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.
Nice basic lounge. Very friendly and professional staff.
Much better than the one in concourse A. Way bigger and much more clean and comfortable.
There's not much about this lounge for you to write home about. The WiFi is pretty slow, and there were loud soccer moms when I was here.
Very clean domestic quality lounge. Decent snacks but no real food. Tropical fruit trail mix is very good. Upstairs so nice views. Quiet place to relax.
No complaints, small but great. It is a standard American lounge!
This is the quietest lounge of the US Airways Clubs in Phoenix. For a club in the U.S., the food offerings are pretty nice, and include soup and bagels.
Rude and unhelpful front counter staff.
Much nicer than the lounges in A. Chicken noodle soup, tomato soup, lentil salad, and crackers were available for lunch in addition to the regular snacks and sweets.
The staff is extremely unhelpful, making no effort to help customers.
Newly redone with significantly more space. A bit neutral in tone but nicely done. Good selection of snacks and friendly staff throughout.
Very nice domestic lounge!! Clean and quiet, with a good view of the tarmac for airplane lovers. Standard snacks, but everything was great!
Warm greeting. Kind staff. Clean up used plates often. Ordered a turkey panini with a salad. Good taste.
Nice new design. Clean. Super nice staff. But impossibly small bathrooms. With one stall in the men's room, if you planned a quick stop between flights... hit up the main hall first.
Save yourself the crowd and frustration and take a walk to the A7 gate AA Club. This one is too small and crowded, as is the other A gate location. AA needs to combine efforts of all lounges into one.
This one is not bad for breakfast. For lunch and dinner, Platinum card holders get a better food option in the same B wing at the PHX club. I find the staff a bit snotty at this Admirals location.
Heather's service was phenomenal! Basic domestic beers included, but good snacks for a US lounge. TVs weren't working, but was able to stream the games via free wifi.
Nice clean small club. Can get crowded at times. Staff is friendly. If you have the time and the place isn't crowded, better than hanging out at the terminals.
Still not a good lounge, even by Admirals Club standards but much better then the one in the A concourse. More room but still can get easily overcrowded.
This is a small lounge with friendly customer service. The coffee machines are in the back near the back, and the bagged chips and cookies are in the front.
This lounge was closed for renovation when I came, but will check back!
This is a nice little club with self-serve bagels, oatmeal, and yogurt in the mornings. It also has nice views of the tarmac.
This lounge is weak when it comes to snacks and I didn't see any food for purchase. If you don't need food there are a lot of outlets and good seats.
Standard amenities, nothing remarkable but nice enough.
This is a great, revamped club! The atmosphere is good, the food selection is yummy, and the drink options are great (try the Bloody Mary's). The staff is also great.
Small lounge. Snacks consist of olives, chips, and cookies. Near empty when I visited on a Sunday late afternoon. Seems OK to me.
This is a great, newly-renovated club that has a very nice staff.
Newly renovated. Now serving free liquor in addition to beer and wine, great views of the mountains and the airport, what's not to like?
Space is small but not terribly crowded on Sat morning. Expect all the AA mod cons + house-made guac. Only one toilet available in M bathroom
Above Gates B5 and B7
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