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.
Lounge is adequate and certainly on par with small AA lounges I've been in recently.
The only benefit to this lounge is that it provides comfortable places to sit and work. Other features include apoor snack selection, awful coffee, few electrical outlets, and painfully slow internet.
Having been to this lounge many times, service & cleanliness are really hit and miss. The offerings are basic but it is still a better place to hang out as compared to the usually chaotic gate areas.
Small and cramped, but front desk agents are friendly, and there was hot soup at 3pm. Wifi acceptable but it wasn't super crowded. Bad: only one stall for men.
Decent amenities but the service personnel could be more friendly.
Small but very nice lounge. Comfortable seating with decent amount of outlets. Regular snack selection. Friendly service.
Small, but worth stopping for a drink and a bite before hopping on a puddle jumper to Harrisburg. Make sure to look out the windows, as Air Force One parks nearby when the President is in town.
Yes, this is a smaller lounge, but it's had an overhaul. It's new, tons of outlets, seating, and wifi. It's quiet and has the normal minimal snacks of these size Admirals Clubs. When in F term, do it.
Small but nice. The wifi is good, staff great. Outlets everywhere.
Standard US Airways Club. Much smaller than the B/C club but much newer looking, given the recent construction of Terminal F.
Nice clean lounge. Super friendly & helpful front desk (Jennifer) & bar staff (Dana) but sadly no premium drink tickets for One World Sapphire members like in other AA lounges. No mimosa for me. 😔
Not bad at all. It's quiet, has good service, a good coffee maker and doesn't seem to lack any of the basics.
Small lounge, but one of the nicest small lounges I've been in.
The only redeeming quality this lounge has is that it's in F. The standard domestic lounge food is offered, the views are okay, and the space is cramped.
Small domestic lounge with bagels and juice for breakfast. Not busy at 6am. Lots of seating, but one toilet is not enough for a lounge this size.
Small but adequate for the commuter terminal. Nice view of all of the regional jets parked on either side. 4 small work stations available with access to printers.
Men's bathroom is inadequate, people queuing at 0630 on a Sunday morning.
Level 2, above the Food Court
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