of posts to crank out on our family vacation to Sicily and Salzburg. I’m hoping to get my butt in gear. Here’s a quick peek at what I expect to cover:
- Getting There. Connecting In Rome And Using Hertz Gold Plus Rewards Points Overseas
- Hotel Review: Sheraton Catania, Sicily
- A Return To Taormina, A Beautiful City On A Hill
- Our Favorite Part of Taormina
- Exploring Mt. Etna
- Walking And Eating In Downtown Catania
- A Day In Siracusa
- Priority Pass Lounge At Catania Airport
- airberlin To Salzburg
- Hotel Review: Sheraton Grand Salzburg
- Sound of Music Tour
- Walking Around Salzburg
- L’Osteria Restaurant
- Salt Mines at Berchtesgaden
- Cable Car at Untersbergbahn
- Tasty Donuts, Salzburg
- Train To Vienna
- Hotel Review: Park Hyatt Vienna, OMG
- Haus des Meeres: Aqua Terre Zoo
- Austrian Airways Lounge, Vienna Airport
- Austrian Airways VIE-IAD, Business Class Review
- Wrapping Up
This will be a fairly short review since the lounge is a bit on the small side. Catania airport is actually a pretty decent sized airport. It’s something of a modern airport, with floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s been fairly crowded the handful of times I’ve flown through it. Unless you have elite status with the airline you’re traveling on, you should definitely get to the airport early to deal with the lines. The airport itself is only about 20 gates or so, and is served by a host of airlines on a seasonal basis.
The SAC VIP Airport lounge is located a the far left end of the airport once you pass through security. A short flight of stairs or an elevator will get you to the lounge.
Once inside, there’s only seating for about 25 people as well as a small business area. The lounge has passable Wifi.
The food and drink options are fairly limited. There’s a coffee machine and a refrigerator lightly stocked bottled waters, juice and Coke. The food options are pretty minimal as well, pre-packaged muffins and pastry.
Probably the best thing the lounge has going for it is a view of the runway to watch planes land and take-off.
The Final Two Pennies
Given that the airport has been pretty full each time we’ve flown through it, a lounge isn’t the worst thing in the world to have access to. That being said, I’d be hard pressed to pay for access to the SAC VIP Lounge if your Priority Pass membership didn’t cover it for free.
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