What is the most frequently searched term that leads people to TravelSkills.com? According to our stats, it’s “Centurion Lounge SFO.”
American Express has done a masterful job keeping a lid on the goings on on the mezzanine level of San Francisco International’s Terminal 3. All that will change in early November when the lounge opens.
Since it’s clear that inquiring minds want to know, here are some photos from my recent visit to the Centurion Lounge at Las Vegas McCarran. Based on what I’ve been able to see, and what I’ve heard from airport insiders, the SFO lounge is going to be very similar to this one. So consider this a sneak-peek! (SFO will be the fourth Centurion Lounge… others are at New York La Guardia and Dallas. There’s apparently one in the works for Miami.)
And before we get started with photos, here’s a link that explains who gets in. (Free for Amex Platinum and Centurion card holders. $50 fee for anyone else with any type of Amex Card.) See the screen grab at the bottom of this post for more details.
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