American Express The Centurion Lounge – PHL

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  • Opened on October 31st, 2017, the American Express Centurion Lounge at Philadelphia airport is located in Concourse A West, above the British Airways Lounge. The location is mostly convenient to international passengers, but domestic customers can walk to Concourse A airside.

    A visually striking space, 6,300 sq.f. Centurion Lounge at Philadelphia airport boasts a signature living wall, hardwood floors, designer furniture, recessed lighting, and high end finishes. The service is personal and attentive, with personable front desk staff, and servers roaming the room offering drinks.

    Amenities include full hot meals cooked by celebrity chefs, a complimentary full bar with a high-end selection of cocktails, a shower suite, and semi-private spaces such as napping pods and cube chairs.

  • American Express The Centurion Lounge at Philadelphia, PA (PHL) welcomes:

    • American Express Centurion® card holders (+2 guests or immediate family)
    • American Express Platinum Card® holders (+2 guests)
    The Centurion Lounge is accessible to all eligible passengers regardless of their airline, destination, or departure terminal. Members can purchase access for additional guests, at $50 per person.View detailed access rules at the centurionlounge.com

  • The Centurion Lounge
    4.0
    Based on 18 Reviews
    Jason P.
    Jason P.
    2018-03-11 12:50:00
    I think you can only get in with an American Express, or pony up the $50. But if you have ether of those it's all you can drink. I did a decent job of...
    Hai Duong V.
    Hai Duong V.
    2018-07-27 13:25:08
    The lounge was very crowded on a Thursday afternoon. My friend stated that the lounge would clear out by 4:30 everyone is waiting to board a 5 - 6 pm...
    Brian B.
    Brian B.
    2018-07-14 16:41:56
    Pros: Superb food - surprised it had a heavy middle eastern theme. Delicious nonetheless. Wonderful chocolate chip cookies.Cons: Very noisy. The...
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    5 comments

    1. Chelsea

      Totally agree with Kathy. It’s terrible. 99% tasteless vegetarian food, a lot of which is cold stuff. Nothing a kid would like so don’t even spend the $50 for your kid because you will end up pissed. The staff is fine but the food is mediocre to say the least. They boast about this celebrity chef but who cares if the food isn’t good?? No grab and go items except a few pieces of fruit. I expected much more from this lounge after being in other lounges in smaller airports.

    2. Kathy

      The food is simply awful. Meant to be Moroccan inspired, I suppose, but heavily skewed towards vegan (one meat selection) – and poorly cooked and seasoned. I love Moroccan food and many other “ethnic” options, but not for an airport lounge that should cater to everyone’s taste. And some of us really like meat 🙂

      Ended up buying a sandwich in the concourse.

      Plus this lounge is TINY. The staff told me that whoever the celebrity chef is that puts out such poor fare evidently insisted on a huge kitchen for his “craft”, which totally ate into the available space.

      Everything about this lounge is just bad – except the nice folks who work there!!!

    3. Nevada Fisherman

      Very pleasant staff. Breakfast selections are poor. The Centurion lounge in Las Vegas frankly has better food and more selections. Amex should hire some decent chefs and increase the selections of food,particularly for breakfast. Coffee was especially good.

    4. Dave

      Very disappointing. Trying to hard to be unique- but Moroccan themed food and drink are far to taste specific for a lounge. Even my Bloody Mary was Moroccan spiced- couldn’t drink it. At least put a few mainstream items out. We left and ate at Americans club. Love the other Amex clubs, and this is my home airport, but will not go back. Yuck!

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