Opened in February 2017, the spacious, luminous and modern Lufthansa Lounge at Boston Logan airport replaces the former separate Business and Senator Lounges.
Located in Terminal E in a new custom-built area designed exclusively for airline clubs, the Lufthansa Lounge welcomes Business, First Class, and Star Alliance Gold passengers.
Lufthansa Lounge BOS design
The Lufthansa Lounge at Boston Logan airport benefits from a prime location on the top floor of the terminal building. Spanning across 6,700 sq.f. (630 sq.m.), the bright and expansive club sports floor-to-ceiling windows along two walls featuring panoramic views of the tarmac and Boston bay.
The décor is a slight variation over Lufthansa’s core design. Frequent flyers will find comfort in the familiar surroundings featuring Lufthansa’s traditional palette of Earth tones, hardwood floors, ultra-functional furniture, and staples such as pictures of relaxing forest scenery. But the Boston lounge has a few extras which break away from the cookie-cutter design.
Near the lobby, in a nod to Boston’s passion for sports, a living-room area is furnished with an L-shaped sofa, cozy chairs, and playful little side tables surrounding a giant video wall. The informal and vibrant space is an enjoyable gathering spot to watch sports with a glass of local beer.
Adjacent is spacious and luminous adjacent dining area (the “bistro”), furnished with communal tables and booth seating.
With two window walls, the main seating area in the rear of the lounge features comfortable individual seats equipped with power outlets and USB ports, egg chairs overlooking the bay, and cozy high-backed armchairs for couples. The space is elegant and well appointed, but the lounge fills up at peak times, detracting from the otherwise serene design.
The Lufthansa Lounge Boston also incorporates an First Class section for First Class passengers and HON customers.
Exquisitely appointed with high-end designer furniture, chairs with ottomans, a handful of dining booths, and a small living-room area, the First Class section is deceitfully compact and ruthlessly space-efficient, but exquisitely intimate.
Most Lufthansa flights board directly from the lounge.
Lufthansa Lounge BOS amenities
The Lufthansa Lounge at Boston Logan airport features a range of essential amenities.
The food selection is relatively modest for an international lounge. Lufthansa offers a salad bar, hummus, soups, mini-sandwiches and cookies: the spread is enough for a substantial snack, but is no substitute for a proper meal. That’s unfortunate, as some guests may prefer to dine on the ground and thus maximize sleep on their short flight to Germany. Emirates and Virgin Atlantic offer much more substantial dining options.
First Class and HON customers enjoy a superior offering with restaurant-style a-la-carte dining in the comfort of a dedicated area.
The bar is well stocked. Lufthansa offers a wide selection of local, German, and international beers, a selection of wines, as well as a generous cocktail menu. The bartender also crafts espresso drinks.
Business amenities include work spaces with power outlets, fast Wi-Fi, and wireless printing. A selection of newspapers and magazines is also available.
Unfortunately, there are no shower facilities. As an alternative, members of the airport lounge access program Priority Pass can head two levels down to The Club, a shared lounge where a shower is available.
Lufthansa Lounge BOS bottom line
The Lufthansa Lounge at Boston Logan airport Terminal E is a spacious, luminous and elegant club with comfortable seating, expansive views, and an intimate section with private dining for First Class passengers.
However, Lufthansa has stopped short of providing world-class amenities. Passengers looking to have dinner ahead of the short flight to Europe in order to maximize sleep on board will be better off dining at a restaurant in the terminal as the food selection is somewhat modest. The lack of showers is also unfortunate.
While the Lufthansa Lounge doesn’t earn a top ranking as an international lounge, it makes for an outstanding club for domestic passengers. Time permitting, passengers departing on United and holding Star Alliance Gold status can make a stop to wait for their flight in style, though Terminals B and E are not connected airside, so it is prudent to leave at least 40 minutes before boarding.
You may have access to Lufthansa Lounge 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 Star Alliance member airline.
ANA (NH) Aegean (A3) Air Canada (AC) Air China (CA) Air India (AI) Air New Zealand (NZ) Asiana (OZ) Austrian (OS) Avianca (AV) Brussels Airlines (SN) Copa Airlines (CM) Croatia Airlines (OU) EVA Air (BR) Egyptair (MS) Ethiopian Airlines (ET) LOT Polish Airlines (LO) Lufthansa (LH) SAS (SK) SWISS (LX) Shenzhen Airlines (ZH) Singapore Airlines (SQ) South African Air (SA) TAP Air Portugal (TP) Thai Airways (TG) Turkish Airlines (TK) United (UA)
Lufthansa Lounge at Boston, MA - Logan International (BOS) welcomes:
- Lufthansa and SWISS First Class passengers, departing or arriving on the same day.
- Miles & More HON Circle members, departing or arriving on a same-day Lufthansa, Star Alliance or codeshare partner flight (Air Dolomiti, Air India, Air Malta, Eurowings, Germanwings, Jetblue Airways, Luxair)
- Star Alliance First Class passengers, departing the same day. (Arriving passengers are not eligible unless they have an onwards connection.)
- Miles & More Senator members departing or arriving on a same-day Lufthansa, Star Alliance or codeshare partner flight (Air Dolomiti, Air India, Air Malta, Eurowings, Germanwings, Jetblue Airways, Luxair).
- Star Alliance Gold passengers, departing on the same day on a Star Alliance flight in any class of service. (Arriving passengers are not eligible unless they have an onwards connection.)
- Lufthansa and Star Alliance Business Class passengers, departing on the same day on a Lufthansa or Star Alliance flight.
- Lufthansa Premium Economy passengers holding a voucher. (Purchasable lounge access is limited to the Lufthansa Business Class Lounges in Germany, the USA and at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.)
- Lufthansa Frequent Traveller members departing on a same-day Lufthansa, Star Alliance or codeshare partner flight (Air Dolomiti, Air India, Air Malta, Germanwings, Jetblue Airways, Luxair).
- United Club members departing on a Star Alliance flight (no guests)
- Air Canada Maple Leaf Club members departing on a Star Alliance flight (no guests)
- Lufthansa and SWISS First Class passengers: one guest, plus spouse or partner, plus children under the age of 18.
- Star Alliance First Class passengers: one guest.
- Miles & More HON Circle members: one guest, plus spouse or partner, plus children under the age of 18.
- Miles & More Senator members: one guest, plus children under the age of 18.
Guests must be departing on a same-day Lufthansa or Star Alliance flight, and must leave the lounge at the same time as the passenger who invited them.
When flying Star Alliance
When flying Star Alliance. Worldwide membership only.
- 5.0Based on 4 ReviewsMandy K.2018-08-30 12:45:43Gummy bears and sausage and pretzels, oh my! Ah, but so much more. German treats meet fresh cuisine to send you happily on your way to Europe. Sit back and...Stephanie M.2018-03-10 21:47:05Loved our visit to the LH biz lounge. It was such a lovely surprise to get upgraded to biz class, thank you Lufthansa! The complementary drinks and food...Manfred S.2017-04-20 15:53:00Awesome new lounge. Much nicer than the old dungeon. Looking out towards Tobin Bridge is not the best view of Boston--by a long shot--but at least it has...