Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge LGA: Sad!

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The Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge Review LaGuardia is part of the ongoing series TPOL in NYC.


The Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, despite its dignified name is a sad lounge. After closing out the Centurion Lounge LaGuardia, I still had two more hours before my flight to Denver. Thanks to the Priority Pass network, I was granted access to the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge.

To get to the lounge, take a left out of the Centurion Lounge and go down the hospital hallway.

The highlight of the lounge is my favorite every day beer, Molson. The rest of the lounge like LaGuardia was depressing. There were seats here and there, a small bar, and a view of construction. The melancholy of the lounge extended to its employees who did not welcome me to the lounge and coldly told all of us that the lounge was closed. You don’t got to go home, but you got to get the hell out of here.

Seating 

Refreshing Technology 

Construction Spotting

Drinking

The gloom continued after I went through security and waited in the terminal. Seriously, LaGuardia is a joke of an airport.

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. I just love you UA/MP STARGolds freeloading on any non-UA lounge you can get into when flying domestic flight, then complaining. Yes this is a small lounge, rather sparse. But it is quiet and for we Canadians supplies us with copies of our major daily newspapers to catch up with…but no Canadian would ever consider drinking Molson beer given the real brews were have back home.

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