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."
Staff are great, nice views from this lounge. Complimentary food and drink selection are marginal at best. Lounge is sometimes crowded and sometimes deserted depending on time of day.
This is one of the more modern and upscale lounges (complete with a lux bar that has friendly bar staff) that isn't too crowded.
There are maybe 10 people here total. Service staff seems to be missing or occupied by their cell phones.
I have a first class ticket and full lounge access but they still want me to pay 8 bucks for a drink...
Lounge itself is ok, basic for domestic lounge. Outstanding service. Flight was seriously delayed, last one of day on Delta. staff moved quickly to get me a new flight on different airline.
Nice place to chill, free drinks and snacks. Worth it. We have first class international flight so it's free with it.
Delta is now flying international flights out of A gate which is a good mile from S gate where this lounge is located. Paid little extra to fly Delta for lounge access but won't make same mistake.
Ehh not great. $2.50 for a bottle of sparkling water? If there's a cost you're desperate to pass on, fine, charge a buck. But making a profit off 8 ounces of water? Tacky. Weird chairs. Mediocre food.
Fairly large and relatively quiet while I was here. They had a really great Mac and cheese but little else interesting on the food front. Good place to chill and recharge while having a drink or four.
It's a rooftop lounge so the views were great. Choice of hot food, not that much. Bar is pretty good though.
Typical Delta food options (ie not great). Nice people and service generally. However, the quiet room is adjacent to the food prep room, so it ain't quiet.
Not as nice as Delta Club in LAX but still pretty good. Similar (but less) food options, complimentary house alcohol and shower available for use. Lots of seating too.
Nice lounge with a good amount of seating and good views of Mount Rainier.
Needs a complete renovation. Worn and not very peaceful. Food offerings are not up to other lounges.
Standard Delta lounge, as usual watch out for peak international flight times as it will get crowded.
Great option if you need a place to unwind and relax. Pretty basic food options. Single shower in each bathroom.
Very nice, modern and clean; excellent service.
Lounge has been updated. Clean + modern. Standard food to accompany drinks. Can get busy at times. Stay away from up-charge cocktails. Plenty of outlets.
OK, larger lounge. More people sleeping than other lounges. Espresso machine is out of operation with a printed sign, so it probably goes "down" a lot, eh? That's for my Canadian friends.
Espresso coffee machine not working. Same old tired food options.
This is an open, modern lounge that doesn't have any private areas to work or talk.
Stopped by to use the showers around 9am on a Wednesday during a layover from Shanghai. Not too crowded, nice layout of comfy chairs. Not much hot food, but a nice fruit selection.
Nicer than your average Delta lounge. Quite a lot of space, plane watching and of course snacks and drinks. If I had another S1 departure I'd stop by again.
I tried to get in, with paying 59 Dollars. But, because I won't fly with Delta, they don't let me in?! But for what do or shall I pay something, if I even have to fly with Delta to get in?!
Completely deserted. Staff were incredibly helpful in getting us checked in and drinks sorted out. Brief selection of food and snacks - good for a quick visit
Rooftop Level, near Gates S9 and S10
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