An accessible lounge with credit cards
The VIP Cezanne lounge at Marseille Provence Airport (MRS) is accessible with various Canadian credit cards via:
- Priority Pass
The best credit cards offering Priority Pass
Priority Pass is an airport lounge network.
Many credit cards offer Priority Pass membership as well as annual access to airport lounges.
- Scotiabank Passport™ Visa Infinite*:6 annual lounge passes included
- Scotiabank Platinum American Express® Card:10 annual passes included
- the Platinum Card® from American Express: Unlimited access for the holder AND a guest
The best credit cards offering LoungeKey
LoungeKey is a network of airport lounges, affiliated with Mastercard as part of its Mastercard Airport Experiences program.
Several“World Elite”credit cards offer access to airport lounges. Our selection:
- BMO® World Elite®* Mastercard®*:4 annual passes included
- BMO® AIR MILES® World Elite®* Mastercard®*2 annual passes included
Practical information about the lounge
The VIP Cezanne lounge is located after security in Terminal 1 (gates B) of Marseille Provence Airport (MRS).
Only people departing for international flights – as here for Canada – can access this lounge.
For other flights, you will have to go to the other lounge, in Terminal 1 (gates A).
The VIP Cezanne lounge is open from 06:00 to 20:30 daily and accessible up to 4 hours before the flight’s scheduled departure.
With the kids?
Access to the lounge is free for children under 12 years old (maximum 1 per adult).
Beyond this age, they are counted as a guest based on the level of Priority Pass membership offered by your credit card
Here is a list of the main amenities offered in this lounge:
Digital card accepted
Our opinion on the VIP Cezanne lounge
On a flight from Marseille to Montreal, we visited with our families this VIP Cezanne lounge of Marseille Provence Airport.
Audrey and I each have the Platinum Card® from American Express. Each cardholder can bring a guest to the airport lounges for free, unlimited during the year.
Our children are under 12, they come here for free.
This lounge is small, but no more than a dozen people were present during our visit.
Several rest areas are set up, each with electrical plug.
At the beginning of the lounge are the coffee machine and croissants:
And for the little ones, enough to fill them with ice cream or candy!
Also, a cold buffet with quality products:
Before you leave the lounge, consider taking one or two packets of crisps for your flight!
As for the children, they particularly liked the tree in the middle of the living room… and good French pastries!
A simple little living room… but efficient in this terminal 1B of Marseille Provence airport! I highly recommend it if you are early for your flight!