My flight to Tokyo was at 6:50 AM. I arrived at the airport at 4 AM and quickly made my way to the lounge. ANA doesn’t have their own lounge in Bangkok (which seems odd), but they contract with Star Alliance partners THAI and EVA Airways. In addition to the Star Alliance partners, you can also visit the Miracle Lounge (which is also a Priority Pass lounge). Outside of what ANA is offering, Star Alliance Gold members can access any Star Alliance lounge. There is a fantastic Singapore Airlines Silver Kris Lounge in concourse D. However, they don’t open until 6:30 AM.Upon check in I was given a WiFi password (good for 2 hours) and was directed inside. To the right is mainly just seating with smaller food items.
There was also an outdoor section called the bamboo lounge. This is used as a smoking area.
In the center of the lounge was the restrooms and showers.
The left side of the lounge had dining room seating and more substantial food offerings. There was eggs and sausage along with a Thai curry dish, and even pancakes!
While the food is nothing to write home about, the decor was nice and it never got to crowded. I normally avoid Priority Pass lounges in the US since they are always packed. However, his was nice lounge and had self serve soft drinks which is always a plus for me.