The Amex Centurion Lounge SEA Lounge Review is somehow a part of the Despacito! TPOL Moves to Puerto Rico Trip Report.
After the flight from SJU-NYC-JFK which was cheap on points but taxing on my health, I finally made it to Sea-Tac the day of the 2018 Freddy Awards. The first stop was the Amex Centurion Lounge at SEA. And let me tell you, that place is a zoo. Walking in, I noticed how small the lounge is. I also was told that there was not a full service kitchen, so the dream of being the Fat Guy at the Lounge was dead upon arrival. The bar, on the other hand, was full-service, so the opportunity to be a Douche at the Lounge was very possible.
If you find a seat, set up a barricade with your bags to make sure that no one takes it. Seating is limited. Take what you can get.
Soup and weird salads will have to be enough for the cheap lounge goer (wise traveler) with an appetite. There were small sandwiches as well, tempting me to take the whole tray and binge at my barricaded seat.
The Black Card
If you have a black card, who do you think you are, Fat Joe? But, if you do, you have reserved seats throughout the lounge and one with a view of the pretty planes.
Centurion Lounges are better than standard domestic lounges. However, the size of the lounges have not increased with the popularity. That doesn’t mean that I won’t stop in whether I’m coming or going. It just means that I have to be strategic with my seating, eating, and drinking experience.
What’s your favorite Centurion Lounge? Tell me in the comments below and I’ll tell you why you’re wrong.