The Club at DFW –
I recently traveled on a complicated itinerary / Mileage Run Vacation to Seoul South Korea. I will be writing about my experience over the following posts:
Seoul Trip Report – The Club at DFW – Priority Pass Lounge
I made a quick visit to The Club at DFW, which is a priority pass lounge located in the D terminal. The entrance was clean and on the lower level there were some seating for those customers waiting to go into the lounge.
I took the elevator up and found a long hallway with check in desk at the end followed by a break out of five different lounge rooms. As I approached the desk the agent welcome me and she processed my Priority Pass visit quickly and asked me to sign the card machine. The agent welcomed me into the club and said I could access lounge 1.
I proceeded down the hall to lounge 1.
When I entered I found a small area with two seating rooms. The seating area was comfortable; however, it was relatively small area. The second room was labeled as VIP seating and it had a couple additional tables and chairs.
A small buffet area with hummus, chips, popcorn, yogurt, beers, juice and sodas was available. A few bottles of wine were offered including several different whites and reds. No sparkling options were available.
The lounge featured a fish tank at the center of the room which was somewhat unique.
An espresso machine was present with espresso and coffee pods available. I made a cappuccino. I did not have any food items during the visit.
I selected a seat and relaxed for a few minutes before getting ready for my flight.
As I departed the agent at the desk thanked me and she wished me a good flight.
Overall the lounge was quiet; however, it lacked options. It appeared that the lounge for Priority Pass may have been different than the one for the other airlines as the lounges were segregated. Perhaps the other lounges had more food options. Anyway the agents there were friendly and polite and it was a good visit.