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A Weekend in la Ciudad de México – Introduction


There are three AMEX Centurion Clubs at Mexico City airport… and they all suck, a lot. Most of the food and drinks you have to pay for and the whole concept of the ‘club’ just plain sucks. There are two clubs in Terminal 1, this one (landside) and another one, airside. There is also a club in terminal 2.

I mean.. compared to the Centurion Lounges in the United States, these ‘clubs’ don’t even come close. The lounges are small overall and while the seats may be comfortable, the environment isn’t really relaxing.. it just feels way too busy with people constantly going in and out.. and I don’t get that feeling in the real U.S. Centurion Lounges.

If you are departing from Terminal 1, you have a choice of the club either landside or airside. They both equally suck but the landside one has more seating and is larger. The food and drinks are the same in that you must pay for most of them (some free drinks are coffee, tea, juice, etc).

I wasn’t able to capture too many photos since apparently they have a strict no photo policy… not that there was anything great there anyway. I also visited two more lounges airside, which were much better than the AMEX Clubs, reviews of those up next!

 

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

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American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City

American Express The Centurion Club Mexico City


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