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The Centurion Network is one of the best places to pass the time before your flight boarding begins. It’s hard to resist the top-notch food, workspaces and wellness amenities most lounges don’t offer. If you’re flying through Los Angeles, now you can relax in the brand-new LAX Centurion Lounge.

LAX Centurion Lounge
The new LAX Centurion Lounge joins a number of Centurion Lounges located around the globe. Photo by The Centurion Lounge

The New LAX Centurion Lounge

As one of the world’s busiest airports (with over 88 million visitors per year!), this lounge is a welcome respite. You will find the lounge post-security in the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Terminals 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, where many American Airlines and United flights operate from, can access the lounge as well.

Measuring 14,000 square feet, the Los Angeles lounge is one of The Centurion’s largest locations yet. You will find many of the amenities that make Centurion a gratifying place to rest and work.

Family room.

Key features of the LAX Centurion Lounge that you can enjoy include:

  • LA-inspired culinary fare curated by award-winning chef Nancy Silverton
  • Complimentary full bar with a premium wine selection and specialty cocktails
  • Sunrise and Moonrise tranquility rooms
  • Shower suite
  • Family room
  • Noise-buffering private workspaces
  • High-speed WiFi

Local LA Cuisine and Coffee

If you’re a foodie, the food and beverage options won’t disappoint. Some of the local cuisine you can enjoy include Mozza Meatballs, Farro Salad with Herbs and Butterscotch Budino.

Grab a bite to eat before taking to the skies.

You may decide to pass your visit with the wine bar or specialty cocktails. The full bar is standard for the other Centurion Lounges with curated selections from Anthony Giglio and Jim Meehan. Some of the cocktails draw inspiration from the LA culture.

Have a refreshing drink and relax.

Coffee drinkers can enjoy a cup of joe that’s sustainably-sourced. Los Angeles-based City Roasters sources the beans from local farmers.

Spa and Wellness

Other Centurion lounges have on-site spa services yet the LA lounge has a Centurion “first.” You can unwind in a Sunrise and Moonrise tranquility room. These rooms offer brightly-lit and dimly-lit quiet spaces to fit your needs.

Treat yourself to some wellness before setting out.

In addition to these rooms, Centurion is partnering with Exhale to offer Light Therapy, Reiki and ear reflexology. These spa services can help reduce travel stress.

You can also use the shower suite before your next flight if you don’t have time for a spa visit.

Accessing the LAX Centurion Lounge

In order to access the lounge, you’ll need to have a Platinum Card® from American Express, a Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Card (one of the best Delta credit cards), and/or Centurion® Members with same-day flight itineraries.

Platinum Card from American Express cardmembers who receive complimentary access may bring up to two guests with them at no additional charge. Delta SkyMiles Reserve Card Members may bring up to two guests with them for $50 per person, per location. Centurion members may enter with up to two guests or immediate family (spouse or domestic partner, and children under 18) at no additional charge.

What’s next after the opening of the LAX Centurion Lounge?

The Centurion Network has been on a roll lately opening new locations. Additionally, LAX is the third Centurion lounge opening in 2020. Phoenix Sky Harbor opened in January and Charlotte International Airport opened at the end of February. The network’s second international location will open later in 2020 at London-Heathrow.

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