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.
This is a very comfortable and modern lounge that has a great place in the center for getting work done. The trees are a nice touch. However, the snacks are nothing special.
Like the rest of T2, this lounge has a sense of calm & comfort. Lots of free light snacks, WiFi, PCs, and drinks. Reasonably-priced premium food for purchase looks good.
Relaxing, modern lounge that has lots of natural light and comfortable chairs. Limited light snacks are available.
One of the best American lounges. Very clean but understaffed.
Great top 40 music, tons of food and drinks, great service. Not super clean. Provides wifi etc. Covers all the basics well.
This lounge has a very nice shower and spacious/new-ish d�cor. Swing by here if you have time.
Had a shower here after 24 hours of flying from London. The amenities were clean, comfortable, and upscale. A hot, clean shower never felt so good, especially as they provide body washes.
Nice Admirals Club with a helpful staff. The lounge has great, large shower rooms and comfortable seating with great views of the airport. Food/beverage is the usual Admirals Club fare.
It can be busy at times but with lots of snacks and drinks, reasonable wifi, plenty of power points and views over the tarmac, this lounge has a bit of something for everyone.
I think this is the best domestic airline lounge at SFO. It has nice decorations, good seating, great showers, and purchasable warm food.
Typical AC but very nicely sized, usually pretty empty 👍
This was a clean and spacious lounge that offered average food and drink. In my opinion, better than the Alaska Board Room in SFO.
Modern yet comfortable decor and seating. Good design. Typical Admirals Club snack and drink offerings, which aren't great. Overall one of the better-looking ACs.
This is a pretty good lounge. Not as good as the one at LAX but worth sipping by.
Great lounge! Probably one of the best domestic lounges I've been to. Only problem is US Airways is in T1 and AA is in T2 so long walk outside security. Connection coming soon though!
One of the most modern domestic AA lounges; very contemporary, thoughtful design. An excellent way to begin an int'l trip. The AAngels at the desks are who make this lounge stand out from others.
Since this lounge can get pretty busy during peak hours, more power outlets would be beneficial. Otherwise, the service is great, the space is open and relaxed, and the drink/bar selections are great.
This lounge in SFO is beautiful and modern, brightly lit with indoor trees. Point off for slim food options (other than for purchase). OK choice for Term 2; if you have time, go w/ Centurion in Term 3.
Very simple but nice lounge to crash before a local flight with United. Coffee, cookies, cheese, soda, and others and if you are at Emerald level, you can get alcohol for free.
Really nice Admirals Club. Very cool entrance with trees. Snacks are decent enough!
Modern looking lounge with good amenities. There are electrical outlets at virtually every seat, which is very convenient. Complimentary food/alcohol selection is on par with other Admirals Clubs.
Pretty comfortable and quiet atmosphere. Complimentary beers are Bud, Bud Light, and Coors Light. Nice fireplace feature near entrance makes room a bit cozier, trees are an interesting touch.
Had the complimentary house wine and coconut curry. Staff was very nice. Plenty of seating options to choose from with TVs. Quiet and pleasant place to open a laptop.
Decent bar area with a couple of TVs, limited selection of draft beers and wine on the house, geared towards getting your money. Free snacks available, also hot and cold menu for purchase.
Modern airy space with plenty of seats and outlets in the best terminal at SFO, Terminal 2. Lounge is right past security on left. Food is pretty standard but the drinks are fantastic at the bar.
Comfy accessible lounge with lots of space to chill. Their food menu is a little lackluster but you can't beat a full bar.
In-and-out privileges AND you can bring in outside food!! When ordering complementary cocktails, ask the bartender to add their house liquor in. Delicious! Also, $99 for the 30-day access worldwide.
Comfortable lounge, snacks weren't great compared to other lounges. Had to pay for pack of chips. Only accessed it because I have Citi Prestige. Not worth paying $50 if you are walking in.
Although fairly large, this lounge was crowded at 7pm on a Monday. Limited food options (fruit and party mix) but there's at least better options for purchase.
Come for the Chicken Coconut Curry soup - the best Indonesian style soup in the USA. Love that soup. It's a busy lounge, but has plenty of power outlets and veggies, cookies, and fountain drinks.
Really great staff - super friendly and helpful.
Decent food offerings - veggies, dip, cheese, 2 soups and some cookies plus very basic beer and wine ($$ if you want premium). Would not pay to enter. Lots of comfortable space to sit with outlets.
Lounge is nice enough, but don't come hungry, because you'll also leave hungry. Anything worth eating costs extra.
Much nicer than Delta lounge in SFO...clean, modern and comfortable.
In true American fashion you can BUY food here. Seems that these guys are experts at charging money. The free snacks are a joke.
Very large open space. Limited private space. Excellent staff. Standard free food options. Interesting desserts for purchase.
Great decor, wonderful views and friendly agents make for a great experience. Just don't expect much from the snacks provided.
Drink coupons? Ugh, pay for average food? Don't worry, there are celery sticks and tiny cubes of orange cheese which are free! Rubbish, SF deserves better. Internet isn't bad, lounge is comfy.
The staff here are always friendly. There's not much choice as the only lounge in the terminal if you don't want to enter/reenter for Centurion Lounge.
Generally friendly service, snacks are nothing to write home about but one of the nicer lounges in the American Airlines system.
Good lounge, let down by very silly voucher system for premium drinks.
After security, proceed 50 feet ahead, entrance is on the left.
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