The Lounge at Boston Logan airport is an independent club operated by Airport Lounge Development (ALD.) The company runs a network of domestic lounges which includes locations at Seattle, Las Vegas, and San Jose airports.
Located near gate C19 in Terminal C, The Lounge has a sister location aptly named The Club in Terminal E. Both lounges welcome all passengers regardless of airline or class of service for a fee, as well as members of popular airport lounge access programs such as Priority Pass and Lounge Club. The Lounge also welcomes premium passengers of TAP Portugal and Aer Lingus.
The Lounge is accessible from all Terminal C and Terminal E gates. Passengers departing from Terminals A and B are also welcome to use The Lounge, however they’ll need to exit and then re-clear security in order to reach their terminal.
The Lounge BOS design
The Lounge at Boston Logan airport is at the image of Terminal C: the space is mildly attractive, but functional.
Beige and grey tones dominate an uninspired ensemble that would be right at home in a corporate office space from the 80s, with blue LED accents as the only modern touch. The furniture is in need of refurbishment, and there isn’t much of an attempt at a design.
Fortunately, the abundance of daylight compensates for the mundane décor. The space boasts floor-to-ceiling windows with views on the gate C15 ramp.
The lounge is comprised of two rooms. Adjacent to the reception area is a dining area with high top seating overlooking the tarmac, a bar, and a nook where the buffet is located. In the second room is a seating area with individual seats, as well as a small living room zone which armchairs around coffee tables. In the rear, a partition delineates a more secluded relaxation area furnished with comfortable chairs and ottomans.
Power outlets can be found along the walls and in the ground.
The Lounge BOS amenities
The buffet offers an enjoyable breakfast selection comprised of hard-broiled eggs, yoghurt, berries, fruit, cereal, pastries, and cereal, plus an all-time favorite of the young and young-at-heart: cooked-on-demand pancakes prepared at the touch of a button by a fully-automated machine (a model similar to Alaska Airlines’ widely acclaimed robots.)
After 11am, the spread switches to snacks, appetizers, crudités, pasta salad, soup, cheese, and cookies. It’s hardly a feast, but enough for a substantial snack on the ground.
The drink selection includes soda, juices, bottled water to go, and infused water. The coffee machine uses a cumbersome pod-like system. While the espresso option appears to be permanently disabled, packs of coffee of various strengths and flavors are available, along with a selection of syrups.
On the adult beverage front, the bar offers a broad beer selection (including Corona, Heineken, Sam Adams, and Guinness); red, white, and sparkling wines; and liquor staples including Johnny Walker Black, Jameson whiskey, Absolut and Smirnoff vodka, Gordon’s gin, and Baileys.
The Lounge lacks a dedicated Wi-Fi access point, but patrons may use the—occasionally finicky—complimentary airport-wide free Wi-Fi.
Other amenities include a selection of newspapers and magazines.
The Lounge BOS bottom line
The Lounge at Boston Logan airport is a vintage but luminous club featuring a set of essential amenities including power outlets, a hearty snack selection, and an open bar. The space has a temporary feel and hardly screams luxury, but it’s functional and comfortable.
Occupancy varies widely throughout the day. The lounge tends to get full at Aer Lingus and TAP Portugal departure times, to the point that Priority Pass members may be turned away. It is often eerily quiet otherwise. International premium passengers may find the offerings pedestrian—The Lounge doesn’t have the allure or the flair of an international premium airline club, but it certainly does the job as a domestic departure facility.
Priority Pass members who wish to shower may want to make the 15 minute trek to The Lounge’s sister facility, The Club in Terminal E, which, while despite its underground location, is overall better appointed.
You may have access to The 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 the following Star Alliance member airlines only.
TAP Air Portugal (TP)
Aer Lingus (EI)
The Lounge at Boston, MA - Logan International (BOS) welcomes:
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- 2.0Based on 85 ReviewsAaditya S.2019-09-13 13:58:27Rude staff, below average food, they don't have half of the drinks and have to ask for it. They have a board that says they accept priority pass but they...George V.2019-09-11 11:32:49Bottom 10% of the lounges I've been to. Cons: Worst espresso machine. Front desk employees eating when approached. Employees unable to explain wait list...S T.2019-08-29 08:44:58I appreciate that they had more vegetarian-oriented options than the average lounge. Particularly the vegetarian lentil soup. They've also got a nice long...Ben S.2018-07-12 07:15:00I knew it was a bad sign when I turned the corner and the lounge had a line out of it and down the concourse. There were two empty queues for Aer Lingus...Danielle C.2018-06-21 17:51:36It's a bit sparse on the decor but I thought it was fine! They had lots of drinks and a decent amount of small eats. I liked their pasta salad and their...Ry T.2018-05-12 06:43:34Hubby's credit card offered this Lounge prior to our flight which was over 2 hrs away from boarding. The front desk receptionist had a snitty millennial...