Priority Pass Lounge Review: The Club at ATL

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The Club at ATL is located is located in Terminal F, airside, right after the security checkpoint in Terminal F and is a Priority Pass lounge, meaning that’d I’d be able to access with my Priority Pass Select Membership, which is a benefit of my Platinum Card from American Express.

The Club at ATL is located on the upper level in Terminal F. Just head up the escalator once you clear security, or take the Plane Train to Terminal F, from any of the other terminals. Hours are daily from 6:00 am – 9:30 pm.

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Plenty of seating throughout the club

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Chips, cookies, and fruit for guests

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As well as a large newspaper selection

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Open air club with plenty of light

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Snacks were alright and included pita and some spreads.

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As well as some soups

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There was a self-serve coke machine plus bottled water.

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Premium open bar which is also included

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The club also has a small business center with two computers.

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There are a few shower rooms for guests to use.

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How To Get Access:

You can gain access to Priority Pass Select, which will get you lounge access here for free by being a cardholder of The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN or by paying the $35 entry fee to this lounge.

Overall this is a nice lounge option for Priority Pass members, in Terminal F, however if you’re flying Delta, I’d recommend also checking out the Delta Sky Club, which has a great lounge in Terminal F, including an outdoor SkyDeck.

Be sure to check out Priority Pass Lounge Review: The Club at PHX, as well.

Have you been to The Club at ATL before? Feel free to share your thoughts below!

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  1. We loved this Club. You sell food choices short. At lunchtime and dinner there are always small sandwiches available. The chicken salad is terrific.

  2. yep, you totally missed the food. Sandwiches are put out around 2PM. I was just there 3 days ago. Also, a huge pay-as-you-go menu. Chicken Panini was the go-to choice. Rest were super expensive.

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