Review:  Minute Suites – Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

I decided to take the five minute Skylink ride over to Terminal D, where the Minute Suites are located. If you remember it is the same terminal where I visited the AMEX Centurion Lounge.

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Minute Suites is a member of the Priority Pass Lounge network, which I have from the American Express Platinum Card. The entrance to the suites is very small.

Minute Suites Entrance

Upon entering, there is a reception desk, but no one was at the desk. A sign posted stated that the staff was cleaning and to ring the bell for service.  There were a LOT of toiletries and refreshments for sale.

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There was no one at the front desk, so I had to ring the bell for service. A few seconds later, a host showed up. He asked for my Priority Pass card, a form of payment (for incidentals and stays for more than one hour), a photo ID, and a telephone number. Damn!

Eventually, he escorted me to the ‘Stockyard’ room. All of the names have Dallas area themes.

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The room was really small, but small enough for one person to enjoy. The bed/couch could be pulled out to be the equivalent of a twin bed.

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However, the television and desk surpassed my expectations. You could connect your laptop to the 35 inch screen or watch Netflix for free! 😯

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There was also some energy drinks…

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And water available.

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I am fairly certain certain that you could have anything that you wanted in this place, if you ordered it.

Final Word

I rushed out after 15 minutes because I needed to find a charger for my camera and my flight to Washington was boarding in less than 30 minutes. After I left, I realized that I did not check out the shower area. Sorry y’all.  I will do better the next time that I visit the Minute Suites, maybe I could even get a nap.

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