• American Express tightens Centurion Lounge access rules

    Flashing your metal AMEX Platinum Charge Card or the invitation-only Centurion Card will carry less weight at American Express Centurion Lounges from March, with the global card issuer clamping down on worldwide access to its own brand of VIP lounges. Come March 22 2019, cardholders will no long...

    POSTED 30 Jan, 2019 14 Comments

  • American Express opens new Centurion Lounge at Dallas/Forth Worth

    There's now an appealing lounge option for Qantas passengers flying out of Dallas/Fort Worth on QF8, with the opening of DFW's newest American Express Centurion Lounge. Located at Terminal D – the same as used by the Qantas flights – near gate D12, the new AMEX Centurion Lounge is ...

    POSTED 27 Sep, 2018 5 Comments

  • LAX to get massive American Express Centurion Lounge with spa in 2019

    UPDATE | The long-awaited American Express Centurion Lounge at LAX will open next year, and AMEX is going all-out with a day spa alongside 'premium wines and specialty cocktails'. American Express confirmed the LAX Centurion lounge's 'sometime in 2019' opening timeframe overnight, and teased som...

    POSTED 12 Jun, 2018 6 Comments

  • American Express builds on success of Sydney Airport lounge

    American Express’ lounge at Sydney Airport has been welcoming guests for a little over a year and is now regarded by 'in the know' travellers as one of the airport's best business lounges. The compact space and contemporary decor makes for an intimate club-like feel, no doubt enhanced by t...

    POSTED 9 Mar, 2016 9 Comments

  • Who can access American Express Centurion Lounges in the USA?

    American Express’ airport Centurion Lounges in the United States welcome many more credit card holders than you might think: despite the name, you don’t need a by-invitation American Express Centurion card to get through the door. Fact is, any American Express credit or charge card, ...

    POSTED 15 Feb, 2016 0 Comments

  • American Express plans Centurion Lounge for Los Angeles Airport

    American Express’ network of airport lounges in the United States looks to expand with a new Centurion Lounge planned for Los Angeles Airport. A recent Terminal Operations newsletter published by Los Angeles World Airports – the company behind LAX – shows the lounge as being lo...

    POSTED 13 Nov, 2015 10 Comments

  • Photos: new American Express Centurion Studio lounge in Seattle

    American Express continues to bolster its airport lounge network with its Centurion Studio lounge in Seattle. Located past security in Sea-Tac's Concourse B and adjacent to gate B4, the Centurion Studio is accessible to passengers departing on any domestic or international flight – ju...

    POSTED 4 Sep, 2015 3 Comments

  • Photos: American Express opens new Centurion Lounge at Miami Airport

    American Express cardholders can now relax at the new Centurion Lounge in Miami International Airport – sure to provide a welcome relief from what's found in your typical US airport lounge.Located in the North Terminal's Concourse D, guests are greeted by a variety of seating areas: from th...

    POSTED 17 Jun, 2015 3 Comments

  • American Express Centurion Studio lounge bound for Seattle Airport

    Seattle Airport will play host to a new-concept American Express ‘Centurion Studio’ lounge in 2015 – a sized-down version of the Centurion Lounges in other cities such as New York and Las Vegas. Inside, American Express cardholders can enjoy basic amenities such as free Wi-Fi, ...

    POSTED 18 Nov, 2014 3 Comments

  • Photos: Inside the American Express Centurion Lounges

    American Express is building its own network of Centurion Lounges in airports across the United States for well-heeled globetrotters, with lounges already open in Las Vegas, Dallas/Fort Worth and New York's LaGuardia Airport. That'll soon be followed by Centurion Lounges in San Francisco Airport...

    POSTED 25 Sep, 2014 6 Comments

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