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?
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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:
- American Airlines Admirals Club (Western Concourse)
- United Club (Eastern Concourse)
- Delta Sky Club (Terminal C and D)
- Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Eastern Concourse)
- American Express Centurion Lounge (near Eastern Concourse)
- Minute Suites Express
- Be Relax Spa
- No lounge at Terminal A at LaGuardia Airport:
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.
Showers, private nursing room, complimentary Wi-Fi, business center with PCs and printers, TVs, snacks and drinks
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.
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.
Complimentary snacks and drinks, including wine, beer and spirits, TVs, private workspaces, business center with PCs and printers, complimentary Wi-Fi
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!
Showers, private nursing room, business center with PCs and printers, complimentary Wi-Fi, snacks and drinks
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:
– Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Eastern Concourse)
– American Express Centurion Lounge (Eastern Concourse)
– Minute Suites Express (Eastern Concourse)
– United Club (Western Concourse) – $59 per day pass
– Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge (Eastern Concourse) – $50 per day pass
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