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The new international terminal at Hartsfield International Airport is open for business and so is the new Delta SkyClub located in the new International F terminal. We got a chance to see the doors officially open for business last week and test out the club for ourselves. We liked what we found, so we are happy to be able to share a dry and wet run walk through with you today.
The SkyClub is located on the second level of the new terminal. There are two entrances, the main one which you’ll see in the picture below and a second entrance that takes you directly to the shower section. We witnessed the Delta team including CEO Richard Anderson officially open it’s doors for business.
The bar area has plenty of seating. You can try one of the many complimentary beer, wine or wells drinks. Or take a walk on the wild side with a signature cocktail from the premium menu.
We couldn’t just do a dry run at the bar. Of course we ordered a signature cocktail. Someone had to make sure the bar worked. We thought it might as well have been us. So we took a look at the signature cocktail menu and ordered one for ourself. I think the cocktail bill came to $11 in total. We really liked the drink we selected and will share the details in an upcoming post very soon.
The SkyClub offers the usual assortment of carrots, celery, olives, crackers, humus, candy popcorn, pretzel, and my favorite, the Biscoff cookie with Nutella chocolate.
There are three main seating areas. When you enter the SkyClub the first seating area is to your right next to the Beats lounge. If you head up the stairs you’ll find a lounge which is more quiet and looks down over the main seating area. The other main seating area is to the left just past the bar.
Great windows for plane spotting.
The beats room at the SkyClub is where you can sit back, relax and listen to your favorite music. If you have a bluetooth technology enabled device, you can connect up to their players and stream music directly to your device.
The Delta team is considering expanding this offering at other SkyClubs. What do you think, would you use the beats lounge to try out some cool music players and latest beats?
The showers in the Delta SkyClub have a separate entrance. You can also access the showers from within the lounge. The idea here is that if you are in a rush, you can head straight to the shower section and reserve one of the eight showers for use.
For a little extra space, reserve the largest shower behind the last door on the left side.
The SkyClub is in the process of getting their soap and shampoo provider agreement in place. So they’ll have an announcement soon about the new provider.
A big thanks for Delta for allowing us to attend the opening day and bring these pictures to Points, Miles & Martinis readers.
Next up we’ll share pictures from being on top of the Gate at F1 while the first international flight was leaving the terminal for Tokyo.