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The Escape Lounge at Minneapolis – St. Paul International Airport is located on the Mezzanine Level, above the entrance to Concourse E, airside, right after the security checkpoint 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.
To enter you can, either take the stair up of the elevator to the 2nd floor, where you’ll find the lounge.
Once inside, it’s a very spacious lounge with plenty of seating. There is a full service bar with a nice selection of alcohol.
The lounge has several workstations with power ports, to keep your deceives fully charged.
Inside the lounge, there are many refrigerators with soft drinks, bottled water, and sparkling water. The lounge also had cookies and chocolates in the afternoon.
The lounge had some great tarmac views and tons of natural light.
For the most part, the lounge was quite empty. Perhaps, it being relativity new many people haven’t found out about it.
Lastly, there was a small buffet with some cold items, salads, and even some sliders.
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 $45 entry fee to this lounge at the door, or $40 in advance online.
Overall this is a nice lounge option for Priority Pass members, in MSP, regardless of if you’re flying Delta or not. If you’re not a SkyClub member or don’t have access to the clubs, I’d recommend then stopping by the Escape Lounge at MSP.
Have you been to The Escape Lounge at MSP before? Feel free to share your thoughts below!
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