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Introduction: First Class to Panama on Air China
Review: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Marriott South
Review: Fast and Furious Japanese Grill – Irving
Review: United Airlines (737-900) First Class – Dallas to Houston
Review: United Club – Houston International Airport Terminal E
Update: American Express Centurion Lounge Houston
Review: Air China (777-300) First Class – Houston to Panama
Review: Sortis Hotel and Casino – Panama City
Review: Marriott Executive Apartments – Panama City
Review: Panama Canal – Miraflores Locks
Review: Tocumen Royal Saloon Lounge
Review: Copa Club – Tocumen International Airport
Review: United Airlines (737-800) Economy Plus – Panama to Houston
After poking my head into the United Club in Terminal E, I decided to walk over to the American Express Centurion Lounge in Terminal D. I visit this lounge EVERY time that I come through the airport.
The front desk staff is always welcoming and the bar staff of Tripp (get well soon), Bryan, and Will keep the drinks and laughs coming. During my previous visits, the shower suite was inoperative due to construction from above the lounge. You can imagine my surprise when I asked the front desk if it was available, And. It. Actually. Was.
I love to have the option of showering before a flight. The agent told me that it was occupied but she would let me know when it was available. I sat the bar and drank coffee because it was still not drinking time on a Sunday, in Texas. SMH. After about 15 minutes, I was escorted to the shower suite (after leaving a form of identification at the front desk.
The suite is as located just past the dining area, in the very back of the lounge. The entrance was located amongst the public restrooms. It was a big room, modeled after a hotel bathroom. I did not particularly like seeing the toilet when I entered the room, but I quickly moved past it.
The rest of the room was laid out perfectly, just a little bit better than the San Francisco American Express Centurion Lounge.
I was pleasantly surprised to see that the shower suite was had finally reopened at the American Express Centurion Lounge at Houston. It provided a quick refresh before I embarked on my flight to Panama.