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While passing through Atlanta today, my connection was departing the B gates. I had not previously reviewed this Sky Club®, so I went over to check it out. This is a big lounge at over 25,000 square feet (with seating for over 500 guests). Delta has done a good job of tightening entrance requirements. Even though the lounge was busy, it was not overwhelming and there were many open seats.
Access is granted to passengers with memberships (purchased annually), one-time pass holders (earned from the co-branded American Express cards or purchased for $59), Delta One®, SkyTeam premium cabin passengers, SkyTeam Elite Plus when flying internationally in premium cabins, the Centurion® and the Platinum Card® from American Express holders, Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card holders, WestJet business class passengers, and WestJet Rewards Platinum and Gold Elite. Allowed guests vary by access type. A same-day boarding pass is required to enter the Delta Sky Club®.
Anthony’s Take: This Sky Club® is huge and serves its purpose. I like some of the art, but it doesn’t feel as inviting as some of the others. If you’re taking the stairs, be warned. There are several flights to get to the Sky Club®. Its amenities include a buffet, a dessert and snack station, a full bar as well as a smaller one near the entrance serving wine, restrooms, and free Wi-Fi.
The Sky Club® in Terminal B is located upstairs.
There is an elevator as well as a stairwell to reach the lounge.
You’ll find these luggage tags in the middle of the stairwell. They represent some of Delta’s hubs plus MEX (Aeromexico’s hub).
Upstairs, there is a long hallway with kiosks to verify entrance credentials along with a desk staffed by several agents for assistance.
Near the lounge entrance, is this display. I’m not quite sure what it is and would love to know if anyone can tell me.
A departures board is near the entrance.
A main bar lines the furthest wall of the lounge. It offers all of the standard spirits, wine, and beer that Delta provides complimentary as well as some premium options for purchase.
There is also a small bar setup near the entrance that offers wine and mimosas.
There are two espresso machines tucked away in the back near the desserts.
Brewed coffee, hot water, tea, and condiments were nearby.
There is a self-serve soda machine near the bar. It has ginger ale, which is always a win for me.
There is also lemonade, iced tea, and water near the bar.
Lots of cups and a sparkling water machine for sparkling water.
Some beverage-inspired modern art
Lunch/dinner was being served during my visit. The buffet has soup, salads, sandwiches, cheese, and a few hot dishes.
Cheese and hummus
Macaroni and cheese
Tomato basil soup
The dessert bar is separate and located in the back of the lounge. It offered several loaf cakes and cookies.
Packaged snacks and fresh fruit were also found here.
Seating & Decor
There is tons of seating in this Sky Club®. There are lots of tables, high tops, and desks around the room. The art takes its inspiration from a mix of Atlanta and aviation.
Seating near the buffet
Tables and more seating
This Sky Club® offers free Wi-Fi, restrooms, and the food and beverages mentioned above.
This Delta Sky Club® in Terminal B at ATL is huge and offers a comfortable space to work or relax. It’s not my favorite at this airport, but it serves its purpose when nearby.
Anthony’s Credit Card Pick: I love the lounges where The Platinum Card® from American Express grants me access. It has had a prominent place in my wallet for many years now. While it does have an annual fee of $695, it provides many travel benefits and will always be my go-to for lounge access (both Delta Sky Clubs® and Centurion Lounges) and booking airfare from the airlines to earn 5x points (up to $500,000 per calendar year). Learn more. Rates & Fees. Terms apply.
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