The Club Airport Lounge network is the fastest growing network of independent airport lounges in the United States with recent openings in the past few years in Atlanta, Phoenix, Cincinnati, and now Seattle. The lounge network is not affiliated with any airline, but instead offers “A better place to wait” with no membership requirements and low daily rate of just $35!
This week, The Club opened two new locations at the fast growing Seatac International Airports. The first is located in concourse A across from gate A11, in the location of the former Delta Crown Room, and a second location opened in the South Satellite next to gate S9, in the previous Northwest Airline Worldclub. Both locations are open from 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM daily and offer complimentary bar service, snacks, Wi-Fi, and other services.
South Satellite club – former Northwest Worldclub:
Concourse A – former Delta Crown Room
The Club Seattle Thoughts
Based on the pictures, it doesn’t appear that The Club did much work to either lounge, but instead they just spruced up the old Northwest and Delta clubs and added a few new chairs. This tends to be The Club’s mantra, as The Club either share locations with other airline (for example at PHX they use the British Airway lounge in the morning and afternoon before British Airways uses it for their one daily flight) or they recycle old airline clubs and rebrand them as their own.
Both Clubs can be access by any person flying on any airline in any class of service for a charge of $35 or for free as the club partners with Priority Pass, Diners Club, and Lounge Club. The $35 day charge is less than the $50 United and Delta charges for single day use passes and offer a similar experiences. The club snack options tend to be weak, but alcohol selection tends to be much better than the airline clubs offering Glenlivets, Absolute, etc free of charge. Do note that The Club is independent of the airlines, meaning the club employees cannot help with flights.
Alcohol selection – The Club ATL
If you are traveling though Seattle and happen to visit one of these locations, please share your thoughts and experience. I know next time I visit Seatac International I will check out these new locations, as it will be fun to reminisce my college days, when I use to frequent the Northwest Worldclub!