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I had been to the Club at ATL for an evening review in the past but, this particular morning I wanted to check out the breakfast options. I think the Club at ATL is the best lounge in Atlanta. It is located in International Terminal in Hartsfield Jackson Airport. I think that this lounge is better than the Delta Skyclub lounges because of their bar.
The easiest way to get there is to take the plane train to the F concourse and then take the escalator up to the 2nd floor. It’s directly across from the F SkyClub so if you have Delta SkyClub access you can lounge hop between the two.
Unfortunately, it is not better for breakfast. The breakfast selection was terrible. It pretty much encompassed chips, yogurt, cookies and fruit. The one redeeming factor was that it has a great coffee machine.
I used my Priority Pass membership which I have through The Platinum Card® from American Express to access the Club at ATL for free.
Breakfast options included chips, yogurt, cookies and fruit. I was really hoping for something hot and good.
Pretty Sweet Coffee Machine
The main redeeming factor of the breakfast was their coffee machine which served up pretty great coffee.
The Club at ATL is a great option here in Atlanta because their bar offers complementary premium drinks. For breakfast, it wasn’t really worth the trip down to the International Terminal, in my opinion because I wasn’t drinking and the breakfast left a lot to be desired. A daily pass is $35, so if you have Priority Pass membership or Lounge Club membership and can access the Club at ATL for free, I highly recommend doing so if you have some time to kill at Hartsfield Jackson, especially in the evening. Overall, I wish that the Club at ATL would get some better breakfast options, like warm pastries or the like.
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