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There are not many lounges available with Priority Pass at SEA, but thankfully we found one to relax in for our 2.5 hour layover. In the late afternoon, they have hummus, cheese, crudités, soup, and cup noodles. At the bar, they have some made to...More
Unless you are in the A gates area, it's not worth the detour. The lounge is minuscule, the Male restroom had an overflowing hand paper bin, there is only one outlet outside the business lounge and there are even no soup bowls for the soup
We had a long layover in Seattle and searched out the options for being reasonably comfortable for the time. Air Canada lounge looked OK - but was quite expensive. Club at SEA looked OK and at $40 was a better option. Seating in some areas...More
On the Friday I was here the Club was very busy and the seating limited.
While the selection of snack food was very extensive, the number of times I had to hold it, so it wasn't cleaned away by the staff meant I never really...More
We were here for about an hour waiting for our flight, The food offering was very light fare with a few travel snacks available along with soda and a limited bar selection. Being towards the end of concourse A, it was not very crowded which...More
Used my Priority Pass card to enter the exclusive lounge. Had plenty of breakfast items, snacks, drinks and alcoholic beverages. They also have their own bathrooms so that you do not have to exit the lounge until it is time to board your flight. Throughout...More
It is a first class lounge. If you are flying first class on Alaska or one of their partner airlines, it is free. If you have certain memberships, like Priority Pass, it is free. I believe you can pay for a daily pass... More
It is a first class lounge. If you are flying first class on Alaska or one of their partner airlines, it is free. If you have certain memberships, like Priority Pass, it is free. I believe you can pay for a daily pass, under $50. Call them to make sure.