In 2019, Priemeclass Lounge at JFK started accepting Priority passes and many travelers have been enjoying everything this lounge has to offer.
If you’re looking for a luxurious airport lounge experience, Primeclass Lounge at JFK is the place to be. While I was able to find very few reviews online about this lounge, the few that I found gave me a good understanding of how passengers feel about it.
What is Primeclass Lounge?
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The Primeclass Lounge at JFK is an airport lounge that offers passengers a comfortable place to relax or work before their flight. It is a 5,120-square-foot lounge in Terminal 1. During the Pandemic, the Terminal 1 location was temporarily closed but is now operational. There are some reports of a Primeclass lounge at Terminal 4 but wasn’t able to find up-to-date info on whether it is still operational.
Primeclass is a Swedish company that operates airport lounges around the world. This lounge is one of their flagship locations and it definitely lives up to the hype. It’s Zurich lounge is operated by Turkish-based TAV
The lounge is located in Terminal 1 (Inside Security) between Gates 10 and 11 as shown in the map below by loungepair.com
- Monday: 10:30 am – 01:00 am
- Tuesday: 10:30 am – 10:30 pm
- Wednesday: 10:30 am – 01:00 am
- Thursday: 10:30 am – 11:30 pm
- Friday: 10:30 am – 01:00 am
- Saturday: 10:30 am – 10:30 pm
- Sunday: 10:30 am – 11:30 pm
Amenities at Primeclass
The Primeclass Lounge at JFK offers a variety of amenities to make your time there more enjoyable, including:
- Premium Food
- Flight Monitors
- Newspapers & Magazines
- Internet Terminals
- Printers & Copiers
- 18+ Cardholder
For an additional fee, you can also get the following;
- Spirits & Liquor
- Beer & Wine
The following are not available at Primeclass Lounge:
- Spa Services
- Private Rooms
- Children’s Area
- Conference Rooms
- Smoking Area
- Shoe Shine
- Clothes Press
Here are some helpful info to note:
- This lounge is for passengers departing from Terminal 1.
- Children under 7 years are admitted free with an adult.
- Lounge access may be restricted due to lounge capacity constraints and the lounge reserves the right to reserve seating as necessary.
- Complimentary alcoholic beverages are limited to two per person.
Food and beverage in the JFK Primeclass Lounge
As mentioned above, the food available at Primeclass Lounge is premium and there is a good selection of both hot and cold dishes. The lounge also has a full bar with a wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
One reviewer on tripadvisor.com said the food was “fantastic” and that there was a “good variety” of both hot and cold dishes. Another reviewer on the same site said the food was “delicious” and that he was also able to find some info on the food available at the Zurich Primeclass Lounge, which is operated by TAV. The menu looks very similar to what’s offered at JFK, with a mix of hot and cold dishes as well as a full bar.
Below is the drinks menu which you’ll find as soon as you enter the lounge;
And there is more below;
How to access Primeclass Lounge JFK:
The day pass will cost you $54 and are allowed a maximum of 3-hour stay.
You can also get access through Priority membership. Priority pass is a membership program that gives members access to over 1,300 airport lounges around the world. The membership itself costs $99 annually and gives you access to 10 free lounge visits per year. After that, each visit will cost you $35.
If you’re flying business or first class with certain airlines, you may also have complimentary access to the lounge.
What’s the Cost of Primeclass Lounge at JFK:
The cost of the lounge is $54 for a single-day pass or if you have a membership and haven’t exhausted your complimentary visits per years, it is free. If you’ve ran out of complimentary visits, each subsequent visit will cost you $35.
You can also access the lounge if you’re flying business or first class with certain airlines.
FAQs about Primeclass Lounge JFK:
Is the lounge open during the Covid-19 pandemic?
Yes, the lounge is open but with reduced hours and capacity.
Do I need to show my boarding pass?
Yes, you will need to show your boarding pass to get access to the lounge.
Can I bring a guest?
Yes, you can bring one guest with you if you have a day pass or if you’re a member and have not used up your complimentary visits for the year.
Do you need to be 18+ to get into the lounge?
Yes, you need to be 18 years or older to enter the lounge.
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