Centurion Lounge Access for Amex Platinum Members


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American Express now provides Business Platinum Card from American Express OPEN with complimentary access to their new Centurion Lounges which are currently located in Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Terminal D and at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport in Concourse D.

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Lounge Amenities Include:

  • Gourmet seasonal fare from renowned chefs like Scott Conant and Dean Fearing
  • Signature cocktails by Mixologist Jim Meehan and fine wines curated by Anthony Giglio
  • Complimentary spa treatments from award-winning lifestyle brand, exhale®. Only available in Dallas/Forth Worth location. Services subject to availability.
  • Member Services Professionals to assist with travel arrangements, reservations and more
  • Thoughtfully appointed work, play and relaxation areas

Lounge Hours:

  • Las Vegas (LAS): 5:00am – 12:00am
  • Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW): 5:30am – 10:00pm

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To be admitted to The Centurion Lounge, you must be an American Express cardholder.  Any eligible American Express Card Member may purchase a One-Day Pass at The Lounge for $50. If you have a Platinum Card or Centurion Card from American Express, access to The Centurion Lounge is complimentary as part of your Card Membership

Bottom Line

In my opinion, this is a great perk for American Express Platinum Cardmembers. More lounges are expected to open soon so keep an eye out for future locations including one at San Francisco Airport.

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Comments

  1. Flying thru DFW and changing terminals is not my idea of fun but since I had to do it I stopped in……..the chase lounges at the end of the bar are perfect and secluded and the BBQ is some of the best in my post Texas life……….and you never have to lift a finger for your drinks………I was so relaxed I forgot to use the complimentary spa services……….this is definitely an upgrade from other clubs……….

  2. As noted elsewhere, been to the LV lounge. With a non-qualifying AMEX card and $50 entry was easy and, one of the best $50 travel costs I’ve ever paid. The Centurion Lounge at LV was one of the best of my experience and, for the casual flyer with a bit too much time, easily worth the cost. That it is superior to other lounges is an understatement. A very nice cocktail, a fresh sandwich, a handsome salad and, with still more time to kill, a mid-trip shower was a genuine blessing. Although I did not need power access during my visit, AMEX’s lounge designers have (finally!) included plenty of the various outlets near virtually every seat. As a general thing, I don’t use airport lounges on a buy-in basis, accessing them only when my current ticket grants access. AMEX’s Centurion is the exception and I’ll spring the $50 for a repeat visit to the LV lounge if/when I’m there. Since even premium domestic seats don’t include much food these days (and coach – nothing), when the fare is good a one-day buy-in is often well worth the cost.

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