Booking the Trip: A Southeast Asian Path to India
Review: American Airlines Admiral’s Club LAX
Review: American Airlines Flagship Lounge LAX
Review: American Airlines 787-9 Main Cabin Extra Los Angeles to Tokyo Narita
Review: Japan Airlines Sakura Business Class Lounge Tokyo Narita
Review: Japan Airlines 777-200ER Economy Class Tokyo Narita to Singapore
Review: Singapore Airlines SilverKris Business Class Lounge Terminal 3 Singapore
Review: Thai Airways Royal Silk Lounge Singapore
Review: Singapore Airlines SilverKris Business Class Lounge Terminal 2 Singapore
Review: Thai Airways A350-900 Royal Silk Business Class Singapore to Bangkok
Review: Thai Airways Royal Silk Lounge Concourse E Bangkok
Review: Eva Air Infinity Lounge Bangkok
Review: Thai Airways 747-400 Royal Silk Business Class Bangkok to Mumbai
Review: GVK Domestic Lounge Mumbai
Review: Jet Airways 737-800 Economy Class Mumbai to Pune
Review: GVK International Business Class Lounge East Wing Mumbai
Review: Thai Airways 747-400 Royal Silk Business Class Mumbai to Bangkok
Review: Thai Airways Royal Silk Lounge Concourse D Bangkok
Review: Thai Airways Royal Silk Lounge Concourse C gate C1 Bangkok
Review: Thai Airways Royal Silk Lounge Concourse C gate C2 Bangkok
Review: Singapore SilverKris Business Class Lounge Bangkok
Review: Thai Airways A350-900 Royal Silk Business Class Bangkok to Singapore
Review: Qantas Business Class Lounge Singapore
Review: Qantas A330-200 Economy Class Singapore to Sydney
Review: Qantas International Business Class Lounge Sydney
Review: American Airlines 787-9 Main Cabin Extra Sydney to Los Angeles
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YOUTUBE: Japan Airlines: Tokyo to Singapore
YOUTUBE: Thai Airways: Singapore to Bangkok
YOUTUBE: Thai Airways: Bangkok to Mumbai
YOUTUBE: Thai Airways: Mumbai to Bangkok
YOUTUBE: Thai Airways: Bangkok to Singapore
YOUTUBE: Qantas Airways: Singapore to Sydney
YOUTUBE: American Airlines: Sydney to Los Angeles
Hello all and welcome to the first official review of this trip. We start by reviewing the admiral’s club, which I had access to because of my flight. I have platinum status with AA which, combined with an international flight, will grant me access to the lounge. With this, I also had access to the flagship lounge which is right next to the admiral’s club. But we are going to discuss the admiral’s club and then the flagship lounge.
Now a cool thing about when I arrived into the lounges was that it was kind of a transition period between their breakfast and lunch so I saw the spread of both in both lounges.
Now as soon as you enter the walkway to the admiral’s club, this setup was right in front. It had some cereals and some coffee. This is not all the food in the admiral’s club but it was interesting to see this kind of set up.
Once you turn left from the cereals, the club breaks off into two directions. One direction has seating, bathrooms, and showers while the other had the food, bar, and some high top seating.
So this is the side with the seating and bathrooms.
As you can see, each seat will have ease of access to power ports. There were also different seats depending on whether you were alone or with a companion. I’d say the red seats are better for solo travelers while the black seats are for companions.
There was some more seating down that side.
At the end of the hall is the doorway that leads to the men and women’s (they are separate) toilets and showers
Alright now to the other side of the lounge we haven’t looked at from the entrance. In the below picture where the departure board is, everything you see beyond there to the left is what we will look at now.
So here is the breakfast selection:
Here is what lunch looked like (recall that I was there during their transition hours).
and then some coffee condiments
There was also a cappuccino machine/ coffee maker/ “anything caffeine or hot water” maker.
Then to the left of that were the dreaded cheese cubes of sadness and cookies.
But there was a newer vending machine. I can never give up the opportunity to drink sparkling water.
Just a few feet beyond the whole buffet is the bar
And right adjacent to the bar is the seating with different alterations.
There are seats for people purely trying to dine, there are sears for people getting work done, etc.
If you keep walking the hall, you’ll end up in this kind of concealed and private area where there were high seats with dividers.
There were also some chairs set up for those wanting to keep up with the news or sports.
And in that quiet back area, there’s also a set up of cookies and coffee away from the main dining area.
Overall, this admiral’s club location wasn’t that big. With that being said, it was definitely crowded and it took a while to get decent shots. But functionally, it does everything a club lounge should do and was pretty decent too. Food wise, I’d say the food is on par with what UA served in their club lounges (not a good thing btw) and both are lagging far behind Delta. While this location is definitely new and remodeled nicely, it still pales in comparison to the Delta SkyClub lounges.