Delta Sky Club Atlanta Shower Review Terminal E

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The E terminal in Hartsfield International Airport has a nice little Sky Club. This Sky Club used to be one of the old Business Elite lounges, hen it got remodeled, with nice showers to boot!

The shower section is towards the back of the lounge and actually has a separate entrance. Today, the shower entrance was blocked off. It’s a nice and quiet section of the lounge.


The showers are first come first serve. So if you want one, just walk up and show your boarding pass to get a shower stall or put your name on the waiting list. Usually they have at least one available as was the case tonight.


The lounge is clean, white and red color scheme subway tiles. The bath products are Jaura with soap, shampoo and conditioner located in the shower section. Other items like combs and toothbrushes can be found at the front desk.


The shower itself was clean and fresh. It doesn’t have that warm musty feeling of some European carrier lounges. It was clean, cool and fresh. Just the way you need it when you are trying to cool down from a long day of travel.


Bottom Line

The showers in the E Terminal Delta Sky Club in Atlanta’s Hartsfield International Airport are nice. I’d go out of my way to visit this terminal and lounge. Not only because of the shower but because the terminal has the best restaurant in the airport, One Flew South.

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  1. Well, as I can see, you need to bring your own shower gel with you, because it is not supplied.
    What sense does a shower make without a shower gel?
    So it’s missing the most important basic item.

  2. Is it really true that some people use a soap bar when taking a shower? I don’t know a single person who ever did that in the last 30 years. I’ve only seen it in old movies.
    Though, when I think about it, it’s always been in American movies.
    So maybe it’s a cultural thing. And in a certain way almost fascinating.

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