The Centurion Lounge
- American Express Centurion Lounges are only available to select Ameican Express cardholders
- The Centurion Lounge from American Express gives travelers a place to relax, with private workspaces, complimentary food, private TV viewing areas, and more.
- Centurion Club members can bring two immediate family members each time they enter, and children under the age of 18 are always admitted at no charge with an approved member
With a series of airport lounges around the country, the Centurion Lounge from American Express is designed to make make travel as comfortable as possible, with American Express giving customers access to everything they could need on the road. Inside the American Express lounge is fresh, seasonal food, a premium bar, shower suites, large private TVs, a family room, private workspaces, and more.
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Access to the American Express Centurion Lounge is limited to only Global Platinum Card and Centurion card members. Other Ameican Express cardholders can purchase a one day pass to the Centurion Lounge for $50. Memberships to the Centurion Lounge cannot be purchased. Centurion and Global Platinum members may bring two guests on each visit, as long as those guests are immediate family. Children under 18 are admitted to the Centurion Lounge at no charge with a complimentary member.
American Express Centurion Lounge locations can be found at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, Miami International Airport, New York’s LaGuardia Airport, San Francisco International Airport, and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
American Express was founded in 1850, and has been named one of the “Most Admired Companies in the World” by Fortune magazine. American Express currently has over $35 billion in revenue each year, and is the 22nd most valuable company in the world. American Express transactions account for about 25% of all credit card transactions in the United States.
To contact American Express about the Centurion Lounge: