The Alaska Lounge at LAX is located in Terminal 6 on the mezzanine level, near gate 64. It’s open daily from 5:00 am – midnight and is part of the Priority Pass network of lounges, meaning Priority Pass cardholders can use this if you’re not an Alaska Lounge member.
The great thing about Terminal 6 is its connected airside to Terminal 7, 5, 4, and the TBIT through underground tunnels, meaning there’s no need to reeler security if flying out of one of those terminals.
The lounge has several snack items such as pretzels and cookies.
However what really makes the Alaska lounges is the self-serve pancake machine.
The lounge isn’t that big and on this Friday afternoon it was quite busy.
There is a bar in the lounge with seating or you can order and bring to your seat.
There are a few fruits and water for guests to enjoy.
As well as New England Clam Chowder soup.
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 being and Alaska Lounge member.
This lounge has a rustic feel to it, but if you’re looking for some self-serve pancakes you won’t find them at any of the other LAX airport lounges!
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