This is long overdue. Currently Palm Beach International Airport has just one lounge, which is the Delta SkyClub. That’s great for Delta flyers, but doesn’t exactly help others, both in terms of access requirements and the location of the lounge..
It’s surprising the airport doesn’t have more lounges, given that Palm Beach is a pretty premium leisure market. Well, that will soon be changing.
A Primeclass Lounge will be opening at Palm Beach Airport on January 8, 2020. The lounge will be on the small side — it will be just 2,955 square feet, with seating for 66 people. It will be open daily from 4:30AM until 9PM, covering a vast majority of departures.
The lounge will be located in Concourses A & B, so will be accessible by those traveling on American, Southwest, United, and a few other airlines.
The Primeclass Lounge PBI will feature hot & cold food, complimentary drinks (including alcohol), free wifi, and private bathrooms.
As far as access goes, it will be open to Priority Pass members, and you’ll also be able to purchase a day pass for $45 (which is on the steep side, since Palm Beach isn’t an airport you exactly have to arrive early at).
Here are some renderings of the new lounge:
The lounge looks nice, though I imagine it’s going to get super crowded, so I wouldn’t get my hopes too high. Still, this is a very nice addition for the airport.
Anyone excited for the Primeclass Lounge PBI?
(Tip of the hat to Zach Griff)