Introduction: Whirlwind Trip to Asia
Review: American Airlines (A321) Economy Class Dallas to Charlotte
Review: American Airlines (A320) Economy Class Charlotte to Boston
Review: Holiday Inn Express and Suites – Boston Garden
Review: United Club – Logan International Airport
Review: United Airlines (777-200) Business Class Newark to Beijing
Review: Air China Business Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: BGS Premier Business Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: Singapore Airlines (777-300ER) Business Class Beijing to Singapore
Review: SilverKris Business Class Lounge – Singapore Changi Airport
Review: SilkAir (737-800) Business Class Singapore to Kuala Lumpur
Review: Renaissance Hotel – Kuala Lumpur
Out and About in Kuala Lumpur
Review: Plaza Premium Lounge – Kuala Lumpur
Review: SilkAir (A319) Economy Class Kuala Lumpur to Singapore
Review: JW Marriott Hotel – Singapore South Beach
Review: The Private Room – Singapore Changi Airport
Review: Singapore Airlines (A380-800) Suites Class Singapore to Beijing
Review: Air China First Class Lounge – Beijing International Airport
Review: United Airlines (777-300ER) Business Class Beijing to San Francisco
Review: American Express Centurion Lounge – San Francisco International Airport
Review: United Airlines (757-200) First Class San Francisco to Newark
Review: United Airlines Classified Restaurant – Newark Liberty International Airport
Review: Admirals Club – Logan International Airport
I took a nap on the quick 40 minute flight to Boston. If you want to see United’s regional first class, click here. I had a little less than two hours on the ground before I got to finally end this long trip. As I looked for somewhere to shower and possibly grab a nap, I found the Admirals Club in Terminal B.
I approached the counter where I was greeted by two staff members. Since I do not have any type of status on American Airlines, I asked how much for a day pass. The price was $59 which was not too steep because I was on a mission. Once I handed the agent my boarding pass, ID (military), and credit card, she looked at the ID and handled it all back to me. She thanked me for my service and gave me free entry into the lounge. Thanks! For other military benefits from American Airlines, click here.
Here is a video walkthrough of the lounge:
The lounge was spacious. To the left, after entering, was the bar/dining area. Since it was only 0700, the bar was not open (not that I needed to drink anyway). To the left of the bar was a cooler that had salads and drinks. I did not see anyone eat from the cooler, so I assume it was for lunch?
To the right was some seating, where I spent my time (ironically, I did not take a picture of the area). There was enough seating for about six people. Just past that was the children’s room. It had computers with protective screens, a tv, and a crafting table.
At the opposite side of the lounge was some high top tables and another small seating area. The area was empty.
To the left, at the far end of the lounge, was a business center and a sitting area with great views of the lounge. Only one person was using the business center.
The lobby had food stations throughout. All of them were on the far side of the lounge. One near the high tops, one just outside of the bar/dining area, and one right before the business center. It was all the same, a continental breakfast selection with hardboiled eggs and oatmeal.
After taking the quick tour, I decided to grab some hardboiled eggs to snack on. I then took a short nap. Noticing a shower room near my seat (I don’t know how I missed it), I returned to the front desk to request it. The agent radioed for someone to open it, I was inside within minutes. The shower room was just what I needed.
Thanks to the staff at the Admirals Club at Logan, your gesture was greatly appreciated. I definitely enjoyed my time there, but before long, it was time to leave. I made my way to the gate so that I could finally board my flight home. I had enjoyed my trip, but my body hated me. Thanks for following along on this trip report.