The Delta Sky Club is an award-winning retreat that allows relaxation, productivity, or both.
NOTE: This lounge is also accessible to American Express Platinum cardholders, but only when flying with Delta. If you utilize the "create trip" option, the lounge should show up as "free."
The SkyDeck is a great place for spotting. The lounge itself is nice and roomy with lots of plugs to charge devices. "Premium" cocktails are the only negative.
This is a modern, spacious, and well-equipped lounge! On a nice day, be sure to check ou the amazing Sky Terrace!
This place is alright: free snacks, and no self-service abilities.
Spacious lounge with cool decor. Typical Sky Club snack and drink offerings - not great. The deck is fantastic.
Great lounge, clearly the flagship for Delta. Don't forget to get a delicious breakfast on arrival to NYC.
Shower is the best part of this lounge.
I wouldn't recommend paying for entry. When I was here, it was very crowded with a limited selection of free food and drinks.
Very big, but disappointing that you have to pay for food and drinks, which are free in the KLM and Air France lounges. Very limited snack selection too. Not really worth it.
By US Standards, this is a roomy, fantastic-looking lounge. However, only basic beverages and mediocre snacks are offered.
Very spacious and nice lounge with a great patio. Good selections of snacks and beers. Bud/Coors/Miller is free. Nicer beers are not, but seems to discounted ($3 for a Stella).
Typical "Delta Lets Everyone In" Lounge. Overcrowded and understaffed - too many chairs available at bar encourage credit card access persons to annex the bar for free Finlandia. Disappointing overall.
Best Delta lounge in the USA for sure!
Great domestic lounge, with solid hit food and drink selections. Can get busy but not usually an issue with seating. Outside deck is awesome, even had a server coming around getting drink orders.
One of my favorite Sky Clubs. Large, clean, and has great food and coffee options including self serve Starbucks machines. Staff is friendly. Showers and sky deck are also a highlight.
The best domestic lounge I've been to.
We visited this lounge after taking a red eye from Utah and before flying to Dubai. The breakfast and showers were great for the 29$ each we paid with the Amex.
This is one of the larger and nicer SkyClubs that I have been to. I wish the SkyDeck had been open when I was visiting.
Much better than most US lounges. The outdoor area is amazing and great for watching planes. Free food selection was decent.
Not too crowded on a Monday night.. food is pretty good and always well stocked! Plenty of seats available. And not difficult to find a quiet space.
Awesome lounge - hot foods, big bar, multiple drink stations, showers, and a patio. Only thing that kind of sucked was it was pretty packed (Thursday at 5pm).
One of the nicest lounges i've been to in the US. Good food selection, plenty of seating, amazing staff. My flight is in another terminal, and I'm still in this lounge waiting for my flight.
I'm seriously tired of being turned away from Delta Sky Clubs. This is the 2nd time in a row that I'm not important enough to have access or even BUY access to the lounge.
Excellent US lounge; this lounge outshines the AA Flagship Lounge in its modern design, the friendly service, and the extensive paid menu. Lack of a large free buffet keeps it from being world class.
Breakfast is meh....cold continental style offerings....the only hot food is lumpy oatmeal. Wingtips is way better food-wise. Lounge is clean & spacious otherwise, with lots of outlets.
Really big lounge and open late (Virgin kicked me out of the Clubhouse at 9pm). Really fast wifi and smooth check in process. Close to the Delta gates.
Came early in the morning so not many people. It's a nice perk!
This is probably the nicest Delta lounge in the U.S. They did a stellar job.
This is such a vast improvement on former sad Delta lounges. The best part of flying Delta used to be the Skyteam lounge at Heathrow. Almost as good. Kale chicken Caesar salad was excellent tonight.
Very large with plenty of seating decent food/drink selection with attentive staff. Not Centurion Lounge good but it's not bad for a domestic lounge.
Pluses include WiFi and showers. Minuses: harsh lighting, crowded, a line at the bar, charging for alcohol and terrible food.
Overall I thought this lounge was great. Reception was polite and helpful, space was varied & plenty of seating, but it was a Sunday. Food was usual Delta + some extra variety. Bright and relaxing.
This is one of the nicest US lounges I've ever been in. Certainly top Delta domestic lounge. This lounge is HUGE. Probably 10 different sections. Food selection could be improved though.
Like all Delta lounges - cheap. Low quality food. Crappy showers. Disappointing considering the price they charge for airfare.
Not as large as I was expecting, actually. Great selection of snack foods, including an excellent gnocchi! Bar, not self serve, and it was too busy to approach. I'd go back for the food.
Nice, very large lounge with lots of seating. Limited snacks. Great views of airport.
Probably among the best lounges in JFK. Spacious, good wifi, good food spread, nice terrace, tarmac view, good showers, etc. Two stars because charging for the bar at a flagship lounge is inexcusable.
Large, lots of seats and outlets, good selection of hot and cold food, free drinks and wine. What else is needed?
Mad warm. Food choices are lacking for sure. If I have a choice. I won't come here again.
A busy, well-run lounge with updated amenities and attentive service. Food was pretty good, with a good selection. A large space with varied seating options and lots of places to charge.
A great lounge at Terminal 4. The sky deck is great when it's nice weather. Servers clearing dirty dishes will ask you if you would like another drink. Good food selection for US lounge.
Bad food, bad internet, crowded, but at least plenty of seats. Staff not so friendly as should be.
Spacious, convenient, and clean lounge. Premium drinks for purchase, but plenty of free drinks and food. Tons of outlets and seating. Nothing fancy, but certainly helpful.
Check out the SkyDeck to watch for planes.
Between Gates 31 and 33
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