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The beautiful new American Express Centurion Lounge in Hong Kong represents an excellent new addition to the AMEX lounge network. I arrived at the airport nearly 2.5 hours before my flight to Chicago and thus had plenty of time to relax in the lounge. Show More Summary
AmEx has just announced a new addition to its lounge network - JFK International. What's in it for you?
I usually travel through SEA with my wife who has an Alaska Lounge membership so we spend our layovers in one of the three lounges there. Here is a review of their newest lounge in the C Concourse. On this rare occasion, I was on my own on a six hour layover so time to […] The post Lounge Review: The Centurion Lounge in SEA appeared first on The Military Frequent Flyer.
Amex Centurion Lounge Slated for JFK Airport. Terminal 4 will be home to the largest Centurion Lounge at over 15,000 Square feet across 2 levels.
American Express announced today that it plans to open its 10th Centurion Lounge at JFK’s Terminal 4 in New York. This will be a 15,000-square foot lounge that spans two floors. The press release claims special features to be announced...Show More Summary
Airport and air travel can be stressful, especially when delays happen, young children are involved, etc. One way to reduce the stress level a bit is to retreat to an airport lounge between flights. In the traditional US airline lounge...Show More Summary
One of my favorite travel perks is having access to the American Express Centurion Lounges which are operated by American Express. And it is great news when Amex decides to add a new lounge for cardholders to benefit from! Up next, JFK!...Show More Summary
The two-level, 15,000-square-foot lounge is expected to open “by early 2019." The JFK location would be the 10th of Amex's upscale airport clubs.
American Express is opening a Centurion lounge at New York JFK's terminal 4 in early 2019. It will be the largest Centurion lounge yet and they promise "new amenities" on top of standard Centurion lounge offerings. Continue reading American Express Opening Centurion Lounge in New York JFK’s Terminal 4...
One of the best perks of The Platinum Card® from American Express and The Business Platinum® Card from American Express OPEN is access to Centurion Lounges. These lounges are for the most part significantly better than what’s offered...Show More Summary
Good morning everyone. This past weekend, my girlfriend and I made a short trip to Las Vegas. During the weekend, we visited 4 lounges (the SFO Centurion Lounge once, the LAS Centurion Lounge twice, and the OAK Escape lounge). When...Show More Summary
On my recent visit to the American Express Centurion Lounge Las Vegas, I was pleased to learn that they were offering guests a complimentary gift for the Holidays. They had two options, a men’s and woman gift both from Birchbox, however...Show More Summary
I usually connect through SLC when I am on my way to NY. I’m used to the Delta Sky Club there and their single pours. Out of habit, I go to the Delta Sky Club in MSP in order to write a scathing review of its Bloody Marys. This time, I had the wherewithal to […] The post Escape Lounge MSP: Better Than Centurion? appeared first on The Points Of Life.
TPOL is headed back to NYC next week and is debating whether he should fly into LGA for convenience and Centurion Lounge libations or Newark for what Bloomberg calls the best sushi in the New York area. Their basis for the claim is that the products come from the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. If you […] The post The Best Sushi Is In EWR? appeared first on The Points Of Life.
American Express opened the Centurion Lounge at Philadelphia International Airport at the end of October 2017. To review, these lounges are accessible for free to anyone with an American Express Platinum Card or Centurion Card. The network...Show More Summary
My own take is that if you’ve got cash in your pocket then $5 for a 15 minute spa treatment is appropriate, and a buck or two per drink unless the bartender is going out of their way for you and doing something special. If you thinkShow More Summary
The one 'special feature' I enjoy most out of American Express U.S. lounges is the "wine wall" in San Francisco. I never drink wine onboard in domestic first class, and don't touch the house wines in US airline lounges. I love nice wines...Show More Summary
American Express opened a Centurion lounge in Hong Kong several weeks ago. While there are American Express lounges in several locations around the world, such as Sydney and Mexico City, this is the first Centurion Lounge outside the...Show More Summary