LaGuardia Airport Lounge

If you’re traveling through LaGuardia Airport in New York, you’ll have a number of different airport lounges from which to choose. Here’s a look at the locations, hours of operation and fees for access, as well as a description of some of the amenities offered by each lounge.

What is an airport lounge?

An airport lounge is a private space that is separate from the main terminal area. Airport lounges typically offer a more comfortable setting than the main terminal, with amenities like plush chairs, complimentary snacks and drinks, TVs, Wi-Fi and more. Many airport lounges also offer business facilities like conference rooms and photocopiers.

The cost of accessing an airport lounge varies, but most lounges either charge an annual membership fee or a per-visit fee. Some credit cards also offer complimentary access to airport lounges as a perk for cardholders. If you want a day pass, some lounges charge $50 to $65 per visit.

List of LaGuardia Airport LOunges:

  1. American Airlines Admirals Club (Western Concourse)
  2. United Club (Eastern Concourse)
  3. Delta Sky Club (Terminal C and D)
  4. Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Eastern Concourse)
  5. American Express Centurion Lounge (near Eastern Concourse)
  6. Minute Suites Express
  7. Be Relax Spa

Terminal A:

  1. No lounge at Terminal A at LaGuardia Airport:

Terminal B:

  1. United Club
  2. American Airlines Admirals Club
  3. Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge
  4. Minute Suites
  5. Centurion Lounge

Terminal C:

Terminal D:

American Airlines Admirals Club:

  • Location: Western Concourse, near gates 30 and 31
  • Hours: 4:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m (Sunday through Friday); Saturday hours: 4:30 a.m. and 9 p.m

The lounge wasn’t too crowded during my late morning visit, but I could see it getting full quickly as the day went on — with a current capacity of only 130 passengers. However, the entire lounge isn’t open yet; once completed, it will span more than 20,000 square feet and have room for 350-plus passengers.

Amenities:

Showers, private nursing room, complimentary Wi-Fi, business center with PCs and printers, TVs, snacks and drinks

Access:

Free for Admirals Club members and first- and business-class passengers on American Airlines. Also free to Priority Pass cardholders. Day passes cost $59 for non-members.

United Club (Eastern Concourse)

  • Location: Eastern Concourse, near gate 40 to 59
  • Hours: 5:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. (all week)

This newly renovated lounge is one of the best-kept secrets at LaGuardia. It’s a United Club, so if you have access through your United MileagePlus status or a credit card like the Chase Sapphire Reserve, you can get in for free. The club is small with only about 30 seats, but it has all the amenities you need for a comfortable layover, including complimentary Wi-Fi, snacks and drinks, TVs and private workspaces.

Access:

Free for United Club members and first- and business-class passengers on United Airlines. Also free to Priority Pass cardholders. Day passes cost $59 for non-members.

Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Eastern Concourse)

  • Location: Eastern Terminal B Concourse, near gates 40 to 59
  • Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (all week)

When you first step into the lounge, you’ll find a dining area with both regular and high-top tables and chairs. The lounge also has a separate TV area, where you can catch up on the news or relax with a magazine. As is common in most airport lounges, there’s also a business center with PCs and printers, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the space.

Amenities:

Complimentary snacks and drinks, including wine, beer and spirits, TVs, private workspaces, business center with PCs and printers, complimentary Wi-Fi

Access:

Free for Air Canada Maple Leaf Club members and first-class passengers on Air Canada or those with United Club membership. Also free to Priority Pass cardholders. Day passes cost $50 for non-members.

American Express Centurion Lounge (Terminal B)

  • Location:  Terminal B, Level 1 above security, by the pedestrian bridge to the Eastern Concourse near gates 41 to 59
  • Map link: Google Maps
  • Hours: 5:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. (all week except Saturdays when they close at 8pm)

The lounge is divided into different areas including space for relaxation, a TV room, dining area, bar corner and business section. You can choose to sit on the couch, armchair or at one of the coworking tables; no matter your preference, we got you covered. Plus, many of our seats come with power outlets and USB ports so you can keep your devices fully charged while enjoying our comfortable space. Unfortunately, there are no views of airplanes taxiing from this location; However, it is still bright and chic!

Amenities:

Showers, private nursing room, business center with PCs and printers, complimentary Wi-Fi, snacks and drinks

Access:

Free for American Express Centurion cardholders. Also free to Priority Pass cardholders. Day passes are not available for purchase.

Minute Suites Express:

LaGuardia (Eastern Concourse)

Location:  Level 1 near gates 40 to 59, by the American Express Centurion Lounge

Hours: 4:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (all week)

Priority Pass members have exclusive access to a free hour-long rental at Minute Suites Express, located past security near The Bowery Bay Shops. In other words, you don’t really have access to Priority pass lounges at LaGuardia but rather a rental that cost $48,with additional 15-minute periods costing $12 each.

If you have a Priority Pass membership, you can get one free hour at the LaGuardia Airport Terminal B Lounge. If you need more time, each subsequent hour will cost $34. Nursing and pumping mothers can also get a free 30-minute visit.

LaGuardia Airport Lounges Priority Pass:

Complimentary Access:

– Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Eastern Concourse)

– American Express Centurion Lounge (Eastern Concourse)

– Minute Suites Express (Eastern Concourse)

Paid Access:

– United Club (Western Concourse) – $59 per day pass

– Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Eastern Concourse) – $50 per day pass

Denver Airport Lounges

Denver Airport is a large airport with many terminals and 5 commercial lounges. It also has a USO lounge for active duty military.

If you’re looking for a place to relax before your flight, the airport has a variety of lounges available to passengers. Each lounge offers different amenities, so it’s important to do your research before choosing one.

What is an airport lounge?

Airport lounges are private, pay-to-enter spaces that offer travelers a place to relax, work or sleep before their flight. Lounges typically offer complimentary snacks and drinks, as well as Wi-Fi, TV and quiet areas.

Other common amenities include:

-Comfortable seating

-Complimentary newspapers and magazines

-Conference rooms

-Fax and photocopy machines

-Kids play areas

-Pilot rest areas

-Private bathrooms

-Showers

Airport lounges are typically located past security, so you’ll need a boarding pass to enter. Some airlines offer complimentary access to their lounges for first-class and business-class passengers, as well as passengers with certain elite status levels.

If you’re not flying first class or don’t have elite status, you can still access most airport lounges by buying a day pass or an annual membership. Annual memberships typically cost around $400, while day passes cost between $50 and $60.

Some credit cards, such as the American Express Platinum Card, offer complimentary lounge access as a benefit. If you have one of these cards, be sure to bring it with you to the airport so you can enjoy the perks of lounge membership.

List of Airport Lounges at DEN:

  1. American Admirals Club
  2. Capital One Lounge
  3. Centurion Lounge
  4. Delta Sky Club
  5. United Club
  6. USO Lounge (free for Active Military)

Concourse A

  • American Airlines Admirals Club
  • Capital One Lounge (coming soon)
  • Delta Sky Club
  • USO Lounge

Concourse B:

  • United Club (near gate B32)
  • United Club (near gate B44)

Concourse C:

  • Centurion Lounge
Snapshot showing Lounges at Denver Airport Concourse A, B and C
Snapshot showing Lounges at Denver Airport Concourse A, B and C

American Admirals Club

  • Location: North end of the A gates bridge from Jeppesen Terminal
  • Phone:1-800-237-7971

The American Admirals Club is located in Concourse A, level 2 after security. It is open daily from 4:45 am to 7:30 pm as per their website. The hours were reduced recently from the initial closing at 12:30 am to now closing at 7:30 pm.

This lounge is available to passengers flying on American Airlines or a Oneworld partner airline. First and business class passengers, as well as Admirals Club members and AAdvantage Executive Platinum, Platinum Pro, and Platinum members traveling on any airline have complimentary access.

The day pass costs $59.

The facilities in this club are:

-Showers

-Snacks and Beverages

-Wi-Fi

– Workspaces with electrical outlets

-Comfortable Seating

-Complimentary Newspapers and Magazines

-TV

Passengers with the following statuses can access the Admirals Club for free:

-American Airlines AAdvantage Executive Platinum

-Oneworld Emerald and Sapphire

-US Air Force Airmen and civilian employee with a valid ID card

-Air National Guard with a valid ID card

Capital One Lounge

  • Location: Concourse A on the mezzanine level
  • Hours: TBD

The Capital One Lounge at DEN is open to the public. Day pass is $65.

Amenities in this lounge include:

-Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages

-Fast, free Wi-Fi

-Quiet work areas with power outlets

-Showers (coming soon)

-Complimentary Newspapers and Magazines

-Comfortable Seating

To access the lounge, you’ll need to show a boarding pass for travel that day on any airline. Capital One cardholders also get free access.

Centurion Lounge

Location: Concourse C, near Gate C47

Hours: 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Centurion Lounge Denver International Airport

The Centurion Lounge at DEN is open to the public. No Day pass

Amenities in this lounge include:

-Light snacks and drinks

-Premium food and wine selections for purchase

-Showers

-Complimentary Wi-Fi

-Quiet work areas with power outlets

– TVs

To access the lounge, you’ll need to show a boarding pass for travel that day on any airline. American Express cardholders also get free access. Priority cardholders can access it and can bring up to two guests or immediate family (spouse or domestic partner, and children under 18) into the lounge at no additional charge.

Delta Sky Club:

Location: Concourse A, level 4 after security

Hours: 5:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Delta Sky Club Denver Airport

The Delta Sky Club is open to Delta passengers and Delta SkyMiles Credit Card holders.

Amenities in the lounge include:

-Complimentary Wi-Fi

-Snacks and beverages

-Comfortable seating

-TVs

-Private workstations

-Showers

To access the lounge, you’ll need to show a boarding pass for travel that day on Delta or a SkyTeam partner airline.

United Club

Location: Concourse B, near gate B32 and Concourse B, near gate B44

Hours: 5:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m for one near B32 and 5 am to 11: 30 pm for lounge near gate B44.

The United Club is open to United passengers and United MileagePlus Credit Card holders.

Amenities in the lounge include:

-Snacks and beverages

-Complimentary Wi-Fi

-Comfortable seating

-Private workstations

-TVs

To access the lounge, you’ll need to show a boarding pass for travel that day on United or a Star Alliance partner airline. Cost of single day pass is $50

USO Lounge (free for Active Military)

Location: Concourse A, level 4 after security

The USO Lounge at DEN is open to active military personnel and their families.

Amenities in the lounge include:

-Snacks and beverages

-Complimentary Wi-Fi

-Comfortable seating

-Private workstations

-TVs

There is no cost to access the lounge. You’ll just need to show a valid military ID.

Denver Airport Lounge Day Pass:

If you’re not a member of any of the airport lounges, you can still access them by purchasing a day pass. A day pass allows you to use all the amenities in the lounge for the entire day.

The cost of a day pass varies depending on the lounge, but ranges from $50-$65. If you want to pay the least, get United Club pass for $50 or you don’t mind spending more, you can spend up to $65 on the upcoming Capital One lounge.

The downside of using day passes is that you’ll have to go through the security line each time you want to enter the lounge, which can be time-consuming.

Denver Airport Lounge Priority Pass:

SweetWater Mountain Taphouse

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  • Location: Concourse BAirside – after Gate 79 on Level 2B, next to ‘Starbucks’.
  • Hours: 6 am to 10 pm

SweetWater Mountain Taphouse is a microbrewery with a full-service bar and restaurant.

Amenities:

-Full service bar

-Restaurant

-Microbrewery

– Wi-Fi

XpresSpa:

XpresSpa is another Priority pass lounge at Denver but as of this publication in September 2022, the 2 pages for xpresSpa lounges have been deleted on the Priority Pass website.

A priority pass gives you access to most of the lounges at Denver airport.

Aside from the above, Priority Pass also partners with other lounge service provide such as Centurion, United Club, Capital One, and many others to give you access to more than 1300 airport lounges worldwide.

Below are lounges at DEN that accept Priority passes:

Amex/Centurion lounge Priority pass:

You need to have Amex Platinum or Centurion card to get free access for you and 2 guests.

Delta Sky Club Priority Pass:

You need to have either Delta Reserve card, American Express Platinum, or Priority Pass membership to get free access. If you have any other Amex card, you will be charged $29 per person.

United Club Priority Pass:

In order to get access to the United Club lounge, you can use your Priority Pass membership if you don’t have a United MileagePlus Club card.

Are there 24-hour Lounges at Denver Airport?

No, as of this publication in 2022, all the lounges at Denver Airport do not operate 24 hours. Most of them open early in the morning around 5 and close in the evening with the latest to close being United Club which closes some 30 minutes before midnight.

If you want to stay at the airport overnight and have access to a lounge, make sure you check the hours of operation before you go.

Denver Airport Lounges Map:

To guide you on understanding the map layout of Denver Airport lounge locations, it is important to note the locations of various airlines. Concourse A serves Delta, Frontier, and American Airlines and you’ll find Delta Sky, American Admirals Club and Capital One lounges here. See the low section of the image below.

Concourse B is operated by American Airlines and you’ll find the two United Club lounges here near Gate B32 and B44 in the map below.

Concourse C is operated by Southwest, Alaska and Spirit – all of which do not operate their own lounges. At this concourse C, you can get the Amex lounge near C47.

Below is the map showing the locations of the lounges at Denver Airport.

Full List of Airport Lounges at Denver International Airport [DEN]

FAQs

Q: Does Denver Airport have a lounge?

A: Yes, Denver Airport has a number of lounges that are available for use by passengers. You can choose from lounges in Concourse A, B and C. If you have a Priority Pass membership, most of the lounges will admit you without an additional fee unless you’ve used all your annual visit allocations.

Q: Is Denver airport lounges accepting Chase sapphire reserve card?

A: Chase upgraded the benefits in its travel cards this past year and Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders can now access the Chase Sapphire Lounges being operated by The Club which partnered with JP Morgan Chase. Denver Airport is not among the 6 airports announced by Chase as part of the airports that will have the Chase Sapphire Lounge.

However, as a Reserve cardholder, you can use your Priority Pass membership to get into any of the participating lounges at Denver Airport.

Below are the 6 airports:

  1. Boston (BOS).
  2. Hong Kong (HKG).
  3. Las Vegas (LAS).
  4. New York-La Guardia (LGA).
  5. Phoenix (PHX).
  6. San Diego (SAN).

Q: How many Amex Lounges are in Denver?

A: There is only one Amex lounge in Denver which is located in Concourse C near Gate C47.

Q: Where is the United Club Lounge in Denver Airport?

A: There are two United Club lounges in Denver Airport – one near Gate B32 and another near Gate B44 as shown on the map below.

Airport Lounge Access Credit Cards

If you’re like most travelers, the thought of airport lounge access is about as appealing as a trip to the dentist. But what if I told you that with the right credit card, you could get into those lounges for free? In this article, we’ll take a look at the best credit cards for airport lounge access in 2022 and how to make the most of them.

What is an airport lounge credit card?

An airport lounge credit card is a type of rewards credit card that offers cardholders complimentary or discounted access to airport lounges. Many also come with other perks, such as priority boarding and free checked bags.

Issuers of airport lounge credit cards include American Express, Chase, Citi, and United. They earn from the annual fees charged to cardholders and from the interest paid on balances carried from month to month.

They cost anywhere from $250 to over $550 per year, making them some of the most expensive rewards credit cards on the market. But for frequent flyers who value the perks they offer, they can be well worth the price tag.

If you’re not sure whether an airport lounge credit card is right for you, consider these pros and cons.

Pros:

  • Complimentary or discounted access to airport lounges worldwide
  • Other perks, such as priority boarding and free checked bags
  • Can help you save money on travel expenses

Cons:

  • High annual fees
  • May require good to excellent credit for approval

Reviews of the Best Airport Lounge Credit Cards

Now that you know what to look for in an airport lounge credit card, let’s take a look at some of the best options currently available.

Best Airport Lounge access credit card for Premium Travelers:

Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card

If you’re looking for a premium travel credit card with airport lounge access, the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card is a great option. It comes with a $250 annual fee and a welcome bonus of 75,000 miles after you spend $3,000 on purchases within the first 3 months.

You’ll earn 2 miles per dollar spent on all purchases and 10x miles on hotels booked through the Capital One travel portal. There’s no foreign transaction fee, and you’ll get a credit for Global Entry or TSA PreCheck every 4 years.

In terms of airport lounge access, the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card comes with a complimentary Priority Pass Select membership. This gives you access to over 1,200 airport lounges worldwide.

Capital One also has a partnership with Escape Lounges, which gives you access to 9 US Domestic airports. You’ll get up to 2 complimentary visits per year and 50% off any additional visits.

Other perks include a $100 credit for the Global Entry or TSA PreCheck application fee and up to $100 in statement credits per year for travel-related purchases, such as baggage fees and in-flight food and entertainment.

Best Card for Business Travellers

The Business Platinum Card® from American Express

If you’re a small business owner or entrepreneur in need of an airport lounge credit card, the Business Platinum Card® from American Express is a great option. It comes with a $695 annual fee and a welcome bonus of up to 120,000 Membership Rewards points after you spend $15,000 on purchases in the first 3 months.

The Best Airport Card for Lounges

The Platinum Card from American Express

The Platinum Card® from American Express is a great option for consumers who want airport lounge access. It comes with a $695 annual fee and a welcome bonus of 100,000 Membership Rewards points after you spend $6,000 on purchases in the first 3 months.

You’ll earn 5x points on airfare booked directly with airlines or through American Express Travel, and you’ll get up to $200 in statement credits per year for air travel-related incidental fees.

In terms of airport lounge access, the Platinum Card® from American Express comes with a complimentary membership to the American Express Global Lounge Collection. This gives you access to over 1,300 airport lounges worldwide, including The Centurion® Lounges, Delta Sky Clubs®, and Priority Pass™ Select.

Other perks include up to $200 in annual Uber credits, a credit for theGlobal Entry or TSA PreCheck application fee, and no foreign transaction fees.

BEST Credit Card to Access 1300+ Priority Pass Lounges

Chase Sapphire Reserve

If you’re looking for an airport lounge credit card with access to the Priority Pass network of lounges and restaurants, the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card is a great option. It comes with a $550 annual fee and a welcome bonus of 60,000 Ultimate Rewards points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months.

You’ll earn 3x points on travel and dining purchases and 1x points on all other purchases. There’s no foreign transaction fee, and you’ll get up to $300 in statement credits per year for travel-related purchases.

Up to 1300+ Airport Lounges Worldwide

Access to over 1,000 airport lounges worldwide with the Priority Pass Select membership that comes with this card. That means you can relax in style no matter what airport you’re in, whether it’s London Heathrow, New York JFK, or Los Angeles LAX.

$300 Annual Travel Credit:

You’ll also get up to $300 in statement credits per year for travel-related purchases, such as airfare, hotels, and rental cars. This can help offset the cost of the annual fee.

No Foreign Transaction Fees

This card has no foreign transaction fees, so you can use it abroad without worrying about paying extra.

That can be a valuable perk if you travel internationally for business or pleasure.

The 8 Priority Passes at JFK’s Terminals 1, 4, 7 and 8 – Best Option?

If you are a frequent flyer through New York’s JFK Airport, then you are likely familiar with the Priority Pass program. JFK is one of the busiest airports in the world, and Priority Pass holders can enjoy exclusive access to over a dozen airport lounges. In this guide, we will give you an overview of what Priority Pass is, how it works, and some of our top tips for making the most out of your membership.

What is Priority Pass at JFK

Priority Pass is the world’s largest independent airport lounge access program. With over 1,300 lounges in 600 cities across 148 countries, Priority Pass gives members access to a network of exclusive airport lounges worldwide. Membership starts at $99 USD per year, and gives members access to all participating lounges.

At JFK, there are 8 participating airport lounges that will admit you with your Priority Pass card. This includes some of the most popular lounges at the airport, such as the Air France Lounge and the Delta Sky Club. Below are the lounges in each of JFK’s terminals;

  • Terminal 1- 3 lounges
  • Terminal 4 – 2 lounges
  • Terminal 5 – 1 lounge
  • Terminal 7 – 1 lounge
  • Terminal 8 – 1 lounge

How Does Priority Pass Work?

When you arrive at the airport, simply present your Priority Pass card at the lounge entrance. You will be given a guest pass, which allows you one free visit to the lounge per day. If you are traveling with family or friends, up to two guests can enter the lounge with you (additional guest passes can be purchased for $27 USD each).

JFK’s Terminal 1 Lounges Using Priority Passes

Terminal 1 at JFK has the highest number of lounges that partner with Priority Pass to give members access to its wide range of amenities.

Air France Lounge:

Air France Lounge, New York JFK International

The Air France lounge is a great place to relax before your flight. The lounge offers complimentary snacks and beverages, as well as plenty of comfortable seating. The lounge is open from 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and cardholders are welcome to stay for up to three hours. Children under the age of two are admitted free, and all other passengers must have a boarding pass in order to enter. You must present a boarding pass to enter and the cardholder must be 21 or older. Accompanied children under 2 admitted free.

Air France Lounge, New York JFK International

Hours:

  • 09:45 – 23:30 daily Note: Lounge access is ONLY available between 10:00 – 13:00 from 15-30SEP22.

Amenities:

  • Disabled Access
  • TV
  • No Smoking
  • Refreshments
  • Air Conditioning
  • Shower
  • Alcohol
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Digital Card Accepted
  • Fax
  • Wi-Fi

KAL Business Class Lounge

The KAL Business Class Lounge is a great place to relax before your flight if you’re departing from Terminal 1 at JFK. It’s open to Priority Pass members from 8 a.m. to noon daily, and you must present a boarding pass from Terminal 1 to enter. Each cardholder is limited to two guests and may pay a per-person charge. Kal Business Class Lounge, JFKChildren under 2 are admitted free. The lounge offers complimentary wifi, newspapers, magazines, and beverages, as well as comfortable seating and private work areas. It can be a great place to catch up on some work or just relax before your flight.

Hours:

  • 08:30 – 12:00 daily. Cardholders will not be admitted into the lounge outside these hours.

Amenities:

  • Disabled Access
  • TV
  • Internet
  • No Smoking
  • Refreshments
  • Air Conditioning
  • Shower
  • Alcohol
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Flight Information
  • Telephone
  • Conference
  • Digital Card Accepted
  • Fax
  • Wi-Fi

Primeclass Lounge

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The Primeclass Lounge is located next to Gates 8 and 9 after security, and is open from 5:30 a.m. to midnight on Monday, Thursday and Sunday; 9 a.m. to midnight on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. However, be aware that access may be restricted due to capacity constraints, so it’s always best to check ahead. The lounge may reserve seating, so it’s important to arrive early if you want to guarantee a spot. Children under 7 are admitted free.

Hours:

OPENING HOURS

  • Monday: 09:00 – 01:00
  • Tuesday: 09:00 – 23:30
  • Wednesday: 09:00 – 01:00
  • Thursday: 09:00 – 23:30
  • Friday: 09:00 – 01:00
  • Saturday: 09:00 – 01:00
  • Sunday: 09:00 – 23:30

Amenities:

  • Disabled Access
  • TV
  • No Smoking
  • Refreshments
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alcohol
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Flight Information
  • Digital Card Accepted
  • Wi-Fi

2 Priority Pass Lounges at JFK’s Terminal 4

Air India Maharaja Lounge

The Air India Maharaja Lounge is at Terminal 4, near Gate 5. The lounge is open from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily, and offers a variety of amenities such as WiFi, workstations, and a buffet. Kids under the age of 7 are admitted free, and you can stay for up to four hours. However, please be aware that the lounge may be restricted due to capacity constraints.

Wingtips Lounge

The Wingtips Lounge at Terminal 4 of JFK accepts Priority Pass and is open all days of the week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.Guests are allowed a maximum stay of four hours. Children under 3 are admitted free, and dress code is shoes and shirt with no baseball caps allowed. The lounge has a variety of seating options, complimentary food and beverage offerings, and Wi-Fi access.

The JFK Wingtips Lounge offers a complimentary buffet with a new menu each day, as well as spirits, wine and beer for guests that are over 21.

It is located about 325 feet past security and may have a hard time getting in between 5 p.m. and 1 a.m., owing to space restrictions as per this post by CreditKarma.

Here are some amenities at Wingtips lounge that you can unlock with your Priority Pass:

  • Refreshments
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Wi-Fi
  • TV
  • Fax (subject to a fee)
  • Newspapers and magazines

Be Relax Spa Priority Pass at Terminal 5:

Terminal 5 of JFK has a Be Relax Spa that offers Priority Pass members a free 15-minute neck and shoulder massage. The spa is open from 06:00 – 22:00 daily, and you must present your boarding pass to enter.

  • Location: Airside – after Security Checks, opposite Gates 6 & 7.

With this lounge visit entitlement, you can choose from the following services: a 30-minute Lounger Massage (worth $35), a 15-minute Lounger Massage with Aromatherapy and 02 ($35 value), a 10-minute Head Up on lounger with Aromatherapy and 02 ($38 value), or a 10-minute aromatherapy.

Unlike other lounges at JFK which accept guests, no guests are accepted at this spa. Each treatment is one lounge visit. If a treatment requires more than one lounge visit, you will be charged for each additional visit according to their current lounge trip allocation.

Amenities:

  • Disabled Access
  • No Smoking
  • Air Conditioning
  • Digital Card Accepted
  • Wi-Fi

Terminal 7 Lounges that accept Priority Pass

Alaska Lounge

The Alaska lounge at JFK is on the Mezzanine Level in Terminal 7 (above security) and is open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week.

JFK’s Terminal 7 features an Alaska Lounge that is open to Priority Pass members. The lounge is located on the Mezzanine Level and offers standard lounge amenities like food, Wi-Fi, TV, and alcoholic drinks. Guests are permitted to bring two guests or immediate family into the lounge, and children under 2 are admitted free. The lounge may be restricted due to capacity constraints, so Priority Pass holders may be added to a waitlist.

To access the Alaska Lounge, members must present their Priority Pass card and a valid same-day boarding pass. Cardholders are allowed up to three alcoholic drinks per adult. Premium drinks are subject to payment. Access to the lounge is permitted up to three hours before departure.

These drinks are available at no additional cost to the guest. Some of the lounge’s other amenities include a business center, showers, and a kids play area.

Amenities:

  • Refreshments
  • Alcoholic beverages (premium drinks subject to a fee)
  • Wi-Fi
  • TV
  • Newspapers and magazines

Priority Pass Lounges at Terminal 8 in JFK

Bobby Van’s Steakhouse

The Bobby Van’s Steakhouse lounge at JFK Terminal 8 accepts all Priority Pass memberships.The lounge has comfortable seating, free Wi-Fi, and complimentary snacks and drinks. You can also take a shower in the lounge if you need to refresh before your flight. The lounge is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, and cardholders must present a valid Priority Pass card and boarding pass with confirmed same-day travel to gain access.

Although Bobby Van’s is accessible through JFK Priority Pass, it functions more as a restaurant than a lounge. Kennedy airport cardholders receive up to $28 off their meal and drink total, including one guest. Any further attendees will not get the same discount, so the original cardholder must foot any additional charges that exceed the credit.

FAQs

Q:What is the best Priority pass lounge at JFK?

A:The best Priority Pass lounge at JFK is the Alaska Lounge. It is open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week and offers standard lounge amenities like food, Wi-Fi, TV, and alcoholic drinks. Guests are permitted to bring two guests or immediate family into the lounge, and children under 2 are admitted free. Air France lounge also offers a great experience with its shower facilities, bar, and buffet.

Q: How can I decide which lounge to use with my Priority Pass at JFK?

A: The best way to decide which lounge to use is by looking at the amenities that each lounge offers. Some lounges, like the Alaska Lounge, are open 24 hours a day while others have more limited hours. Other factors to consider include whether you want access to showers, Wi-Fi, a buffet, or other amenities.

Q: Are there Priority Pass lounges at JFK Terminal 2?

A: There are no Priority Pass lounges at JFK Terminal 2. Terminal 2, also known as the Delta Terminal, is primarily used for domestic flights, so there are no lounges in that terminal.

Q: Is there a Priority Pass lounge at JFK?

A: Yes, there are priority pass lounges at Terminals 1, 4, 5,7, and 8. These 5 terminals have 8 lounges combined that you can access with your Priority Pass membership.

Q: is there a priority pass lounge at JFK terminal 5?

A: Yes, at JFK Terminal 5 there is 1 priority pass lounge and it is the Be Relax Spa and Lounge. Services and amenities offered include:

-Shiatsu massages

-Manicures/pedicures

-Facial treatments

-Hair styling

-Makeup services

-Food and drinks

-Complimentary Wi-Fi

-Showers

Q: Is there a Priority Pass lounge at JFK Terminal 8?

A: Yes, at JFK Terminal 8 there is 1 priority pass lounge and it is Bobby Van’s Steakhouse. It is open daily from 6 am to 9 pm and has the following amenities;

  • Disabled Access
  • TV
  • No Smoking
  • Refreshments
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alcohol
  • Flight Information
  • Digital Card Accepted

Priority Pass Guide 2022

If you travel frequently, then you know the importance of having a good airport experience. From checking in to boarding your flight and finally arriving at your destination, there are a lot of things that can go wrong – and often do. That’s why Priority Lounge membership is so important. It offers travelers a host of benefits that make the airport experience much more pleasant.

Priority Pass lounge in Punta Cana. Credit: thepointsguy.com
Priority Pass lounge in Punta Cana. Credit: thepointsguy.com

Here are Priority Pass basics:

Priority Pass is a network of airport lounges, small suites, and even airline restaurants. It currently has over 1,300 eligible locations in 600 airports across 148 nations with over 1,300 eligible locations in 600 airports across 148 countries. Benefits may require registration.

Unlike Centurion or American Express Platinum cardholders, you don’t need to be flying first or business class on a particular airline to have access – any passenger with a Priority Pass can enter. You can also bring up to two guests for free in most cases, though some lounges charge per person.

What exactly is Priority Lounge membership?

It’s a program that allows passengers access to special lounges located in airports all over the world. These lounges offer many amenities that regular passengers don’t have access to, such as comfortable seating, quiet areas where you can work or relax, complimentary food and drinks, Wi-Fi, and more.

Best of all, Priority Lounge members receive priority treatment when it comes to boarding their flights and getting through security checkpoints. This can be a real lifesaver if you’re traveling during peak hours.

what is priority pass select?

Priority Pass Select is for people who get their membership from a US financial institution. Priority Pass Select members have access to over 1300 airport lounges in more than 100 countries, including hundreds throughout North and South America and a global spread across the rest of the world. Please contact your Financial Institution or check out your benefits guide if you joined up for Priority Pass as a benefit of your bank account or credit card but haven’t yet enrolled.

Get more details on this website page.

Priority Pass for Authorized users:

If you have an Authorized User on your American Express Platinum Card account, you will be eligible to enroll in Priority Pass at the same time as you. If you’re the Primary Cardholder on more than one American Express Platinum Card account, each Additional Card added to those accounts will also be automatically enrolled in Priority Pass.

How priority pass works:

In order to use Priority Pass, you must first sign up for a membership. There are three different membership levels: Standard, Standard Plus, and Prestige.

After you sign up, you’ll receive a physical card in the mail. It costs $10 to deliver the card to your US address. This card is used to access the lounges – simply present it at the door and you’ll be allowed in.

You can also add your Priority Pass membership to your digital wallet, such as Apple Wallet or Google Pay. This allows you to use your phone to access the lounges, though you’ll still need to present your physical card when you first sign up.

If you’re traveling with family or friends, they can also use your membership. Each member of your party can bring up to two guests into the lounge for free.

Priority Pass also has a partnership with some restaurants in select airports. These restaurants offer a set discount – usually around $28 per person – on food and drinks.

To find a Priority Pass lounge or restaurant near you, simply use the online search tool or download the mobile app.

Where are priority pass lounges?

Priority Pass lounges are located in airports all over the world. There are currently over 1,300 lounges in 600 airports across 148 countries.

To find a Priority Pass lounge near you, simply use the online search tool or download the mobile app. As of August 2022, Priority Pass is the largest airport lounge network in the world and can find their lounges from big airports such as JFK to smaller ones too.

Is Priority Pass worth it?

The answer to this question depends on a few factors, such as how often you travel and which membership level you sign up for.

If you travel frequently, the Priority Pass membership can easily pay for itself – especially if you take advantage of the restaurant discounts.

And if you’re a business traveler who often has to make last-minute trips, the Priority Pass can be a real lifesaver. The time you save by using the priority boarding and security lines can be invaluable.

How much does Priority Pass cost?

Priority Pass Membership:

Types of Priority Membership Options:

STANDARD:

  • $99 per year
  • Member visit fee: US$32
  • Guest visit fee: US$32
  • Access to over 600 lounges worldwide
  • 2 free guest passes per year
  • Complimentary food and drinks
  • Comfortable seating -Quiet areas to work or relax
  • Wi-Fi
  • Priority boarding and security checkpoint access

MOre details on Priority website here.

STANDARD PLUS:

  • Annual fee – $299
  • Member visit fee: 10 FREE visits, then US$32
  • Guest visit fee: US$32

Apply here.

Prestige:

  • Annual fee: $429
  • ALL FREE Member visits
  • US$32 Guest visit fee

Benefits of Priority Membership:

There are many benefits of having a Priority Membership.

  • First, members have access to over 1300 airport lounges worldwide. This means that no matter where you’re traveling, you’ll likely have access to a comfortable, quiet space where you can work or relax before your flight.
  • Second, members receive complimentary food and drinks at most lounges. This can save you a lot of money, especially if you’re traveling during peak hours when airport food prices are at their highest.
  • Third, Priority members receive priority boarding and security checkpoint access. This can be a real lifesaver if you’re traveling during peak hours or have a tight connection.
  • Members also receive exclusive discounts on travel products and services.
  • Comfortable seating: Most lounges have comfortable chairs and sofas where you can relax or take a nap.
  • Quiet areas: If you need to get some work done or just want to escape the hustle and bustle of the airport, most lounges have quiet areas where you can do just that.
  • Wi-Fi: Most lounges offer complimentary Wi-Fi so you can stay connected while you’re on the go.
  • Priority boarding: When it’s time to board your flight, Priority Pass members are given priority over other passengers.
  • Priority security: In some airports, Priority Pass members can use a separate, faster security line.

How much does priority pass cost?

Pricing for Priority Pass memberships varies depending on the level of membership you choose. The Standard membership costs $99 per year, the Standard Plus membership costs $299 per year and the Prestige membership costs $429 per year. Additionally, there is a one-time fee of $10 to deliver your physical card to your US address. To find out more about pricing and membership levels, visit the Priority Pass website.

You’ll need to activate your account before you can use it. You can do this by logging in to your account on the Priority Pass website or by downloading the mobile app.

Once you’ve activated your account, you’ll be able to search for lounges and restaurants near you and view exclusive discounts on travel products and services.

How to Apply for Priority Membership:

If you’re interested in applying for a Priority Membership, you can do so online or at any of our membership centers. To apply online, simply fill out the application form and submit it along with the required documentation.

When you decide on the Membership plan you want, click join on this page as shown in the snapshot below;

Airports with Lounges that accept Priority Pass:

According to this site with details on airports with Priority pass-accepting lounges, the following are all the airports that you can utilize your priority pass with;

Priority Pass Memberships Come with certain credit cards.

You can get a complimentary Priority Pass Select membership when you open a new Chase Sapphire Reserve account. This card also comes with a $300 annual travel credit and other perks.

How to use Priority Pass benefits:

If you have a Priority Pass membership, you can access lounges by presenting your physical card or digital card (available in the Priority Pass app) at the lounge entrance. You may be asked to present your boarding pass as well.

Once you’re in the lounge, you can enjoy the amenities and complimentary food and drinks that are available.

When you’re ready to leave, simply present your card again at the exit.

Keep in mind that some lounges have restrictions on guest access, so be sure to check the rules before you enter.

Priority Pass App:

The Priority Pass app is a digital membership card that allows you to access airport lounges around the world. To use the app, simply download it from the App Store or Google Play and create an account. Once you’ve created an account, you can add your physical card or digital card to the app.

To access a lounge, present your digital card at the entrance. You may be asked to present your boarding pass as well.

Once you’re in the lounge, you can enjoy the amenities and complimentary food and drinks that are available.

When you’re ready to leave, simply present your card again at the exit.

Keep in mind that some lounges have restrictions on guest access, so be sure to check the rules before you enter.

FAQs

Q: Are priority pass lounges free?

A: No, the priority pass is not free as you need to pay for a membership. Once you are a member, you can access some complimentary perks such as free food, free drinks, and unlimited visits which can vary depending on the priority pass membership you subscribe to. If wondering if a priority pass is free then now know it’s not free.

Q: Is the priority pass worth it?

A: The pass can offer good value if you frequently travel and use airport lounges. It offers a variety of benefits that can save you time and money. For example, the pass can get you free food and drinks, free Wi-Fi, and access to showers and other amenities.

Q: Does priority pass work for delta sky club?

A: Yes, the Delta Sky Club is part of the Priority Pass network. This means that you can use your Priority Pass membership to access the Delta Sky Club. Cardholders of The Platinum Card® from American Express receive complimentary access to Delta Sky Clubs when flying Delta. You also receive complimentary access to the Priority Pass and Centurion Lounge networks. Select benefits may require enrollment.

The following 2 cards will also give you access to delta Sky Club;

Q: is priority pass free with american express platinum?

A: Yes, American Express Platinum cardholders receive a complimentary Priority Pass membership. This benefit allows you to access over 1,000 airport lounges around the world.

Q: Can I get Priority Pass without credit card?

A: Yes, you can get a Priority Pass membership without a credit card. You can purchase a membership through the Priority Pass website or by signing up for a loyalty program that offers Priority Pass as a benefit. However, you may want to consider getting a credit card that automatically gives you free Priority Pass membership.

Q: Priority pass not accepted/not working – what to do?

A: If you find that your Priority Pass is not being accepted at a particular lounge, there are a few things you can do. First, make sure that you have the most up-to-date list of participating lounges. Second, call the customer service number on the back of your card to verify your membership status. Finally, if all else fails, you can try reaching out to the lounge directly to see if they will make an exception for you.

Q: Does Priority Pass work for international flights?

A: Yes, Priority Pass members can access lounges at airports around the world. Simply present your membership card or digital card at the entrance of a participating lounge. You may be asked to present your boarding pass as well.

Q: What does priority pass include?

A: The following are some of the benefits you can enjoy as a Priority Pass member:

-Free food and drinks

-Complimentary Wi-Fi

-Access to showers and other amenities

-Discounts on airport restaurants and shops

-Priority boarding on select airlines

-Fast track security lane access at select airports

As a Priority Pass member, you can enjoy a variety of benefits that can save you time and money. Some of the benefits you can enjoy include free food and drinks, complimentary Wi-Fi, access to showers and other amenities, discounts on airport restaurants and shops, priority boarding on select airlines, and fast track security lane access at select

Q: How does priority pass work?

A: Priority Pass is a membership program that gives members access to airport lounges around the world. To use the service, simply present your membership card or digital card at the entrance of a participating lounge. You may be asked to present your boarding pass as well.

When you have a layover at any airport with lounges that accept Priority pass, just walk to the gate, show your card, and you’re in. In some lounges, you can stay as long as you like, enjoy the food and drinks, use the Wi-Fi, and relax before your next flight. Some lounges limit the stay to 3 hours.

Q: What are priority pass levels?

A: There are three membership levels for Priority Pass: Standard, Standard Plus, and Prestige. The benefits of each level vary, but all members enjoy access to over 1,300 airport lounges around the world.

Standard:

With the Standard membership, you can access any participating lounge for a fee of $27 per person. You will

– have access to over 1,300 airport lounges around the world

– be able to bring one guest into the lounge with you

– enjoy complimentary food and drinks

– have access to showers and other amenities

– receive discounts on airport restaurants and shops

– get priority boarding on select airlines

– have fast track security

Standard Plus:

With the Standard Plus membership, you can access any participating lounge for a fee of $32 per person. You will

– have access to over 1,300 airport lounges around the world

– be able to bring two guests into the lounge with you

– enjoy complimentary food and drinks

– With a Priority Pass membership, you can enjoy a variety of benefits that can save you time and money. Some of the benefits you can enjoy include free food and drinks, complimentary Wi-Fi, access to showers and other amenities, discounts on airport restaurants and shops, priority boarding on select airlines, and fast-track security lane access at select airports. Does Priority Pass work for international flights?

Prestige:

With the Prestige membership, you can access any participating lounge for free. You will

– have access to over 1,300 airport lounges around the world

– be able to bring two guests into the lounge with you

– enjoy complimentary food and drinks

– have access to showers and other amenities

– receive discounts on airport restaurants and shops

– get priority boarding on select airlines

– have fast track security

Q: Priority Pass vs. Lounge Key: Which Is the Best for You?

A: If you fly often and want to save money on airport lounge access, then a membership with Priority Pass or Lounge Key may be the right choice for you. Both programs offer members access to airport lounges around the world, but there are some key differences between the two programs that you should be aware of before making a decision.

Lounge Key service allows for booking individual lounge visits, with rates starting as low as $19 per visit. The Lounge Pass network consists of 500 lounges which are situated in 300 airports globally. On the other hand, Priority pass is a membership program that gives members access to airport lounges around the world. To use the service, simply present your membership card or digital card at the entrance of a participating lounge.

Q: Priority pass vs dragon pass?

A: There is no annual fee for the DragonPass membership, while the Priority Pass membership costs $99 per year. In terms of the number of airport lounges, Priority Pass has a wider network with over 1,300 airport lounges around the world, while DragonPass has a network of 600 airport lounges.

Q: Priority pass vs centurion lounge?

A: The American Express Centurion Lounge is a network of airport lounges for American Express cardholders. There is no annual fee for the Centurion Lounge membership, while the Priority Pass membership costs $99 per year. In terms of the number of airport lounges, Priority Pass has a wider network with over 1,300 airport lounges around the world, while the American Express Centurion Lounge has a network of no more than 25 airport lounges.

Q: What are Priority Pass contacts?

A: According to its website, Priority Pass has three main contact centers staffed 24/7 in the UK, Hong Kong, and here in the US.

UK Contacts:

China/Hong Kong contacts:

US Contacts

You can also reach Priority Pass using the website form here.

Q: What’s the priority pass enrollment process?

A: The enrollment process is simple. You can sign up for a membership by visiting the Priority Pass website and selecting the membership type that best suits your needs. After you have completed the sign-up process, you will receive a welcome kit in the mail which will include your membership card.

If you are enrolling in the Priority Pass program through an airline or credit card issuer, you will need to provide your account number and other information as required.

Once you have received your membership card, you can activate it by visiting the Priority Pass website and logging in to your account. After your account has been activated, you can begin using your membership to access airport lounges around the world.

Q: How to get a priority pass?

A: You can sign up for a membership by visiting the Priority Pass website and selecting the membership type that best suits your needs. If you are enrolling in the Priority Pass program through an airline or credit card issuer, you will need to provide your account number and other information as required.

Once you have received your membership card, you can activate it by visiting the Priority Pass website and logging in to your account. After your account has been activated, you can begin using your membership to access airport lounges around the world.

Q: How does priority pass free guest works?

A: The Priority Pass program allows members to bring one guest into the airport lounge with them free of charge. If you have a family or group, you can purchase additional guest passes for $28 each.

To use the guest pass benefit, simply present your membership card or digital card at the entrance of a participating lounge. You and your guests will be asked to present a valid form of government-issued ID, such as a passport or driver’s license.

Once you have been granted entry, you and your guests can enjoy the amenities of the lounge, such as complimentary food and beverages, Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines, TV, and more.

Q: Is there priority pass discount?

A: Depending on the membership type you choose, there may be a discount available. For example, the Standard Membership costs $99 per year, but if you sign up for a 3-year membership, you will pay $249, which is a savings of $50.

You can also save on the cost of guest passes. If you purchase 10 or more guest passes at one time, you will pay $25 per pass, which is a savings of $3 off the regular price.

To take advantage of these discounts, simply visit the Priority Pass website and select the membership type or number of guest passes you would like to purchase.

LAX Airport Lounges

Whether it is a day pass or how to access LAX lounges using a Priority pass, below is the comprehensive guide to all the airport lounges at Los Angeles International Airport.

LAX has 9 terminals, and with that, a variety of different airport lounges to suit every type of traveler. From independent lounges like The Club LAX to airline-specific ones like the Delta Sky Club, here is a look at all the airport lounges at LAX and what each has to offer. If you have a long layover at LAX, check out these cool things to do at or near LAX Airport.

What is an airport lounge?

An airport lounge is a type of hospitality facility operated at major airports. Airport lounges typically offer better facilities than those found in the main terminal, including more comfortable seating, quieter areas to work, complimentary refreshments, and often better bathroom facilities.

Some airport lounges also offer showers, massage chairs, business centers with meeting rooms and conference facilities, and even day beds. In addition, most airport lounges offer complimentary WiFi so you can stay connected while on your layover or waiting for your flight.

While some airport lounges can be accessed by anyone willing to pay the entrance fee, many others are only accessible to first-class and business-class passengers, elite frequent flyers, and holders of certain credit cards.

Now that you know what an airport lounge is and what to expect from one, let’s take a look at all the different lounges available at LAX Airport.

List of Airport Lounges at LAX Airport:

  • Terminal B (International Terminal)
  • Centurion Lounge
  • Emirates Lounge
  • Etihad Airways Lounge
  • LA International Lounge
  • Oneworld International Business Lounge
  • Qantas First Class Lounge
  • SkyTeam/Korean Air Lounge
  • Star Alliance Lounge

Terminal 1

  • Be Relax Spa

Terminal 2

  • Delta Sky Club
  • Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse

Terminal 3

  • Delta Sky Club North
  • Delta Sky Club South

Terminal 4

  • American Airlines Admirals Club
  • American Airlines Flagship Lounge

Terminal 5

  • American Airlines Admirals Club

Terminal 6

  • Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge
  • Alaska Airlines Lounge

Terminal 7

  • United Airlines United Club
  • United Polaris Lounge

Regional Terminal

  • American Airlines Admirals Club

Outside the Terminals

  • USO Lounge

Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge

Location: Terminal 6, airside, near Gate 60.

Hours: 5:00AM – 10:30PM.

Conditions of entry: First or Business Class passengers on an Air Canada or Star Alliance flight departing from this terminal, or Maple Leaf Club members.

Day passes can be purchased for $50 CAD (or $40 USD).

The Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge at LAX Airport is a small but cozy lounge that offers stunning views of the tarmac. Situated near Gate 60, the lounge is open from 5:00AM until 10:30PM daily and features complimentary refreshments, WiFi, and a variety of seating options.

First and business class passengers on Air Canada or Star Alliance flights departing from Terminal 6 have access to the lounge, as do Maple Leaf Club members. Non-eligible guests can purchase a day pass for $50 CAD (or $40 USD).

Alaska Airlines Lounge

  • Location: Terminal 6, airside, near Gate 64A.
  • Hours: 5:30AM – 1:00AM.

Conditions of entry: First or Business Class passengers on an Alaska Airlines flight departing from this terminal, or MVP Gold and MVP Gold 75K members.

Day passes are available for purchase at $60

Snapshot showing list of LAX Airport lounges. Credit: Upgradedpoints.com.
Snapshot showing list of LAX Airport lounges. Credit: Upgradedpoints.com.

The Alaska Airlines Lounge at LAX Airport is a small but modern lounge that offers stunning views of the tarmac. Situated near Gate 64A, the lounge is open from 5:30AM until 1:00AM daily and features complimentary refreshments, WiFi, and a variety of seating options.

American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge

3 Location: Regional Terminal, Terminal 4 and Terminal 5.

  • Regional Terminal, near gate 52D: daily: 5:15 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  • Terminal 4, near gate 40: daily: 4 a.m. to 12:45 a.m.
  • Terminal 5, near gate 53B: daily: 4:45 a.m. to 12 a.m.

Hours: 5:00AM – 10:00PM.

Conditions of entry: First or Business Class passengers on an American Airlines flight departing from this terminal, or AAdvantage Admirals Club members.

Day passes can be purchased for $59. Admiral club members also have access to over 50 other Admirals Club lounges worldwide.

The American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge at LAX Airport is a small but modern lounge that offers stunning views of the tarmac. Situated near Gate 40 in Terminal 4, the lounge is open from 4:00AM until 12:45AM daily and features complimentary refreshments, WiFi, and a variety of seating options.

American Airlines Flagship Lounge

Location: Terminal 4, airside, near Gate 40A.

Hours: 4 a.m. to 12:45 a.m.

Conditions of entry: First or Business Class passengers on an American Airlines flight departing from this terminal, or AAdvantage Admirals Club members.

Day passes can be purchased for $50. Admiral club members also have access to over 50 other Admirals Club lounges worldwide.

Be Relax Spa at LAX:

After passing through security at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Be Relax Spas are located on the right side near Gate 12, just past Rock n Brew Restaurant.

  • Address: Los Angeles International Airport, CA 90045 Los Angeles
  • Tel: (1) 310 502 2078
  •  Monday to Friday 6am to 7pm – Saturday & Sunday 10am to 6pm

The Be Relax Spa, located in Terminal 1 after security and open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., offers complimentary treatments to Priority Pass members daily.

Centurion Lounge by American Express:

  • Location: LAX Terminal B, on the left after security
  • Opening Hours: Daily: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Conditions of entry: First or Business Class passengers on an American Airlines flight departing from this terminal, or AAdvantage Admirals Club members.

Day passes can be purchased for $50. Admiral club members also have access to over 50 other Admirals Club lounges worldwide.

The American Express Centurion Lounge at LAX Airport is a small but modern lounge that offers stunning views of the tarmac. Situated near Gate 40 in Terminal 4, the lounge is open from 4:00 AM until 12:45 AM daily and features complimentary refreshments, WiFi, and a variety of seating options.