Vietnam’s largest international airport resides in Hanoi, the Noi Bai International Airport (HAN). It hosts two Priority Pass lounges, one in each of two terminals.
The domestic terminal at HAN is Terminal 1 with the Song Hong Premium Lounge. The international terminal is Terminal 2 with the Song Hong Business Lounge. The two terminals are not within walking distance, but there is a bus should you require it.
On a flight heading towards Seoul, South Korea I had the opportunity to briefly enjoy the international lounge. Before I did so I explored some of the restaurants and airport pre-security, and then headed thru to find the Song Hong Business Lounge.
Song Hong Business Lounge Noi Bai International Airport International Terminal 2, Vietnam
The Song Hong Business Lounge is an oasis for relaxation in the busy Hanoi Airport. For Priority Pass members lounge access is free! This is a large spacious lounge with numerous sitting and relaxing areas, view of the runway and mountains, and a lot of upscale amenities. It’s a pleasure!
- Hours: 06:00 – 02:00 daily
- Location: Airside – International Departures. After Security Checks, 4th Floor, near Gate 28.
- Priority Pass Website: prioritypass.com/…
Food at Song Hong Business Lounge
The food choice is wide ranging with numerous local Vietnamese dishes, along with international fare. Cool sandwiches, hot entrees, salad, dessert and beverage bar. Make your own lattes or cocktails with a small selection of bottled booze. There is no bar, but numerous other amenities.
Amenities at Song Hong Business Lounge
The seating is solid here. You’ll be sure to find a nice space to work, eat or just nod off. Some offer more privacy then others, and some offer a sweet view of the airport landscape. There is a business lounge with three community computers and a printer/copier. The WiFi seemed to work well. The bathroom was noticeably upscale too, with gold ascents, complimentary showers and toiletries and fancy toilets!
Save the best for last. Ha that is an advanced toilet with heated seat, interior bidet and air dryer. Lounge life! While these toilets are standard in Seoul’s airport, they are not in Hanoi’s, outside of this luxurious lounge.