SIN: Singapore Ambassador Lounge Terminal 3
In effect you will end up at the Singapore Ambassador Lounge Terminal 3 if you are a Priority Pass customer, or you just want to pay for entry to a lounge during a stopover for a shower and a beer.
The lounge can get very crowded, although it is vastly bigger than the Ambassador lounge in the other two terminals. Seats are hard and uncomfortable outside, but here there is a great atmosphere. Thankfully there are windows, but even so it seems claustrophobic. Never the less it can be a haven if you have a stop over here for several hours.
Inside, it is more of a 'generic' lounge, but a fairly upmarket one.
FoodThe general dining and drink station is in the corner, on the L shaped unit.
Food is basic but ok. If you know the usual type of food at Singapore airport, you will know what you are getting. There are lots of packets of sandwiches - there are three types, all wrapped up tight in cling film. There is a small heated cabinet with some baked pastries in it, including miniture crossants and Dainish pastries. There is also a bucket of soup.
BarThe Bar is ok, but not that good. There is one type of white and red, but there is no champagne.
There are a few bottles of spirits pf a generic type, mini pots of water, and a fridge with some fruit juice, including a Bloody Mary mix.
BathroomsThere are showers - often with long queues. Ask at reception for a towel: they will check if you have paid to use the showers.
Business FacilitiesThere is a small business centre with several fast computers. There is also a meeting room. The lounge has free WiFi.
There is a Magazine rack in the centre of the lounge: however other than the Straits Times there isn't a lot.
AccessThe lounge is open 24 hours a day, and has a sliding scale of payment for access. It is S$30.00 for 5 hours, or you can pay S$30.00 for a slumberette room, and also gain access to the lounge for 3 hours. Mind you, you also have to pay S$8.00 for a shower.
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