- Complimentary snacks
- Complimentary soft drinks
- Complimentary house wine and beer
- Complimentary liquor
- Air conditioning
- Flight information monitors
- Newspapers and magazines
The Club at Boston Logan airport is an independent lounge operated by Airport Dimensions, a subsidiary of Collinson. The company runs a network of domestic lounges which includes locations at Seattle, Las Vegas, and San Jose airports.
Airport Dimensions lounge locations in Boston include The Club in Terminal E, as well as The Lounge in Terminal C. Both lounges operate on a pay-in basis, and participate in popular airport lounge access programs such as Priority Pass and LoungeKey. The Club also welcomes Qatar Airways Business Class guests.
The Club is accessible from all Terminal E and Terminal C gates. Passengers departing from Terminals A and B who wish to use the facility will need to exit and then re-clear security in order to reach their terminal.
The Club BOS design
The Club at Boston Logan airport Terminal E is located in a windowless box on the basement level below gate 11, next to the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse.
That’s an unfortunate location for an airport lounge, though the designers have taken great care in making the space visually appealing to compensate for the lack of daylight.
An elegant, wood-clad lobby with soothing curved shapes greats guests. The space open onto a large room with an elegant accent stone wall, a palette of Earth and pastel tones, and pictures of Boston. The space is furnished with couches, traditional lounge seating, dining tables, and bar-style seating. There are power and USB outlets at shoulder level along the walls—look up as they don’t stand out. Fresh flowers on tables spruce up the space.
In the summer 2017, The Club expanded beyond the main seating area into adjacent vacant space, reaching a total surface of 3,506 square feet. The expansion brought a series of intimate adjoining rooms offering a more secluded environment for work or relaxation. While the unremarkable blue-and-grey corporate-style décor fails to turn heads, the space is conveniently appointed with highly-private cube chairs, individual side-tables, and a communal work table. Power outlets are located at every seat.
In the rear is a designated cell-phone free zone in a nook with two pairs of chairs and ottomans. The concept fails to reach its full potential: the space is located in a high-traffic area next to the bathroom, is visually as welcoming as a hospital waiting room, and would have been better outfitted with loungers.
The Club in Terminal E is busy ahead of Qatar and Norwegian flights, but often eerily quiet outside peak departure times. As such, it makes a great alternative to The Lounge in Terminal C, for guest willing to make the 15-minute trek.
The Club BOS amenities
The Club at Boston’s Logan airport features a complete set of international-grade amenities.
In the morning, patrons will find an enjoyable breakfast selection including hard-broiled eggs, yoghurt, berries, fruit, cereal, pastries, cereal, and made-to-order pancakes. After 11am, the spread switches to a modest but satisfying selection of snacks, appetizers, crudités, pasta salad, soup, cheese, and cookies.
The drink selection includes soda, juices, bottled water, infused waters, and espresso along with a selection of syrups.
The lounge lacks a proper bar, but guests are invited to order from staff members. Options include beer (Corona, Heineken, Sam Adams, and Guinness); red, white, and sparkling wines; and an assortment of liquor including Johnny Walker Black, Jameson whiskey, Absolut and Smirnoff vodka, Gordon’s gin, and Baileys.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available through the airport’s network (the lounge does not offer a dedicated access point.)
The Club features two spacious accessible shower suites. These come at the expense of traditional bathrooms, however, so there may be a line when the showers are occupied.
Other amenities include a selection of newspapers and magazines.
The Club BOS bottom line
The Club at Boston Logan airport is a spacious and well-appointed lounge with a solid range of amenities, a hearty snack selection, and a complimentary bar.
The basement location is unfortunate. On the brighter side, the variety of seating options with a focus on privacy make The Club an enjoyable place to work or relax. It’s particularly quiet outside peak times, but also understaffed.
For passengers who have a bit of extra time to walk to Terminal E, The Club is overall a superior alternative to the sister facility The Lounge in Terminal C.
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