JAL Sakura Lounge / American Airlines Admirals Club

Honolulu, HI (HNL) Terminal 2, opposite central security checkpoint and Ralph Lauren retail store, 3rd floor above Kona Brewing restaurant
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Bathroom: noBusiness Center: yesComplimentary Wi-Fi: yesShowers: yesFamily Room: yesSmoking Room: no
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  • Plenty of seating with nice garden and apron view. Lounge was empty when we entered but quite full when we left.

    One self service buffet with basic selection of food including 2 soups, fruits and pastries and non-alcoholic beverages. This area also features restaurant-style seating. Another bar is on the other side of the lounge. Here you can help yourself to beer, wines, spirits and other beverages. Better than the average Admirals Club!

    Newspapers and magazines and free wifi – which was very, very, very slow. Also the lounge has a small area for kids and 2 PCs and a printer.

  • The Admirals Club at Honolulu International Airport is shared with Japan Airlines Sakura Lounge and is located in central lobby of the overseas terminal, across from central security checkpoint and Ralph Lauren retail store, on 3rd floor above Kona Brewing restaurant.
    There is a nice garden view.
    What sets this lounge far ahead of the pack is the outstanding customer service from the front desk staff. Without asking, they check your ticket and see if they can improve your seat selection. Fantastic!

    Hot soups, pretzel mix, sometimes fruit & sandwitches. Self-service open bar!
    There is good selection of complementary self-serve soft drinks, beer, wine & spirits. Snacks include soup, cookies, pretzel mix, and pastries.

    WiFi, TV, computers & printer, children`s play area. Lots of English and Japanese newspapers & magazines.

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