The Club SEA Lounge Review at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) For Priority Pass Members
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Every time I fly through SeaTac airport (SEA), I go to the Amex Centurion Lounge, which is part of the American Express Platinum Card access benefits. I had over 3 hours of layover this time in Seattle, so I decided to check out The Club SEA airport lounge in concourse A. Here’s my review.
The Club location at SeaTac airport (SEA) airport is easy to find, and it’s located in Concourse A, across from gate A11. It’s a little walking if you are flying out from other concourses. However, all concourses in SEA airport are connected, so you do not need to exit and clear TSA security again to go to the Club lounge in concourse A.
The Club SEA Guests & Access
The Club SEA can be accessed for a fee; however, if you have a Priority Pass Membership, you can access the Club lounge SEA for free. Any guests can be accompanied, subject to the Priority Pass membership you have. Priority Pass membership through premium travel credit cards typically allows you to bring up to two (2) guests, free of charge, into the Club SEA lounge.
The Club SEA lounge size is not big but also not small. There are plenty of leather lounge chairs available in the lounge. However, it can get busy, and finding a good seat can be difficult. The lounge serves its purpose if you are simply there to relax and grab something to eat and drink. Depending on your seat, one side offers the terminal view while the other offers the SEA train tracks view.
Tall table and chairs
There’s also a business center with additional seats but no computer or printer for you to use.
Business Center Seats
The Club SEA Food Menu
I was inside The Club SEA during lunchtime.
The Club SEA served tomato bisque, rice, and chicken stir fry along with some cheese and vegetable assortments.
The buffet-style food station is located next to the bar area.
Cheese and Vegetables
The Club SEA Food
There is a bar, and all alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are complimentary. There’s also a drinks menu too if you like to order some cocktails and beers off the menu.
The Club SEA Bar & Buffet Station
There’s a bathroom inside the Club SEA lounge, so you do not need to get out of the lounge. Toilets are not fully enclosed.
The Club SEA Concourse A at SeaTac airport (SEA) airport is not a big lounge but has quite a few seats. However, it can be very busy, and getting a good seat may be challenging. I appreciate the lounge has hot and cold food menu items and a full-service bar for alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
I prefer Amex Centurion Lounge over The Club SEA, but the Club SEA is also available to Priority Pass members. You don’t have to hold American Express Platinum Card or American Express Business Platinum Card to access The Club SEA if you have Priority Pass Membership.
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