Lounge Review: American Express Centurion Lounge Seattle


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The American Express Centurion Studio Seattle is located in Concourse B across from Gate B3. You can easily access the lounge from the which is located in Concourse B at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The lounge is open daily from 5am-10pm and can be used as both a departure or an arrival lounge.

Both cardholders of the Platinum Card® from American Express, and The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN are able to access the lounge and can bring in two guests with them each time. You can view more about the Amex Global Lounge Collection Overview for Platinum Cardholders.

American Express Centurion Lounge Entrance

American Express Centurion Lounge Entrance

Self-serve food area

Packed lounge in the morning

Breakfast selection items

Breakfast selection items

Seating areas

Fully stocked bar

Fully stocked bar

Bar area with great tarmac views

Reserved seating area for Amex Centurion cardholders

We’ve had the opportunity to stop by a few of the Centurion Lounges including:

How To Get Free Access To The Lounge:

Both cardholders of the Platinum Card® from American Express, and The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN are able to access the lounge and can bring in two guests with them each time. You can view more about the Amex Global Lounge Collection Overview for Platinum Cardholders

Overall American Express Centurion Lounges are premium lounges in the US. Current locations include Las Vegas, New York (LGA), Miami, Dallas-Ft. Worth, San Francisco, Houston (IAH) and Seattle, with more on the way.

Have you visited the American Express Centurion Lounge in Seattle before? Feel free to share your thoughts below!

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Comments

  1. The Seattle Centurion is small, even after the recent expansion. It’s typically quite crowded but they do have very good desserts. Visit the gorgeous Sky Club in terminal A for lunch or dinner then visit the Centurion nearby in terminal B for dessert. The pecan squares are to die for. The terminal A Sky Club uses popular local restaurants for its entrees such as pasta and chowder. If you want excellent local mac and cheese you’ll have to visit the Sky Club in terminal S. I do the club tour whenever my Seattle layovers permit. If I’m hungry and have only enough time to visit one club I go to the Sky Club in terminal A.

  2. I visited last month when my flight was delayed. I usually go to the AS lounges. This has much better food and liquor selection. The bartender was very nice and knowledgeable.

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