Seattle-Tacoma Centurion Lounge To Close Temporarily

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One of my favorite travel perks is having access to the American Express Centurion Lounges which are operated by American Express. Most recently, we had the chance to review the American Express Centurion Lounge Hong Kong here.

Access to The Centurion Lounge is complimentary for global Platinum Card® and Centurion®Members. Both cardholders of the Platinum Card® from American Express, and The Business Platinum Card® from American Express are able to access the lounge and can bring in two guests with them each time. See more American Express Platinum Benefits Overview here.

We told you about 2 American Express Centurion Lounges To Close, Only Temporarily earlier this month.

Seattle-Tacoma Centurion Lounge To Close Temporarily

Per Amex’s Centurion website, the Seattle Centurion Lounge will be temporarily closed in March for renovation and improvement. We will update you when we know exactly when this will be happening.

Seattle-Tacoma Centurion Lounge To Close Temporarily

Lounge Review: American Express Centurion Lounge Seattle

Bottom Line

Traveling can be a lot more fun if you have a fantastic lounge to hang out in with free food and beverage. I think that the Centurion Lounges are amazing and they keep adding more! If you want to gain access to them this year, consider picking up the Platinum Card® from American Express, or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express.

HT: Pam

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  1. In my opinion, it isn’t a loss to close it temporally or even permanently. I’ve learned to not make an attempt it unless my gate is in Terminal B (I rarely fly DL and almost never fly WN) or I’m in the mood to walk a bit before a flight.

    Out of the last 4 trips where I attempted to use the Seattle Centurion Lounge –

    In late November I was admitted. However, only a couple Centurion-only seats were open. There wasn’t a single seat available anywhere including at the bigger communal tables, at smaller tables with random strangers, or the couple card-table style chairs stuck in corners. I spent 10 minutes hovering around the lounge in hopes of grabbing a seat if someone left but since others were in a similar holding pattern, I gave up.

    The next 2 times (December) I was denied entry to the lounge due to crowding.

    The most recent time (in the past week), I was asked to leave my phone # and I joined the great multitude of people outside who were also waiting. After about 20 minutes, I was texted that there was space for me. Fortunately I was able to find a seat with random strangers and my daughter was able to sit with other strangers. It was impossible to get anything to drink besides the self-serve water due to the queues but I was able to get some scraps of food.

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