Situated at Terminal B near gate B4, the American Airlines Admirals Club at Boston Logan airport was remodeled from the ground up in 2019, in response to American’s growing presence in New England.
The lounge welcomes Club members, international premium passengers, and oneworld Emerald and Sapphire members. American Airlines does not operate a Flagship Lounge at Boston Logan, so domestic and international passengers share the same space and amenities.
American Airlines Admirals Club BOS design
The American Airlines Admirals Club at Boston Logan airport sports the airline’s latest design: a modern, fresh, but slightly cold and remarkably consistent décor. Beyond the lobby, which is outfitted with dramatic light fixtures, bold colors, and angular shapes, the décor takes a much more conservative turn. White and Earth tones dominate the color palette, with occasional sparkles of bright red.
With cathedral ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, the club feels spacious and inviting, with expansive tarmac views from virtually every seat.
The layout balances privacy and space efficiency. The lounge was definitely designed to fit as many seats as possible, but translucent partitions and low dividers carve out semi-private spaces while allowing the abundant daylight to flow throughout the space.
Guests have their choice of traditional lounge seats with side consoles, communal tables, tabletop seating overlooking the airport grounds, and dining tables and booths. Solo travelers are likely to favor American’s signature high-backed seats which offer enhanced privacy, though the built-in shelve can hardly accommodate a full-size laptop.
Power and USB outlets are ubiquitous. Many consoles and side tables also incorporate wireless charging points.
For a bit of shuteye or additional privacy, head over to the lobby area. Discretely tucked in near the business center is a nook with three recliners. And unlike at many of other Admirals Clubs, they’re actually located in dimly lit quarters, away from the crowds. Alternatively, there is a dark TV room adjacent to the main seating area, which might also serve as an informal slumber room.
For a more vibrant and dynamic ambiance, walk to the rear of the lounge where you’ll find a spacious dining area, communal tables, more lounge-style seating, and the bar. With so many seating options, there’s something for everyone. And while the lounge fills up, there always seems to be a cozy nook or corner hideaway.
American Airlines Admirals Club BOS amenities
The American Airlines Admirals Club at Boston Logan airport serves both domestic and international travelers, and as such boasts a complete range of amenities.
The food spread is modest, in line with typical Admirals Club standards. Guests will typically find breakfast tacos, a salad bar, snack towers, soups, fruit, and cookies. In a nod to New England, American also serves clam chowder at meal times, as well as the occasional treat such as avocado toasts. Calling the selection a lunch or dinner buffet would be a grand overstatement, and international business class passengers who have experienced Flagship Lounges at American’s hub airports are bound to be disappointed. If you plan on sleeping on the short flight to London, consider getting a proper dinner at one of the airport’s many restaurants.
On the beverage front, a Coca-Cola Freestyle machine dispenses a virtually unlimited soda selection at the touch of a button. Patrons will also find two hydration stations with infused water, ice tea, and espresso machines, along with an assortment of syrups. For adult beverages, head over to the bar, where house wines and well drinks are complimentary. Premium drinks come at a cost, though international passengers receive two drink coupons.
American Airlines offers a complete suite of business amenities. Near the lobby are four semi-private recessed cubicles outfitted with a desk, a lamp, and power outlets. There are also two computers, as well as a wireless fax/copier/printer. Just around the corner, in the main seating area, are two spacious phone booths which are smartly designed to offer privacy, yet minimum comfort in order to discourage long-term use. American also offers the option to book conference rooms. The service used to be popular but has become a questionable use of real estate.
Families will feel equally welcome, with a “wellness room” for new mothers, and a cute kids’ room near the bar equipped with colorful seats, toys, and video games.
Several shower suites featuring Bigelow bath products are available, and are outfitted with a rain shower, a toilet, a sink, and towels. Inquire early ahead of evening departures as there might be a short wait list.
Other amenities include fast Wi-Fi, spacious bathrooms, and a selection of newspapers and magazines.
American Airlines Admirals Club BOS bottom line
The American Airlines Admirals Club at Boston Logan Airport boasts a fresh and modern décor, plenty of seating options, expansive tarmac views, and a complete line-up of amenities including shower suites, phone booths, conference rooms, and other business facilities.
The club is busy, especially ahead of international departure times, but the smartly-designed layout and furniture offer guests a comfortable amount of privacy.
The Admirals Club is an excellent lounge for domestic travelers, a notch above United’s and Delta’s offerings. However, international premium passengers used to American Airlines’ Flagship Lounges at hub airports should revise their expectations downwards: the food selection is minimalist, and premium beverages are limited to two per customer.
The following is a typical sample selection. Availability varies.
- Breakfast: bagels with cream cheese, mini muffins.
- Snacks: olives, cheese and crackers, cookies, vegetable crudité and snack mixes.
- Water, soft drinks and juices.
- Coffee, espresso, latte, cappuccino, tea, hot chocolate.
- Trinity Oaks chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.
- Anheuser-Busch or MillerCoors beers.
- House spirits.
Premium drinksAll selections and pricing are subject to change.Water and soft drinks
Energy drinks: $3.99
Mineral water: $3.50
- Bottled water: $2.29
Spirits and cordials
Premium Domestic/Craft: $7.00
White wine, by the glass
Smirnoff, Bombay Original, BACARDI Superior, Captain Morgan Original Spiced, Dewar’s White Label, Jose Cuervo Especial, Jim Beam: $8.50
ABSOLUT, Russian Standard, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Bombay Sapphire, Tanqueray, Johnnie Walker Black Label,Jack Daniel’s, Jameson: $10.00
Grey Goose, Hendrick’s, Patrón, Crown Royal, Maker’s Mark, Templeton Rye: $12.00
- Cordials: $10.00
Red wine, by the glass
Bollini, Pinot Grigio: $10.00
Willamette Valley Vineyards, Riesling: $10.00
Casa Lapostolle, Sauvignon Blanc: $10.00
Napa Cellars, Chardonnay: $12.00
Kim Crawford, Unoaked Chardonnay: $12.00
The Show, Cabernet Sauvignon: $9.50
Terrazas de los Andes, Malbec: $9.50
Folie à Deux, Merlot: $12.00
Joel Gott 815, Cabernet Sauvignon: $12.00
Rodney Strong, Pinot Noir: $12.00
- Chandon Brut Classic: $14.00
You may have access to American Airlines Admirals Club as a premium customer of one of the following airlines, or as an elite member of their frequent flyer program. Check the Access rules tab for more details.
Access for eligible customers traveling on any oneworld member airline.
American Airlines (AA) British Airways (BA) Cathay Dragon (KA) Cathay Pacific (CX) Finnair (AY) Iberia (IB) Japan Airlines (JL) LATAM Airlines Brasil (JJ) LATAM Airlines Chile (LA) Malaysia Airlines (MH) Qantas (QF) Qatar Airways (QR) Royal Jordanian (RJ) S7 Airlines (S7) SriLankan (UL)
American Airlines Admirals Club at Boston, MA - Logan International (BOS) welcomes:
- American Airlines Admirals Club members (including Citi® AAdvantage® Executive Card card members) departing on a same-day flight operated by American Airlines or a oneworld airline (+2 guests or immediate family)
- Alaska Lounge members departing on a same-day flight operated by Alaska Airlines or American Airlines (+2 guests or immediate family).
- American Airlines Admirals Club One-Day pass holders. Passes can be purchased for $59 and used at multiple lounge locations throughout on the same day at Admirals Club lounges (no guests)
- American Airlines First Class passengers departing on a same-day international fight (+1 guest)
- American Airlines Business Class passengers departing on a same-day international fight (no guests)
- First class passengers departing on a same-day flight operated by a oneworld airline (+1 guest)
- Business class passengers departing on a same-day flight operated by a oneworld airline (no guests)
- oneworld Emerald members (+1 guest)
- oneworld Sapphire members (+1 guest)
- Guests must be departing on a flight operated and marketed by a oneworld airline.
- Members of the military may bring in 2 guests or their immediate family.
- American Airlines AAdvantage® members, regardless of their tier status or class of travel, are not eligible for lounge access when travelling solely on North American flights within or between the U.S., Canada, Mexico (except Mexico City), the Bahamas, Bermuda and the Caribbean.
- For connecting passengers, lounge access will be determined on the international long haul ticketed flight (either First of Business Class) regardless of the ticketed class of travel on the international short haul or domestic flight.
- Qantas airline club members do not have access to American Airlines lounges.
When flying Alaska or American (+2 guests)