United recently completed renovations of its United Clubs at Washington (Reagan National) and Hong Kong. It says that it will complete similar renovations or add new clubs at Tokyo (Narita), Atlanta (T-gates) and San Francisco later this year.
The carrier says its new Club at Washington National stands out for its new furnishings with the art deco design. In Hong Kong, loads of natural light bathe the loft-style room design.
“We are making investments of more than $100 million in our clubs around our network and have made great progress this year in opening two brand new clubs at Reagan National and Hong Kong,” said Premium Services Managing Director Mike Landers.
At SFO’s Terminal 3, United currently operates two United Clubs– a nice, new but temporary and windowless one on the mezzanine level of main part of the terminal, and an older facility out by the gates. The brand new state-of-the-art United Club will open this fall near the entry to the new T3 Boarding Area 1 gates.
In Atlanta, United’s Club on Terminal D is now closed. United has said that a new club will open in the desirable T-gates area of the airport, but has not revealed a specific location.
Have you visited a renovated United Club? What did you think? How do they compare to others?
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