- Introduction: Small Vacation to Nashville via Boston (part 1)
- Review: Minute Suites – Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
- Review: United Airlines A320 (First Class) Dallas to Washington
- Review: Turkish Airlines’ Lounge – Washington Dulles
- Review: United Airlines 737-900 (First Class) Washington to Boston
- Review: Renaissance Boston Waterfront
- Review: Sapore Restaurant
- Review: Harpoon Brewery
- Review: Union Oyster House
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
However, the television and desk surpassed my expectations. You could connect your laptop to the 35 inch screen or watch Netflix for free! 😯
There was also some energy drinks…
And water available.
I am fairly certain certain that you could have anything that you wanted in this place, if you ordered it.
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.