Jaipur Airport Lounge Review at Domestic Departure

By | March 1, 2017

I visited Jaipur for short holiday trip and I was expecting an airport lounge to take some pre-flight snacks. But if you have checked MasterCard and diners club sites, you cannot see any lounge available in domestic departure. And so I made up my mind that I won’t be able to have some nice time at the airport.

Jaipur Domestic Airport Lounge

Well, to my surprise, there was a lounge in 1st floor just after security clearance. That moment when you happen to see a surprise airport lounge.. is priceless! 🙂

Jaipur Airport Lounge

Jaipur Airport Lounge Dining area

It’s been 6 months or so I’ve been to this lounge but i still see that neither diners club nor MasterCard updated this in their list. Though, it appears that both MasterCard and diners club cards are being accepted here.

Anyways, it’s a pretty small lounge, I’ll better call it as a coffee shop and as you might have guessed it, they served us only coffee and sandwich. The menu is limited and you’ve to choose only one sandwich or the other.. something which reminds of the horrible experience at Goa port lounge.

Jaipur Airport Lounge Snacks

However, here the service, the food taste and the quantity were all good enough. I hardly spent ~20 mins in the lounge, but had a tasty sandwich, much better than the one I had at Hyderabad transit lounge.

Facilities at Jaipur Airport Lounge:

  • CardExpert Lounge Rating: 3.5/5
  • Wifi: Yes
  • Food: Snacks.
  • Ambiance: Good.
  • Recharge Station: No
  • Complimentary Access on: Diners Club, MasterCard

Have you been to this lounge? Feel free to share your experiences in comments below.

Author: Siddharth

I’m a Credit Card freak minting reward points and cashback for years. Obsessed with aviation, airport lounges and luxury travel at affordable cost.

12 thoughts on “Jaipur Airport Lounge Review at Domestic Departure

  1. Captain Bishuddha Bharatiya

    Siddharth I am goint to Guwahati airport this month. I cannot see any lounge in Master, Visa, or Diners list. Do Guwahati airport also have a lounge ?

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    1. Siddharth Post author

      I doubt. i haven’t been there. Keep us updated if you find one 🙂

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      1. Captain Bishuddha Bharatiya

        I am going on 21st March and I will surely update you.

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  2. Kapil Khurana

    Was at Dehradun Airport yesterday. They have port lounge but it is closed. Your priority pass post mentioned access for PP members but the authorities mentioned the lounge has never been operational.

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    1. Siddharth Post author

      I can see “Shaurya Executive Lounge” in Dehradun is still listed under Diners lounge List. No idea though, it might have been terminated. Let me update the post.

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      1. Abhishek Roy

        The Diners International Website lists the lounge in Dehradun as Shaurya Executive Lounge which BEFORE the security hold area. Whereas, HDFC Diners Club Website lists the lounge in Dehradun as Port Lounge which is AFTER the security hold up area. Don’t know which information to believe in.

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        1. Siddharth Post author

          Only practical experience helps, learned it even in my recent trip 🙂

          Reply
  3. A Sarkar

    Thanks for the wealth of information you have put up on the website. They are so informative.

    Reply
  4. Shashi

    Just been to Jaipur airport. It seems that the lounge there is converted to a restaurant. When I asked lounge(Club one class) guys.. they said “Its not a lounge, Its a restaurant”. Was confused so I just left.

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    1. Siddharth Post author

      You could have still asked if access is given for credit cards? Coz even in Goa, its more of a restaurant and less of a lounge.

      Reply
  5. Ashu Gupta

    Pathetic Service! No machine available for Cards User and your can pay and grab things! Really pathetic Airport lounge. airport Authority should Start a proper lounge!

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    1. Siddharth Post author

      Its not even listed anywhere. In that case, consider that something is better than nothing 🙂

      Jaipur is getting popular very much lately and sure it’ll have a good lounge in coming years.

      Reply

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