American Airlines Miami Admirals Club Video Walk Through


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I recently had a chance to visit the American Airlines Admirals Club in Miami. There are actually three American Airlines club options in Miami. There is an Admirals Club near gate D14, the Admirals Club in the video below near gate D30, and then there is the Premium Lounge.

The Admirals Club lounges are open daily from 4:30 AM ET to 11:30 PM ET. Since the Premium Lounge doesn’t open until 1 PM, I took time to check out the Admirals Club near gate D30.

Check-in on the ground level was easy. I handed over my boarding pass along with passport and was greeted by name with two drink vouchers. The Premium drinks and food are available for sale in the Admirals Club but are free in the Premium Lounge. I was offered two free drink tickets good for the day in the Admirals Club. Wifi is also complimentary.

I reserved one of the shower stalls and found it fully functional.

American Airlines Miami AAdmirals Club Shower

Then I headed over to the bar to grab a snack.

American Airlines Miami AAdmirals Club Bar

I tried the breakfast club sandwich and it was a toasted croissant with egg, bacon, tomato and cheese. I enjoyed it for only $4.50 plus tax.

American Airlines Miami AAdmirals Club Breakfast Sandwich

Check out the video below for a video walk through. I did my best to capture the club with the option I had available.

The video starts off on the second floor information desk area and moves past seating area on the right and then a food to go cafe on the left. After that, it opens up into a large seating area with a bar to the left followed by a hallway with showers and restrooms. Finally, it finishes with another seating area overlooking the gate areas and back down a hallway to the second floor information desk area.

Bottom Line

The American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge near gate D30 is the larger of the two Admirals Clubs in Miami. It offers a quiet business room, plenty of seating and a large bar serving premium beverages for sale and complimentary domestic beer, wine and house liquor.

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Comments

  1. D30 also has probably the best food of any Admiral’s Club in the US.

    The BA/IB/AA Premium Lounge isn’t an Admiral’s Club, though Admiral’s Club members departing concourse E do have access (no guests).

  2. Get ready to be physically accosted.
    I visited the MIA Aadmirals lounge with my wife. It should be stated that my wife was 6 weeks post orthopedic surgery on her arm, plates and screws implanted. She was fully cleared for travel but we never asked the surgeon about lounge use.
    As we exited one of the elevators the other elevator opened and a scrimmage of AA uniformed ground personnel exited, evidently protecting a VIP from any attention as well as exposure to air. They almost knocked us down, I was hit hard by an elbow and did get bruised. One, and only one of this team turned to us and half apologized. I asked for a name, none was fothcoming. There was no injury but I expected an apology but it was not to be had.
    The lounge visit was not worth it.

  3. Thanks for the video.
    btw, did you use a phone to take the video and, which software was used for cutting/editing the film?
    Thx!

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