The PHL Amex Centurion Lounge opened it’s doors in late 2017 and features a sophisticated menu by Michael Solomonov, a four-time James Beard Award Winning Israeli Cuisine Pioneer..
The PHL Amex Centurion Lounge is located in Terminal A West, near Gate A14.
Complimentary lounge access is available to the following cardholders:
You must have a same-day boarding pass to access the lounge. Delta Reserve cardmembers must have a same-day Delta-marketed or Delta-operated flight.
What is the guest policy?
U.S. Platinum Card® and U.S. Business Platinum Card® Members can pay a $50 USD fee for each guest (or $30 for children aged 2 through 17). To qualify for complimentary guest access for up to two guests per visit, you must spend $75,000 in eligible purchases on the Card each calendar year.
Delta SkyMiles® Reserve Card Members can bring up to two guests per visit for $50/per person who is also traveling on a same-day Delta-marketed or Delta-operated flight.
Centurion Members may bring up to two complimentary guests at no additional charge.
The lounge covers 6,300 square feet with a dining area, bar, and a second room with individual workstations.
A phone room to take calls is available on a first come, first serve basis.
Secondary room with work stations, a conference table, and sofa.
Food and beverages are complimentary in the lounge. I’m a fan of Israeli fusion cuisine, and the food was the highlight of the lounge visit.
The lunch/dinner menu featured a soup, baked chicken, and roasted vegetables.
One of the featured desserts was passionfruit malabi.
An assortment of snacks and cookies is also available.
Each Centurion Lounge features a unique cocktail menu inspired by the respective city. Drinks are complimentary.
The shower in the lounge is available on a first come, first serve basis. Signup for your spot in line at the front desk to receive a pager.
You’re limited to up to 15 minutes in the shower room.
The shower amenities feature products from L’Occitane En Provence.