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.
Huge. Lots of space, good light. Quiet areas available. Not hard to find quiet place to relax or work.
Just an average domestic lounge. A decent amount of space.
If you're a member, this lounge is worth the trip. The staff is friendly, WiFi is fast, and club was roomy. If you're not a member, however, go to the Terminal A Club for empty spaces.
Huge, better food spread at breakfast than other Admirals lounges I've visited. Not that many outlets, though.
The painfully slow Wi-Fi is so frustrating, and puts a dark cloud over an otherwise standard lounge.
Great lounge, upscale and modern. Tons of room, serve the usual snacks plus mushroom soup. Great stop to relax and refresh. Huge bar and prompt service. Needs more plus in the lounge area.
This lounge ties the A lounge as the best PHL lounge, which means that it's just okay. Good views, large spaces, and standard domestic lounge food are offered.
Spacious lounge with plenty of comfortable seating. Wish there were more outlets. Decent snack and soup selection in the afternoon.
This is pretty much a standard large-sized US Air club, no different from the main club in CLT. There is a seeming lack of power outlets though and the air is kept rather cold here.
Your typical domestic US lounge, but quite large and not crowded on Fri am. Food options very basic, some fruit, bagels in the morning, juices. Also has wine and beer and paid drinks. Wifi seems ok.
The lounge is huge, but they did a good job of creating small spaces within. The location is nice and convenient to the Marketplace.
The cheese is a distant memory. Cheap biscuits or chips/dip only options now. Glad I am not paying my way in.
Wifi speeds adequate but this was during a Sunday afternoon with no more than 30 guests. Spacious, lots of windows, standard amenities. Front desk reception friendly, bartender a little surly
This place is decent on non-busy days. The poor WiFi and pre-packaged cheese and crackers are the "highlights" of this lounge.
Lots of space to relax, charge up electronics and grab a snack & drink.
A large and spacious lounge that has an odd layout. The food service meets the minimum standards of US Air.
Large, plenty of comfortable seating. Power outlets are scarce. Decent bar, good service. Snacks are wasabi mix, pretzels, chips/salsa, cookies. Coffee machine, pitchers of water. Fairly basic.
Skip the AC's in Terminal A and come to this one, it can be pretty busy but this lounge can handle it because it's huge, love the TVs too.
Slightly above average snacks and coffees in addition to a selection of fruits. Bud and cheap wines and liquors are the complimentary offerings. Nice views of the runway - a solid domestic lounge.
Used to be able to use my American Express Platinum, now they turn you away, very rude are the desk.
I thought people were kidding about the slow WiFi, but they weren't. You'll be better off using dial-up. 1mbps download, max. The lounge was empty Wed. afternoon, and the snacks were minimal.
Not great, but light-years nicer than waiting downstairs at the gate. The lounge agents are helpful, but there's really nothing that makes this lounge stand out.
Great service and great atmosphere here! I always head to this one even if I'm in a different terminal. Food is average but they do a good job keeping it stocked and it is clean.
Large, modern, clean, comfortable. Not so many food choices.
An incredibly spacious lounge with lack-luster food offerings. The Coca-Cola and Sprite tasted rather off as well. Better than waiting downstairs, but this lounge could really improve.
Large spacious lounge, typical of Admirals clubs. Painfully slow wifi and very few power outlets! Food is basic cheese, crackers etc. Ok if a member but I wouldn't go out of my way
Decent snacks and yummy soup. Located in kind of a weird area, find the shops between B and C and go up! Bartenders were a bit socially awkward but came around eventually.
Spacious lounge with plenty of seating but looks dated and has limited number of electrical outlets. Complimentary food options are on par with other Admirals Clubs, leaving much to be desired.
Large lounge. Limited power. Reasonable bar, limited food, although good soup. Clean toilets.
Freezing at all times. FREEZING - so much so that I sometimes leave to go to the gate area instead. There is a large quiet area which makes it good for me to get away.
Normal domestic lounge. Former US Airways Club that got new furniture. Quiet, comfortable seating. Power plugs are a bit scarce, though.
Large lounge upstairs with lots of natural light and pod style areas. Furniture is utilitarian but newish. Staff is professional but not overly friendly.
3rd Floor, between Terminals B and C, escalator entrance is across from the food court.
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