GRU: São Paulo United Airlines United Club
The former São Paulo United Red Carpet Club before United and Continental got together, is in Terminal 1, where most of the Star Alliance airlines air, Airside on Wing A and on the upper level, which gives it some decent windows. A place of mottled beight carpets and tall upright wooden pillars, it is showing it's age a bit, but not too badly.
There are banks of seating areas separated by greenary up against the windows, while on the other side is the food area and bar.
FoodFood in the São Paulo United Club is laid out on the sideboard half way through the lounge, under half a dozen plastic covers.
There are made up salads in bowls, ham and cheese, sandwiches, rolls, and other finger food, along with the usual carrots and dips.
BarThis UA lounge has free drinks, so long as you are prepared to take some fairly standard Brazilian wine or beer.
There are 12 bottle of spirits on the sidboard, with an usual mix of local and international variants.
Here there is also one bottle of rather inferior red, and one of white.
BathroomsIn the lounge.
Business FacilitiesThere is a television high on the wall of the lounge, which is usually on CNBC. There are work cubicles, with a few faily slow computers, plus wifi.
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