Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club is Now Open at Washington Dulles International Airport

by Anthony Losanno
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Chase Sapphire has been opening new lounges at a pretty rapid pace lately. Last month saw the opening of both New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) (full review here). This week, the latest location opened its doors at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

Like the location at JFK, this lounge is co-branded as a Chase Sapphire Lounge by the Club as well as an Etihad Lounge. The lounge is about 25% of the size of the New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA) location (5,200 square feet versus 21,800). The lounge is spread across two floors and is open daily from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM. It’s located in Concourse A near Gate A14. All gates are connected airside at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), but Concourse A is most convenient for those flying Aeroméxico, Air France, Avianca, Copa Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Icelandair, KLM, Korean Air, Porter Airlines, Qatar Airways, Saudia, and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

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The lounge has all of the dining options (both buffet and table service via QR code) and cocktails of other Chase Sapphire Lounges.

Access

Access is granted to those with a Priority Pass membership gained through carrying the Chase Sapphire Reserve® (cardholders can also bring two guests). If you hold the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, JP Morgan Reserve, or Ritz-Carlton card, you can enter  an unlimited number of times, but if you have a Priority Pass membership from holding any other card, you’re limited to one visit per year (subsequent visits will be charged $75 each). Guest passes cost $100 for travelers that are not part of any Priority Pass program.

This lounge is in partnership with Etihad Airways, so premium passengers also have access. This includes those traveling in First and Business Class, as well as those with Etihad Guest Platinum or Gold status.

Anthony’s Take: I recently visited the location at JFK and have been to the Boston lounge several times. Chase has an awesome product here and I hope they continue with the same quality as they add to the network.

(Image Credits: @jpb_dc via X.)

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