American Express Centurion lounge San Francisco

In addition to the Lounges of the airlines, such as Lufthansa's Senator Lounge, there are some airports also contract and special Lounges. One of these particularities is the American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco. As we got access to “The Centurion Lounge,” and how our stay was, you can read the Lounge Review.

The San Francisco international Airport is one of the busiest airports on the West coast of the USA. He has five separate Terminals: two for international flights (Terminal A and G) and three for domestic departures (Terminal 1, 2 and 3).

Check-in area

Check-in area

Along with Robert of robisintheair.de I arrived with the beard in the Terminal G. After our three-day trip to San Francisco, it should go well with SAS Scandincavian Airlines back to Copenhagen.

Terminal G des San Francisco International Airport

Terminal G des San Francisco International Airport

The Centurion Lounge San Francisco – Lage & Zugang

The American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco is located in Terminal 3, fortunately that is connected to the “Airside” (i.e., behind the security check) with the Terminal G. Thanks to the good directions we quickly found the way into the Terminal 3. Also the main entrance to the Centurion Lounge, with its two-storey glass front, as well as the American Express Logo, was not to be overlooked. Inside, a wall of green plastic decorated plants the way up to the front Desk.

Entrance of the American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco

Entrance of the American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco

At the reception, it was examined whether or not we get access to the Lounge. Robert had to show his American Express Platinum credit card, a picture ID and his boarding pass. Without further discussions, I was able to visit as his guest to the Lounge for free. In addition to the holders of an American Express Platinum credit card, get only Centurion members (the highest credit Level in the case of American Express) access to the Lounge.

Reception

Reception

The Centurion Lounge San Francisco – Sitzbereich & Ausstattung

The Lounge consists of three different areas: the Buffet and cafe tables, the Bar, and a work and relaxation space. This room was equipped with comfortable armchairs, large meeting tables and simple chairs. There was also a small TV area with Lounge Sofas.

cosy chair

cosy chair

study corner

study corner

TV corner

TV corner

The Centurion Lounge San Francisco – Angebot an Speisen & Getränke

The selection of food & drinks was excellent for an airport lounge in the United States. At the Buffet in front of the open kitchen there was a variety of salads, vegetables and cheese to choose from. In addition, a delicious Pulled-was offered-Chicken, sprouts and rice as hot dishes. We used a number of times in the Pulled-Chicken, because it was just so insanely delicious.

open kitchen

open kitchen

Selection of hot food

Selection of hot food

Our favorite place in the Centurion Lounge was the small Bar. From an extensive drinks menu, we selected several long drinks. In addition, there are also beer and soft drinks. And the Best part: all drinks are free!

Bar in der American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco

Bar in der American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco

Drinks card

Drinks card

Another Highlight of the Lounge, the tap system for wines. With a Ticket, which is free of charge at the reception and at the Bar, you can taste up to six glasses of different wines from the Napa Valley. Finally, there is also a coffee machine that stood in the little TV room next to the reception.

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Assessment of the American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco
  • food
  • Drinks
  • Service
  • seating
  • Ambient
  • Cleanliness
4.1

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We had a great stay in the American Express Centurion Lounge at San Francisco airport. The selection of food & drinks was excellent. Especially the extensive drinks menu at the Bar we enjoyed very much. Anyone who flies as a holder of an American Express Platinum credit card from San Francisco airport, you should pay a visit to the Lounge is a must visit.

Christian

My name is Christian and I was born in the green heart of Germany and studied computer engineering in Ilmenau, Thuringia. Since 2012 I live with my wife Christin in Halle (Saale). When travelling I love flying, discovering good food and drink and spending the night in great hotels. I am a travel enthusiast and always looking for the next adventure. I have been reporting about my experiences on the road since 2007.

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