American Airlines newest Admiral club near the remote American Eagle gates at LAX has finally opened and the small space is a great addition to the remote gates and an awesome petite but modern club which provides full services to AA top fliers and club members when flying and connecting on thinner regional routes.
Located across from gates 60 C and D, the new lounge has seating for approximately 42 people and offers a host of amenities and services including flat panel televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi, cyber-café, self-serve coffee bar, soda machine, business center with PCs and more. You can enjoy complimentary alcoholic beverages including house wine, beer and spirits or, if preferred, premium wine, spirits and cocktails are available for purchase.
Lots of seating and power-ports are available throughout the club.
The club is currently open from 5:45am to 9:15pm daily. When waiting for an American Eagle region flight, it is defiantly worth a look. The well-lit, modern club is welcoming and warm. I find that the staff is excited about the new space. The club is small, but despite it’s small footprint, the club offers all the amenities of a major Admirals club. The only amenity the LAX remote club is missing is the showers. Although they are no showers, the bathrooms do have one nifty sink. The super modern bathroom faucets doubles as high power hand dryers. I am not going to lie, I played with them for some time as I thought they were quite unique!
The sink is pretty high-tech with a combined sink and hand dryer in one unit!
The Bar & Self Serve food and beverage area is in the back of the club. Snacks are available through the day.
The LAX remote gate Admiral club is defiantly worth stopping by. I have visited both during the day and night and found the club to be relatively empty. Boris the bar tender is amazing (he even volunteered to microwave my breakfast croissant and muffin) and the staff is very outgoing. Also, unlike the main club, there is plenty of seating and more power outlet.
Tablets are located across the club for customers to use – free of charge!
Lots of power!
There is a small computer work station with a printer and a library with reading materials.