New American Express Lounge at LAX: Get Your Credit Card Ready

In the growing economy that we are enjoying these days, more company are increasingly interested in gaining their clients’ loyalty through expensive experiences. Airlines and credit card providers are used to this. Lavish services and exclusive lounges are nothing new. And now we are seeing how these actions are more popular.

In the recent days, American Express announced the opening of a new Centurion Lounge at LAX. The credit card company has been betting on this strategy in the last few years, opening highly-exclusive spaces in some of the world’s most active airports. This news comes along with other recent announcements about development projects related to LAX, which says us something quite evident. This international airport is the fourth biggest in the world and the second one in the US, so it deserves no less.

Now the travelers who also happen to be Amex’s Platinum or Centurion Card clients will have the chance to enjoy unparalleled comfort when arriving at Los Angeles.

Amex’s Exclusive Lounges are No Coincidence

The opening of a Centurion Lounge at LAX is part of a large-scale strategy that American Express is pursuing to attract high-class clients. In fact, this Centurion Lounge from Amex is going to be the 12th venue of the network. However, the company’s plans have been developed aggressively.

The first Centurion Lounge opened only a few years ago, back in March 2013 at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. After that, several openings have occurred in the US and Hong Kong. Now’s the turn for Los Angeles. With almost 14,000 square feet, Amex would be launching one of its biggest lounges so far.

This lounge will be built at LAX’s Tom Bradley International Terminal. However, passengers who transit through Terminals 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 will have convenient ways to access as well.

The Upcoming Amenities

Of course, Amex’ Centurion Lounges are all about comfort and luxury. Among those things that were revealed during the official announcement, we know that the upcoming LAX’s Centurion Lounge will offer high-end food and bar menus, premium shower suites, workspaces, and areas for relaxation. The so-called “tranquility areas” are a badge that Centurion Lounges use to promote spaces dedicated to relax and de-stress.

The workspaces available to cardholders will have the most suitable furniture and high-speed Internet connection via Wi-Fi. This is ideal for business people who cannot rely on unstable connections, just like the ones available at airports.

Like it has occurred with other Amex’s lounge venues in the Centurion network, the food offering, spaces, and services will be inspired by and adapted to the location. For example, the San Francisco lounge features a spectacular offer in Napa Valley wines. We can expect the same thing with the LAX venue already, designing the experience according to Los Angeles’ lifestyle.

Active and upcoming Centurion Lounges offer free access to Platinum cardholders from Amex. What is more interesting, cardholders will be able to bring up to two guests without paying extra. Also, Centurion Card clients can enjoy the installations with their full immediate family for free.