The Premium Lounge welcomes eligible Oneworld International First/Business Class and Emerald/Sapphire customers. Customers traveling on an AA-operated transcontinental full-fare First Class (F and Z inventory) or full-fare Business Class (J and U inventory), as well as Admirals Club members departing from Concourse E may also access this lounge.
NOTE: Access for Priority Pass and other lounge membership holders are limited to 1200-1500 on Mon and Tues, and 0400-1500 from Wed to Sun, and may be denied access due to space constraints. Priority Pass cardholders are limited to a maximum of 1 guest per cardholder and a maximum of 3 hours per stay. Children under 2 are admitted free.
The fresh fruit and vegetable options are fabulous. Lots of power outlets and plenty of space though I had to wander around somewhat. As non-airline lounges go quite impressive.
A large lounge with lots of seating. The selection of food and drink is great. Try the chicken soup!
Like the place there, it's so nice.
Not too special but ok for a snack and drink. Very friendly associates and decent showers available - just inquire at reception.
This is more of an international style lounge than the standard US offerings. Lots of tasty snacks and a self serve bar. Lots of seating in numerous areas so even in the evening peak there was space.
Nice and quiet makes flying out of E bearable, open bar premium drinks.
Nice lounge for a US destination but with decor straight out of the 80s.
Lounge was great with food and drink. Very well located and easy access. Great views of the tarmac!
An unexpected gem! Doesn't look like much at first but the food selection is fantastic, there's an open self serve bar, plugs near several tables, and some snacks to take away.
Nice club. Very friendly staff here. Open bar, but the decor looks dated. Then again, Miami looks dated so it's nothing unusual. Food is decent, not as good as Amex but good enough :)
Nice. Roomy, plenty of seats & power. Nice food & drink selection, good soup. Definitely dated but not as bad as you expect when entering the elevator. Looks like they might be redecorating.
I am an AA Platinum member who was traveling First Class with my partner out of Terminal E, and when I tried to access this lounge, I was told that I could enter but my partner could not. Shocking!
This is the best lounge experience I've had. Awesome food/drink options. Large space, good wifi. Attentive service. Only one minor complaint, no to-go cups for hot drinks.
This lounge is okay but it could do with an update and become a proper British Airways lounge.
Admirals Club members who have 1-1/2 hours to wait, I would skip the other lounges at Gates D15 and 30 and head to the E Gates and go to the premium one, great food options and open bar way better.
This is the largest lounge I’ve ever been in, endless rooms and seating. The lunch buffet seemed large with good options but we were too early for it so only small snacks.
After security, take the elevator located in the corridor between Gate E2 and the Duty Free Shop, entrance is on Level 5.
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