Delta Secrets – Best SkyClub In Atlanta Terminal B

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Delta SkyClubs are a nice place to relax in a comfy seat, grab a drink, catch up on work, or watch the game of the day.
The Atlanta airport has a lot of SkyClubs and some terminals have more than one.

Take terminal B in the Atlanta airport for example. Choosing the SkyClub you visit wisely will impact your ability to accomplish what you wished to do in the SkyClub. In this post we’ll illustrate some of the differences between the two terminal B SkyClubs at the Atlanta airport.

One Of The Smallest SkyClubs – Near Gate B9

The SkyClub near B9 is one of the smallest clubs I’ve ever visited.


The Club is essentially a long hallway with two walking paths. These paths are nearly always full on a busy travel day. You’ll often find yourself stopping or walking around other people to get to the snack bar or beverage bar.

This club has been renovated and does look great. The best improvement is the restrooms are now individual rooms vs the old style restrooms. So these are easier to use. But good luck finding a seat out in the main area.


More Spacious SkyClub At Gate B25

The SkyClub near gate B25 is expansive compared to the one near B9.


This SkyClub was also renovated in the last few years. The entrance is sleek. The doors open up to a lower level with seats and a small drink station for waters and coffees. Truly designed for the person needing a quick and quiet place to rest.


Head on up to the second level if you are thirsty for a real drink, want to catch up on a game or are hungry for a few snacks. The upper level also has atleast three times as many seats as the SkyClub at B9.


Bottom Line

Selecting your SkyClub has a big difference on your ability to enjoy the space. Some airports have more than one SkyClub. Next time you find yourself in Atlanta’s terminal B, you’ll know which SkyClub to pick.

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  1. I took the tram and went to new skyclub in the F terminal. Was really nice spacious and clean though the club staff were a bit loud. I also showered there and that was great. They had “Art of Shaving” shaving cream available which was awesome. My only complaints were with the shampoo and body wash. Didn’t like them at all but that easily corrected with the use of shampoo and soap acquired from my hotel stay. F Terminal Sky club – recommended especially during the day.

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