The lounges at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport are getting a makeover this summer, resulting in temporary locations for some lounges.
Amex Centurion Lounge at DFW
The Amex Centurion Lounge was supposed to be closed for temporarily for renovations from July 24th until August 14th, but on our most recent trip to DFW, a sign noted that the lounge will not reopen due to further repairs.
The Amex Centurion Lounge will reopen in a new expanded space in the airport in Fall 2018. Learn more about Amex Centurion Lounges and how to access them in this post.
The Club at DFW
The Club at DFW is part of the Priority Pass lounge network. Depending on the credit cards you have, you may gain complimentary access to the lounge. Be sure to check your benefits guide.
The Priority Pass cardholder must be 21+ years old to enter. Children under 12 are admitted free.
Location and hours
The Club at DFW temporary location is in Terminal D across from Gate D15 in the center of the walkway.
The new permanent location will open in Sept 2018.
Hours of operation: 04:00-22:30 daily
Minute Suites at DFW
Minute Suites are private rooms where you can relax, take a nap, or work. The suite is equipped with a daybed sofa, pillows, blankets, a workstation, and a sound masking system.
Each Priority Pass card grants you an hour long stay. Additional hours that you stay will be charged $28. Showers are available, but there is a $20 fee for 30 minutes.
You may take up to 3 guests with you in the Minute Suite for no additional charge.
Location and hours
Minute Suites are located in Terminal A near Gate A38 and in Terminal D near Gate D23.
Open 24 hours daily.
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