Enjoy personalized service, comfort and exceptional amenities. The ability to stretch out. To unfetter. To peel away. Treat an Admirals Club lounge as an oasis of peace - away from all of the airport hustle. Because we know a little space to yourself can add up to a feeling, well, really big.
Everything about this space is impressive except for its minimal snack offerings. The lounge is spacious and bright with lots of pretty furniture, awesome showers, a quiet room, kids zone, and gym.
This is a huge lounge, and if you go to the back section, you'll find a super quiet area because not many people go there.
"Domestic Lounge 4 Stars." The natural stone & lighting make it very comfy. The extra privacy (if you know where to look) is superb. And the shower...I'll detour to Terminal A just for those!
This is a large and very comfortable lounge. Food is mediocre compared to the American Express Centurion Lounge.
A lot of space but almost no food and drinks for free. There are way better BC lounges out there.
This lounge has possibly the best lounge showers ever! The space is great, painted in comfortable colors. Find the smoking area near the bar.
Spacious, airy, multiple types of seating areas, typical AC snacks and bar and helpful agents. To me, it's totally lacking in charm. Impersonal decor.
Awesome staff, but the real highlight here is the shower. It had 8 shower heads! And a towel heater. It is better than most spas and hotels! Worth the visit even if you are in another terminal.
Large lounge. Nice kids room, smoking room. Food options: soup (veggie and non-veggie), cheese, crackers, snack mix, as well as other options.
Huge lounge with plenty of quiet areas. The gym is understandably limited, good office-type chairs are in the cyber cafŽ, and solid WiFi (17Mbps+ up/down) is available. Food options aren't great.
Out of all the four Admiral lounges at DFW, this has the best showers. I always go out of my way to use the showers here, even if I'm leaving from a different terminal!
Large lounge with limited snack options and plugs but responsive Wi-Fi. I was able to print boarding passes for an upcoming Ryanair flight. Didn't stay long enough to enjoy other amenities.
Several individual salon rooms with a variety of different types of seats. Large business center. Tastefully decorated and upkeep.
Large, spacious. Many different AA lounges at DFW and they're all similar. Limited snack options hard to compete with making the detour to the Centurion lounge.
Surprisingly nice for an American lounge. Nice food and drink selection, though I would have liked more comfortable seating.
Nice, large lounge is an oasis of calm in a busy terminal. Complimentary drink + 2 soup choices and cheese, crackers and olives. Lots of nice, quiet areas to relax. Never did find the showers...
This lounge gets three stars strictly because of its shower facilities. The showers have large rainfall heads and six side nozzles. Highly relaxing, just don't forget to turn on the heated towel rack!
The showers are the best part....besides that, it's fine.
Nice staff and great lentil soup and hummus.
Good sized lounge with lots of seats and power. Limited food and drinks. Gym is a nice additional feature and shower rooms are large and high quality.
Large, otherwise standard Admirals Club, but with a small gym and seriously amazing showers. Water comes at you from six different directions!
This is a great lounge with croissants, pastries, and coffee for breakfast. In general, the lounge is spacious and very relaxed.
3-stars for the awesome showers that shoot water at you from several directions. Also, lovely natural stone decor. Cons: Food is typical for AA lounge. A darkish lounge with small windows & no view.
Nice to catch a bite, have a drink, while waiting for your flight. Also, showers and a couple of treadmills. A nice quite area & sports bar area, love the choices.
Massive lounge but lacks plugs for chargers. Since the lounge is so big, it feels odd that the one bar is at the far end.
The friendly, helpful staff and clean, modern facilities contribute to a solid AA lounge experience.
Not very luxurious but feels welcoming and plenty of space. Outstanding massage shower.
Huge lounge with a dedicated kids' section. Food selection isn't that great at 0600 hours, but the wifi is excellent.
One of the better Admirals Clubs with modern and spacious amenities. Same poor American Airlines lounge food.
My favorite AA lounge in DFW. Good selection of food and drinks and nice seating. Love the "wanderlust" products in the bathroom too.
A huge, nicely decorated lounge w/ light food offerings such as veggies, soup, cookies, nuts, etc. Beverages offered as well. Plenty of seating.
Crowded on a Monday afternoon, of course. Standard AAdmirals' Club fare, pleasant bartenders. Beats the hustle and bustle of the terminals, of course -- but it won't wow you.
Comfortable, basic lounge amenities, and very spacious.
Currently closed for maintenance, won't take paying customers.
Not sure if they're doing this every day, but it seems that they are serving premium drinks during construction. Not just the normal well drinks.
No longer supports US military. New policy only allows entry to military in uniform and started that would go away in a few months.
Limited service due to construction (May '17). Fairly crowded. Should be nice when done.
They no longer allow military with only ID cards. You must be on orders and in uniform, but most military don't travel in their uniforms and some are forbidden from wearing their uniforms.
How anyone can describe this lounge as "fresh" I've no idea! Overcrowded, usual poor food quality, dreadful. AA customer experience team need to wake up and the coffee! Avoid this refugee camp.
Across from Gate 24.
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