American Express has cut the ribbon on the newest member of its growing collection of Centurion Lounges at major airports, this one at Miami International.
The Miami lounge — the fifth in the U.S. — occupies 8,000 square feet in Concourse D’s North Terminal.
Entry to The Centurion Lounges is complimentary for consumer, Business and Corporate Platinum Card and Centurion Members, and their immediate family or up to two travel companions. Other American Express credit and charge card members may purchase a one-day pass at The Centurion Lounge for $50.
As in its other lounges, American Express is using an award-winning local chef to create Miami-themed menus for guests — in this case, Michelle Bernstein, owner of Cena and Crumb on Parchment and the chef at Seagrape in the Thompson Miami Beach Hotel.
The lounge also offers cocktails, spa treatments from Exhale Spa, work spaces with high-speed Wi-Fi, semi-private nooks, and a soundproofed kids’ play area.
Other American Express Centurion Lounges are in Las Vegas McCarran, Dallas/Ft. Worth, New York LaGuardia and San Francisco International. The next airport to get one will be Seattle-Tacoma. Here are some more views of the new Miami International Centurion Lounge:
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