Seattle Tacoma International Airport Lounges
During a layover at the Seattle Airport, there are lounges you can access and spend some quality time there as you await your flight.
Alaska Airline Lounge
This lounge is open daily from 5 AM to midnight and any passenger can access regardless of their class of travel with the Alaska Airline. To access the lounge you can enroll in a membership program or buy a one day pass for use at the lounges nationwide.
The Lounge located in the north satellite between gate N1 and N2 which is perhaps the biggest, you can access it with a day pass of $45 per entry.
Delta Sky Club
This lounge is located in the south satellite between gate S9 and S10 where you can access daily from 4:45 AM to 10:30 PM. The services available in the lounge are among showers, food, and bar for Delta Air passengers holding premium tickets, and those who are SkyClub members.
There is a mezzanine area, pre-security above Southwest Airlines Counter open daily for 24 hours where the U.S Military and their families can use. The lounge provides fun facilities for children, bunk beds, showers, free snack bars, comprehensive travel information and assistance, and a lounge area equipped with a TV, Xbox games, internet access, and a library.
The Club at Sea offers services at a $ 40-day pass located in Concourse A across the gateA11 and in the South Satellite next to gate S9.
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