The AmEx Centurion Studio Seattle (SeaTac) Airport Is Now Open

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    As most US-based travelers know by now, American Express has started opening up more of their own airport lounges in part because quite a bit of value has been lost in terms of the lounge privileges of The Platinum Card® from American Express. The card used to get you access to American Admirals Clubs and US Airways Clubs, though that was discontinued last March. Furthermore, guesting privileges have been reduced at Delta SkyClubs as of last May. So far, US locations of The Centurion Lounge include Dallas, Las Vegas, Miami, New York, San Francisco. These are all "full service" Centurion Lounges, which have great food spreads and bars, and in some cases even spas. Late last year, American Express announced that they'd be expanding the Centurion Lounge concept, and would be building a Centurion Studio in Seattle, which was slated to open this summer. Here's how the new "Studio" concept was described, in part: The post The AmEx Centurion Studio Seattle (SeaTac) Airport Is Now Open appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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