I’ve extensively reviewed the American Express Centurion Lounge at DFW here and here. I’m absolutely in love with this lounge because of its sheer beauty and the delicious food offerings. The one thing I never reviewed about this lounge is the shower experience because I had just gotten off a red-eye flight from Los Angeles.
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I had access to the DFW Centurion Lounge because of my American Express Platinum Card. Platinum and Centurion cardholders receive complimentary access, while all other American Express cardholders have to pay $50 to use the lounge.
I got into DFW airport at 6am and was pretty much the first one to be admitted into the Centurion lounge. Again, I absolutely love the modern décor in this lounge.
There are plenty of computer workstations in the business center along with a shared conference table.
I asked the front desk for a shower since the first thing I always do is take a shower in the morning.
The shower facility was quite swanky with flowers and various L’Occitane bath amenities. I felt like I was in a luxury hotel bathroom. There were plenty of paper towers, tissue paper, hand towels, and bath towels.
The bathroom also contained a toilet which is an absolute must. I absolute hate taking a shower in a lounge when the toilet is not in the same room and in a separate area.
I had the best shower of my life. It felt like the Westin Heavenly Shower with the rainforest shower-head.
After my shower, I headed to the dining area to see if the breakfast menu had changed from the last time (which did not). Breakfast consisted of fruits, yogurt, cereal, pastries, bread, and muffins.
The hot selections were chips with salsa, two types of breakfast tacos, and French toast with pineapple syrup.
I still don’t get why chips and salsa is a breakfast item at the DFW Centurion Lounge. It just doesn’t make sense to me, but who am I to judge. I’m from Los Angeles and it could be part of the Tex/Mex breakfast culture.
I didn’t want to fill myself up before my flight to Narita, so I had one of the breakfast tacos and two slices of French toast.
All in all, I highly recommend a trip to the DFW Centurion Lounge if you’re ever transiting through Dallas Fort Worth Airport. If you want to read more reviews of the Amex Centurion Lounges, I visited the Las Vegas Airport Centurion Lounge and most recently, the newly opened Centurion Lounge at Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport in Argentina.