- The Club at SEA (A11)
- The Club at SEA (near Sky Club)
- The Club at LAS (both)
- The Club at ATL (F concourse)
- The Club at MCO
This past weekend I reviewed the new AMEX Centurion Studio at Seattle’s SEA airport near B3. I was not impressed with this lounge. A better choice, that I would recommend, is walking to A11 and checking out The CLUB at SEA instead.
That is, if you have the free Priority Pass that comes with the non-Delta AMEX Platinum cards, personal or business, you see above that gets you access to The CLUB at SEA.
While not exactly “next door”, if you are a Delta flyer with some extra time, this lounge really is a nice choice.
It is located one floor up so either take the elevator or stairs up.
The staff was very welcoming and the lounge was not very busy (nor are they often very busy I was told). Nice.
There is no shower in this lounge, but bathroom and lockers are available for use.
Food is Skyclub “like”, that is, soup and light snacks. If you are looking for a salad you will need to go to the Skyclub or Alaska Boardroom.
There is, however, unlike the Centurion, a full bar.
And if you are looking for a mimosa, yeah, you can get one of those here. Plus, as you can see, they have a neat way to provide power all over the club via pop-up power outlets in the tables. Impressive.
While not a “huge” lounge there it did feel spacious to me and you have either a view of the concourse on one side and outside on the other.
Bottom line is there are a bunch of lounge choices at SEA airport. If you are arriving at one of the “satellite S gates” you may need to go to either the current Skyclub or the smaller The CLUB at SEA but if not, check this one out – I think you will like it! – Rene
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