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Lounge Review: Amex Centurion Lounge Mexico City (MEX) Terminal 2

The Amex Centurion Lounge in the Mexico City Airport has been recently renovated and reopened. This lounge is accessible to those with an Amex Platinum or Amex Centurion credit card. There are Centurion lounges in both terminals, but this review is for Terminal 2.

a man with luggage at a reception desk
Entrance to the lounge

The design of the renovated lounge reminds me of the Centurion lounges in the U.S. It’s pretty spacious with lots of different seating options. There are two floors to the lounge: upstairs, you’ll find the spa (and shower room), dining room, and tables; downstairs you’ll find a cafe/bar area, a small children’s area, and couches. There’s also a zen room tucked away (with a separate staircase from the rest of the upstairs). Centurion cardholders have access to a separate space.

people sitting at tables in a room with a laptop
Downstairs tables
a woman sitting on a couch in a room with a suitcase
Downstairs couches
a room with chairs and a table
More seating downstairs
a room with tables and chairs
Bar area downstairs
a room with tables and chairs
Upstairs dining area
a table with chairs around it
Upstairs seating options
a blue couch with a glass wall behind it
Upstairs seating
a room with chairs and a person lying on it
Zen room
a tray of fruit and water on a table
Only self-serve refreshments in the lounge? Found at the zen room
a bathroom with a sink and mirror
Shower room
a shower with a glass shelf
Shower room

Nothing is self service in this lounge, which means service can be slow(ish). There’s also potentially a language barrier (I am to blame for not speaking Spanish). But the hosts were generally attentive in offering drinks and food.

One thing that’s different about this lounge from Amex lounges in the US is that a lot of the food and drinks appeared to require payment. I was given a laminated card that said I was entitled to some food, but they have a more extensive paid menu of food options.

a sign with text on it
Complimentary menu
a bowl of fruit and cereal
Fruit and granola

Overall, it’s probably the nicest lounge I visited in MEX in terms of sitting (although it did get quite crowded by the time I left), but I’m not a fan of the weird a la carte menu.


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