- Introduction: Small Vacation to Nashville via Boston (part 2)…The Search for Nashville Hot Chicken
- Review: Delta Sky Club Boston
- Review: Delta Airlines (RJ-175) First Class Boston to Nashville
- Review: Marriott Vanderbilt
- Review: Hattie B’s
- Review: Two Bits
- Review: Biscuit Love
- Review: Country Music Hall of Fame
- Review: United Airlines (CRJ-700) Economy Plus Nashville to Houston
- Review: American Express Centurion Lounge – Houston
- Review: United Airlines (A319) First Class Houston to Dallas
The connection between my flight from Nashville was less than hour. This gave me just enough time to hop the train over to Terminal D to check out the American Express Centurion Lounge. Of the nine lounges, I had only visited the lounge at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.
This Centurion lounge is located on the Mezzanine Level, right above the duty-free shop. The elevator to the lounge level is located in the middle of the shop.
After exiting the elevator, you make a left down a long hallway and you will arrive at the entrance.
I provided my American Express Platinum card, boarding pass and identification to the agent. After a few minutes, I was comfortably inside the lounge. As I mentioned earlier, I was in a hurry so I could not check out the spa services (come to think of it, I do not remember seeing a spa area).
The lounge was spacious. There was ample seating to the right as you entered.
After making a left, you are now in the main dining area. There was plenty of seating, the bar, and a breakfast buffet.
The bartender and wait staff were amazing. So much that one of the waitresses wanted to tidy up before I took pictures. She ultimately photobombed me.
The lounge more than exceeded my expectations. American Express has some of the best lounges. I cannot wait to visit this one again. I might need to take a trip to visit the other seven.