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I had some time before my flight to Auckland on Air New Zealand to check out the Star Alliance lounge at LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal.

Star Alliance Lounge LAX

The location of the lounge is smack dab in the middle of Terminal 8 and has a beautiful patio-esque space that feels as outdoors as an indoor space can. If you’re looking for truly outdoor space at LAX, the new United Club has that, but requires a transfer over to Terminal 7.

The food offerings seemed to be exactly on par with any other Star Alliance partner lounge (except United Club) I’ve been to with a wide variety of hot and cold breakfast options. As it was still early in the morning, the bar wasn’t actively staffed, but wine and bubbly was available as self serve.

I really enjoyed the space design as there was a full mix of cafe, restaurant and lounge space. In addition to actual workspace, executive center style cubes, a theatre room, showers and chaises.

Lounge Access

The Star Alliance Lounge at LAX is available to the following passengers:

  • International Business Class: Customers holding a boarding pass for a Star Alliance member airline operated flight in International Business Class departing from the local airport
  • Domestic First Class: Customers holding a boarding pass for a Star Alliance member airline operated flight in Domestic First Class departing from the local airport
  • Domestic Business Class: Customers holding a boarding pass for a Star Alliance member airline operated flight in Domestic Business Class departing from the local airport
  • Star Alliance Gold: Customers holding valid proof of their Star Alliance Gold level status on either their Boarding Pass for a Star Alliance member airline operated flight in any class departing from the local airport or by presenting a valid Star Alliance Gold card in conjunction with a boarding pass for a Star Alliance flight in any class departing from the local airport
  • Eligible Paid Lounge Members: Customers holding their valid eligible Paid Lounge Membership card issued by United Club or Air Canada Maple Leaf Club

There is a separate First Class lounge for the following passengers:

  • International First Class: Customers holding a boarding pass for a Star Alliance member airline operated flight in International First Class departing from the local airport

The post Review: Star Alliance Lounge LAX was first published on Coworkaholic.

 

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