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Recently I was in Boston for a conference and had a returning flight from Boston Logan Airport (BOS) and finally had the opportunity to visit The Chase Sapphire Lounge BOS, which is a Priority Pass BOS airport lounge, though access comes with a bit of a twist.
Chase Sapphire Lounge Boston airport lounge access and entry requirements
The Chase Sapphire Lounge BOS is a Priority Pass lounge, but there is a twist. If you have a Priority Pass membership from the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, you have unlimited complimentary access, and can bring in two guests for free. If you have a Priority Pass membership from any other credit card, you are only eligible for one visit each calendar year (across all Chase Sapphire Lounge locations). Any visits after that will cost $75, and if you don’t have any Priority Pass membership, you can purchase a visit outright for $100 / person.
Priority Pass Boston / Chase Sapphire Lounge BOS airport lounge location
The Chase Sapphire Lounge Boston is located in the connector between Terminal B and Terminal C, near Gates B39 and B40. I had a flight out of the A gates and so I went through security there. From my gate in Terminal A, it was about a 12 minute brisk walk. So if you have a flight from Terminal A, make sure to leave yourself a good amount of time.
You will go up the elevator one floor to the 4th floor and then enter right into the lounge.
The Chase Sapphire Lounge BOS airport lounge is open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. local time. If you have a flight outside those hours, you unfortunately will not be able to use The Chase Sapphire Lounge BOS lounge. You are in theory limited to using it only 3 hours before your flight, though if you have a longer connection you can use it during your connection.
The Chase Sapphire Lounge Boston airport lounge seating
The Chase Sapphire Lounge BOS is 11,640 square feet, which is fairly large, as far as domestic airport lounges go. Here are a few pictures of some of the seating – I appreciated that they had several different configurations of seating, allowing people to choose different options depending on whether they are traveling with a group or not.
There was plenty of open seating while I was there, though when I left (around 5:30pm on a Monday), they were then limiting access and putting you on a wait list to enter.
Boston Logan Airport Lounge / Chase Sapphire Lounge Review: food
This Boston Airport (BOS) lounge had a wide array of different food options. One thing that was nice was instead of a traditional The Club lounge with a buffet, they had individual portions that you could collect on a tray. This is similar to how it works at the Capital One Venture lounge in Dallas.
There was a wide array of different kinds of foods.
There was a coffee / espresso machine as well, and a bar.
I was looking for soft drinks, which I could not find, though eventually I had them pointed out to me – they were near the espresso machine, in a small mini fridge near the floor.
Here is what I ended up grabbing, as a closer look at some of the food options. It was all quite tasty.
Ordering Food at the Chase Sapphire Lounge
I thought that the food that was already out was quite good, but then I noticed that you could also scan the QR code below to order additional food.
There were a variety of different options to choose from – I went with the burger and fries as well as a meatball sub sandwich.
These were both delivered to my table within about 10-15 minutes, and were quite tasty as well.
The Chase Sapphire Lounge Boston airport lounge wifi and amenities
The Chase Sapphire Lounge Boston wifi was quite fast and I had no trouble connecting to it or doing anything I needed to do. Unfortunately I did not grab a screenshot of the wifi speed, but I imagine most people will not have any trouble.
There is also a small kids play area at the Chase Sapphire Lounge BOS, though I did not see it on this particular trip. The restrooms are located down a long hall (again, similar to the Capital One lounge in Dallas)
Also back down this hall is where you can make appointments for the shower rooms as well as complimentary 30 minute massage chairs. Unfortunately, I had a fairly short window of time here so I didn’t get a chance to view these rooms.
The Bottom Line
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In any case, I rate the The Chase Sapphire Lounge Boston by The Club quite good and I would definitely recommend it if you are departing Boston Logan airport. My Priority Pass membership is through another card, so this was my one visit this calendar year. If I regularly traveled through BOS (or LaGuardia / LGA where there is another Chase Sapphire lounge), I would definitely consider swapping over to get the Chase Sapphire Reserve
Have you been to the Chase Sapphire Lounge Boston lounge before? What did you think? Leave a note in the comments
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