Despite Madrid being a hub, Air Europa does not have its own lounge. During my layover in MAD I used the Puerta del Sol Lounge instead.
Access is granted via Priority Pass but since I was traveling business class on Alitalia, I did not even have to present my membership card. The lounge is located on the upper level of Terminal 3 (Schengen) and open daily from 5am to 11pm.
Just past the entrance is food. I wouldn’t call the selection limited (a large buffet and refrigerator) but nothing was all that fresh. The bread…stale. Coffee…meh (and the machines were out of milk). Plenty of pastries as well.
The only thing I enjoyed was some slice watermelon and apples with plain yogurt.
The oval-shaped lounge itself included hundreds of seats divided over couches and tables.
A conference room is available:
As are restrooms, showers, and a sleeping room.
Not to be confused with the sleeping room (thought the chairs are the same) is the relaxation room.
Not to be confused with the TV room!
A few computer stations as well, not pictured. Wi-Fi worked fairly well, though required a cumbersome code obtained from the form desk.
This is a solid lounge. However, there is not anything special about it. Keep in mind that SkyTeam carriers in Madrid do not have their own lounge network, but most lounges in Terminal 3 seem to accept business class passengers on Air Europa, KLM, Air France, or Alitalia.