The Escape Lounge is open in Terminal 3 at Phoenix Sky Harbor
International Airport. Here’s what to expect inside from food and drink to ambiance.
Do you have a long layover at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport? Maybe you need a quiet place to work while you wait for your flight. Or perhaps you just want to relax and avoid the crowds.
There are several airline lounges throughout Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 where travelers can have a snack or a drink, get some work done or unwind with music or a good book.
This guide to airline lounges at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport will let you know what to expect at each one, including menu offerings, day-use fees and who can get in for free.
Airline lounges in Terminal 4
American Airlines Admirals Clubs
In the Admirals Club lounge, travelers can work or relax and pass the time while
waiting for a flight at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Where to find them: There are three in Terminal 4, near Gates A6, A19 and B5.
Amenities: The lounges have business centers and small conference/seating areas. There are chairs along the windows where you can watch planes. Some chairs have outlets for charging your devices. Complimentary WiFi is available.
Food: Options change seasonally. Typically guests can choose from light snacks, hearty soups, fruit and salad options, as well as complimentary well drinks, beer and wine. Full meals and premium wine, spirits and beer are available for purchase.
How to get in: You need a boarding pass from American or one of its partner airlines. People who have a Citi AAdvantage Executive World Elite Mastercard get in free. Day passes for other guests cost $59; annual membership costs $650.
Where to find it: In Terminal 4 across from Gate B21.
Amenities: Free WiFi; complimentary magazines and newspapers; printing, faxing and copy services.
Food: Locally inspired cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Menu items include Gallo Blanco’s buttermilk pancakes with butter and maple syrup and pollo asado, a citrus-marinated chicken. Guests can also order signature cocktails.
How to get in: These cardholders are eligible to use the Centurion Lounge:
American Express Platinum card.
American Express Business Platinum card.
American Express Corporate Platinum card.
Delta SkyMiles Reserve card.
Delta SkyMiles Reserve Business card.
Airline lounges in Terminal 3
Delta Sky Club
Inside the Delta Sky Club in Terminal 3 of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Rob Schumacher / The Republic
Where to find it: In Terminal 3 near gate F8.
Amenities: Complimentary WiFi and power outlets at nearly every seat. Staff can answer questions and assist with flight information.
Food: Complimentary beverages as well as premium wines, regional craft beers, spirits and signature cocktails for purchase. A seasonally inspired menu includes breakfast favorites and an all-day selection of soups, salads, sandwiches, regional specialties, snacks and desserts.
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How to get in: The club is for members only. Day passes are not offered. Here’s who can get in:
An individual membership costs $545 a year, $50 monthly or 54,500 miles. It provides unlimited access for the member only.
An executive membership costs $845, $75 monthly or 84,500 miles. It provides unlimited access for the member and up to two guests per visit.
Delta One or Sky Team Premium Cabin passengers.
Delta Diamond Medallion members.
Sky Team Elite Plus (including Delta Diamond, Platinum or Gold Medallion members).
Delta SkyMiles Reserve American Express Card members.
American Express Centurion Card and Platinum Card members.
Escape Lounge – the Centurion Studio Partner
Rows of group and individual seating inside the Escape Lounge in Terminal 3 at
Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix on Nov. 9, 2021. Monica D. Spencer / The Republic
Where to find it: In Terminal 3 on the Mezzanine level between gates E and F.
Amenities: Contactless check-in, free Wi-Fi, complimentary access to PressReader digital library, which includes thousands of publications from all over the world. Card members can also access the Centurion Lounge digital library of magazines and newspapers. Complimentary use of noise-canceling Bose headphones.
Food: Meals are served tapas-style. A selection of alcoholic drinks is included with admission. Card members get complimentary premium snacks, wines and liquors. Non-cardholders can purchase these offerings.
How to get in: Escape Lounges are open to the public for a fee and complimentary for these credit card members: American Express Platinum, Business Platinum, Centurion and American Express Delta SkyMiles Reserve. Admission is $40 per person when a reservation is made at least 24 hours in advance. Walk-in entry is $45 at the door.
Melissa Yeager contributed to this article.