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Good news this time guys! As of today, the Centurion Lounge is officially open at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport!
It’s taken a little while to accomplish, but the lounge is finally ready. The new lounge bests American Express’s previous offerings by a whopping 3,000 square feet (to a total of 12,500 square feet). The additional space is a welcome change, as we’ve seen Centurion Lounges across the country filled to the brim lately. The DFW Centurion is located after security right near Gate D12.
From AmEx’s announcement, the new lounge at DFW will include:
- Full premium bar with specialty cocktails developed by Centurion lounge mixologist Jim Meehan, and wines handpicked by Centurion Lounge wine director Anthony Giglio, including seasonal wine flights
- Fresh, locally-inspired cuisine designed by James Beard Award-winning chef Dean Fearing
- Complimentary spa therapies from Exhale
- Semi-private, and dedicated work area with high-speed Wi-Fi
- Member services desk
- Conference space
- Family room
- Computer bar
- Large flat-screen TVs
Centurion Lounge Access at Dallas/Fort Worth
As always, the Centurion Lounge at DFW Airport will be available to Platinum and Centurion card holders and their guests. The lounge joins a number of other good layover options:
- Minute Suites (2 locations, Terminal A and Terminal D) Ian got the chance to stop by the Minute Suites in Terminal A, we’ll have to send him back there to see the new Centurion Lounge!
- The Club at DFW, Terminal D
- American Airlines Admirals Club (4 options! Terminals, A, B, C, and D)
- United Club, Terminal E
- Delta Sky Club, Terminal E
- Etihad Lounge, Terminal D
- Qatar Airways Lounge, Terminal D
- Lufthansa Lounge, Terminal D
- British Airways Executive Club, Terminal D
As you can see, most of the lounges at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport are in Terminal D. Terminal D is home to the majority of international flights in and out of the airport. It makes sense to have a concentration of lounges there, and I hope the other options will keep the Centurion Lounge from getting too busy!
Check it out!
American Express shared some great shots of the new lounge, what do you think?
What do you think, will the new Centurion Lounge at DFW be worth the wait?
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