Notes:I was lucky enough to be at this United Club on a Sunday so crowds were very light but it appears that this lounge also has the capacity to accommodate busier periods. This is a big, circular room (an ode to the oval office perhaps?) with quite a few well-spaced & reasonably comfortable leather chairs. There is also some table seating available and if you’re lucky enough to get here ahead of anyone else you might even score the large velvety sofa in the center of the lounge.
Wi-Fi & Workstations: A half dozen workstations are available for getting in some pre-flight work. These are just off the main room so you’ll be away from the masses during busy times. Wi-fi, Fax and copy services are complimentary.
Service/Food & Drink: Service was good but not exceptional. A standard greeting at the front desk and acceptable service at the bar were enough to keep us happy. In regards to food- Not much to see here. This was an afternoon visit so just a basic snack selection was made available. [*Please comment below if you’ve been here at other times with different selections.]
Convenience to gate: Very convenient to United gates and a reasonably short walk to Delta flights. This terminal is relatively small so nothing is too far.
Rating: 4 hops (of 5)
How we got in/Strategy:Priority Pass membership (recommended) allows you to enter member clubs like this one worldwide. A must-have if you’re planning to visit several lounges over the next year. Other ways to get in: Reciprocal access is granted for fully paid lounge members of domestic Star Alliance partners United Club and US Airways (US Airways Club).