United Club

San Francisco, CA (SFO) International Terminal G, near gate G94
Lounge closed: The United Club at San Francisco International Airport Terminal G closed permanently on October 1st, 2017. United Club members and Star Alliance Gold economy passengers departing on international flights may use the United Club located near gate G98 (former Global First Lounge.) Business and First Class passengers are invited to use United’s sumptuous new Polaris Lounge near the security checkpoint.

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United (UA)
United (UA)
Bathroom: yesBusiness Center: yesComplimentary Wi-Fi: yesShowers: noFamily Room: noSmoking Room: no
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  • SL

    Great views, nice and empty early morning, but that is all. If you eat real food, the only thing that is edible are bananas. Even the coffee is garbage. No proper mineral water, only tap water. Come on, United, this is supposed to be a lounge?!Please, travel to Europe to see what lounges are supposed to be. A bottle of proper mineral water is a must for a traveler and costs under a dollar wholesale.

  • I have a 2 hr layover twice a month with 12 he total trip time, I use the lounges on days I would like food and private quite place to work.

    This united club in SFO is awful!
    The food selection for lunch/ dinner sucks, so I drank coffee and had 1 cookie with small amt of bean salad with carrot sticks
    The seats themselves are ok, except you stare at the person across from you and basically everyone else in the room. At least there is power next to the seat.

    So far delta is way way way better, but I don’t live in delta’s hub anymore so find myself on more united flights 🙁

    United has much to grow on, I’m not sure about other cities yet, will keep all posted.

  • Annonomous

    This lounge is really bad. The workers here talk to you really rudely… Not enough seat… San Francisco airport is one of the biggest in the world yet this lounge sucks…

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