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Delta's Sky Club, Alaska Airlines' Board Room, and American Express' Centurion lounges are all in great shape at SeaTac, but they're all getting upgrades. Best of all, if you have either The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express, these cards, and their associated benefits can get you access into any one of these lounges! (Terms Apply)
Note: To access a Delta Club you'll need to be flying Delta that day and to access an Alaska Board Room you'll need to ensure you have your complimentary Priority Pass Select membership card. These upgrades will noticeably improve the Seattle airport lounge experience.
Alaska Airlines Board Room
- Hours: 5:00 am – midnight (both locations)
- Locations: The main lounge is located in Concourse D, just past the Central Security Checkpoint. The second lounge is between gates N1 and N2 in the North Satellite.
Alaska opened a temporary Board Room location in the North Satellite in the fall of 2015. Somewhere down the line, they want to open a permanent rooftop lounge; however, there hasn't been a published timeline for such an upgrade.
In the meantime, they plan on moving forward with other renovations for the North Satellite. It looks like SeaTac is expanding the new Board Room from 4,485 square feet to 7,485 square feet. Alaska is still in the planning stages for opening an additional Board Room lounge in Concourse C. The meeting minutes about these changes are unavailable, so they cannot be fully confirmed.
While not specifically about the Board Room, the Port of Seattle released the above mock-up detailing the North Satellite upgrades last summer. These improvements will give the terminal a much more spacious feel.
American Express' Upgrades to the Centurion Studio
- Hours: 5:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Location: Concourse B (opposite Gate B3)
Everyone is looking forward to enjoying more elbow room as the Centurion Studio in Seattle gets a much-needed expansion. The Seattle lounge is currently the smallest one across the Centurion collection.
Upgrades to the SeaTac Centurion Studio include:
- Expanding from 3,100 square feet to 4,500 square feet
- Shower facilities
- Additional restroom
- Full bar service
- View of Mount Ranier
As The Points Guy mentioned, SeaTac wants eventually to find 10,000 square feet for a full, permanent lounge. While it’s unclear how they’ll find the space or when they plan on doing this, it’s an exciting thought. If it happens, the Seattle location will become the largest Centurion Lounge in the collection.
Delta Sky Club Enhancements
- Hours: 5:00 am – 12:30 am
- Location: By Gates S-9 and S-10, roof level
The renovated Delta Sky Club will be between Concourses A and B. While their renovations are expected to happen a little later than the others, they are using the same contractor as American Express. Fingers crossed that both Amex and Delta’s upgrades are complete by the end of the year.
Lounges provide a nice refuge from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the airport. Enhancements, actual improvements, and not marketing fodder are welcome with more travelers having access to lounges through various credit card perks. These changes are going to help you take a load off and unwind before embarking on any flight. We think the completed projects will have anyone looking forward to traveling through SeaTac.
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