Taiwan Taoyuan Airport-Taipei

This is a series meant to help you find the best of the best in lounges everywhere. Our 12-year-old, Jack has become a lounger-extraordinaire. He knows how to get the most out of any lounge experience and always manages to get our full money’s worth out of any visit. As a result, we have come up with a lounge rating system according to our very discerning lounge critic. Enjoy, and may you too achieve lounge nirvana!  

Jack’s Rating System (ABC’S)

1 (worst)-5 (best) 






Overall Score


Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport

Taipei, Taiwan

Terminal 2 Plaza Premium (D)

(Priority Pass)


Jack gave the ambiance of this lounge a 3 because he said, and I quote, “it wasn’t that ambiancy”. Hey, that’s what you get sometimes when you have a 12-year-old rating lounges. However from a more mature perspective, I thought it was basic but fine. They were playing classical Christmas music and had a lovely decorated Christmas tree which was pretty classy.


The bathrooms were clean but pretty basic. Two stalls and no frills. Much to Jack’s disappointment, there were no showers available. And if you’re wondering, yes he has actually used lounge showers before. This kid! 😆


Elijah making his Little Lounger debut!

Tables were pretty small, the majority of which were side tables situated between two chairs. However, these tables did house plugs for charging devices which was helpful, and the chairs were comfortable. Some additional 4-person tables and work stations were available but the seats were not as comfortable.


This lounge does not offer much variety with food and drink choices. Most of what was offered was what many would consider side dishes with the exception of about four different Chinese food options. Basic drink choices were available; like assorted sodas, water, coffee, and a very limited selection of alcohol. They were out of beer which brought the sustenance score in Jack’s Dad’s mind down significantly. However, Jack did love the crispy small hash browns offered and managed to pound down at least 4 platefuls of these delectable little morsels.


Overall Score: 2.5

Wondering what Jack thought of other lounges he’s visited? Check out some more of his facinating reviews here:



  1. Is Jack considering a career as a travel reviewer? He certainly has a great portfolio going for himself. After all, Rick Steves will retire some time.
    Rick Steves is an American travel writer, author, activist and television personality. Since 2000, he has hosted Rick Steves’ Europe, a travel series on PBS. Steves also has a public radio travel show called Travel with Rick Steves and has authored numerous travel guides.


    1. Haha! I told him he should. It would be a pretty nice life. I’ve followed Rick Steves and like his work!


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