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January 14, 2018
The design of this lounge is mostly great and I really like the dedicated travel centre and the coffee. The food selection is poor though and the area by the windows could definitely do with some privacy screens and tables to break the space up a bit. Overall a decent, well run lounge but nothing worth arriving at the airport early for.
January 13, 2018
With the Club Carlson room guarantee I was able to secure a room at exactly the hotel I wanted, when no other options were available, for a 20% surcharge over the standard rate - a fantastic deal. This one elite benefit saved me time, money and potential inconvenience.
January 13, 2018
The Time I flew all the way to LA just to eat at In-N-Out burger and then come home, trying four new business class cabins en route...
January 12, 2018
As far as BA lounges go, this one is pretty good. The lounge is clean, the service is great and the variety of high quality food is truly excellent. I loved the setting of the bar but the cocktails could definitely use some work. Similarly boarding from the lounge is a nice idea but the execution fell a little flat, once we filtered into a line of Economy passengers downstairs. Whilst this is one of the best BA lounges I've ever set foot in and nothing was massively wrong with it I wasn't wowed. When it comes to lounge refurbishment programmes, AA is very much the dominant partner in this transatlantic joint venture.