Review: Capital One Lounge DFW (WOW!)

Review: Capital One Lounge DFW (WOW!)

NAME: Capital One Lounge
Airport: DFW
DATE: November 2021
REVIEW RATING:
BEN SAYS: The Capital One Lounge DFW is one of the most impressive and innovate new lounges I've seen in a long time, from cold brew on tap, to grab & go food, to an exercise room.
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Capital One opened its first airport lounge a few weeks ago, coinciding with the launch of the new Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card. While there were some reports of the lounge being great based on a media preview event, personally I always like to check out a lounge when it’s actually in operation, to see what kind of an experience the average guest has. Well, I’m fortunate that I had the chance to check out the lounge this morning.

Let me cut right to the chase — the Capital One Lounge DFW is spectacular, and exceeded my already high expectations. I don’t make this claim lightly, but this might be the most thoughtfully designed lounge I’ve ever been in.

The lounge is physically beautiful, with an innovative food and drink selection, great amenities, and exceptionally friendly service. Oh, and the best part? It’s still empty… really, really empty (which is a major issue with Amex Centurion Lounges). While I’m sure crowding will change over time, I’m going to enjoy the heck out of this lounge in the meantime.

How I visited the Capital One Lounge

Kind of funny backstory, just to give some perspective. I’ve been meaning to visit the Capital One Lounge DFW since it opened, but I just didn’t have any trips planned where a layover at DFW was practical.

I was supposed to fly United today through Houston, but my flight was canceled yesterday evening, just 12 hours before departure. I looked online at options, and as it turned out, the only practical itinerary was on American through DFW. I only had an 80 minute connection , and I was flying into and out of Terminal C, but I hustled and spent about 20 minutes in the lounge. I dare anyone to tell me I didn’t maximize my time. 😉

How to access the Capital One Lounge DFW

So, who can access the Capital One Lounge DFW? There are several ways to access the lounge, though one will no doubt be most popular:

See my guide to Capital One Lounges for full details on access restrictions.

Capital One Lounge DFW hours

The Capital One Lounge DFW is open daily from 6AM until 9PM.

Capital One Lounge DFW location

The Capital One Lounge is located in DFW’s Terminal D, which is the airport’s nicest terminal, and also typically used for international flights. All terminals at DFW are connected airside by the Skylink, so you can access the lounge regardless of which terminal you’re flying out of (though you’ll want to leave some extra time if switching terminals).

The Capital One Lounge is located near gate D22, and shares an entrance with the American Flagship Lounge.

Capital One Lounge DFW exterior

Inside the entrance you’ll see a set of elevators at the end of the hall on the right. You’ll just have to take those up to the fifth floor (for context, the main terminal is on the third floor, so it’s two levels up).

Capital One Lounge DFW entrance
Capital One Lounge DFW elevators

As you exit the elevators, the Capital One Lounge is to the left, while the American Flagship Lounge is to the right.

Capital One Lounge DFW entrance

At the reception desk we were greeted by an incredibly friendly employee. I presented my Capital One Venture X and our boarding passes, and we were promptly admitted.

Capital One Lounge DFW reception

On the desk you’ll see that there are a bunch of cake pops that guests can take, with a message saying “thank you for pop’ing in.” Hah.

Capital One Lounge DFW cake pops

Capital One Lounge DFW layout & seating

The Capital One Lounge DFW is roughly 10,000 square feet, and is split up into several different areas. Immediately inside the entrance to the lounge is a communal table, and that’s surrounded by a coffee station and the grab & go selection (I’ll talk all about the food & drinks a bit later on).

Capital One Lounge DFW seating & coffee station
Capital One Lounge DFW seating & to-go food selection

You could essentially walk a circle around the entire lounge. To the right there are a couple of sitting areas. The first area has tables with both chairs and booths. Personally I love this kind of seating, because I find it’s much easier to have your laptop out while enjoying some food or drinks when you have a full table, rather than just a side table.

Capital One Lounge DFW seating
Capital One Lounge DFW seating

I love the art throughout the lounge, especially on the walls, which adds some personality.

Capital One Lounge DFW seating

There’s a divider separating that sitting area from a more traditional lounge seating area, which includes lounge chairs, as well as some tables with chairs and booths.

Capital One Lounge DFW seating

The lounge has floor-to-ceiling windows with incredible views of the apron and runways. You simply can’t beat these views, and under normal circumstances there would be tons of 777s and 787s parked here.

Capital One Lounge DFW views

The next section of the lounge is the huge bar area, which has all kinds of seating options. This is probably the prettiest space of the lounge, if you ask me.

Capital One Lounge DFW bar area
Capital One Lounge DFW bar area
Capital One Lounge DFW bar seating

To the side of the bar is the entrance to most of the amenities (toilets, showers, relaxation rooms, the exercise room, etc.), which I’ll cover later. As you go back in the direction of the front of the lounge, there’s a room with even more seating.

Capital One Lounge DFW seating
Capital One Lounge DFW seating
Capital One Lounge DFW seating

One thing that impresses me is that each seat has an AC power outlet, plus a USB-A and USB-C outlet. Like, literally every seat, even the seating at the bar. I don’t think I’ve ever seen an airport lounge bar with built-in outlets before.

Capital One Lounge DFW USB & AC power

If you walk around the entire lounge, the entire center area with walkways features the food and drink selection, which is quite impressive. The food is basically built into bookshelves, which is a unique design.

Capital One Lounge DFW buffet & walkway
Capital One Lounge DFW buffet & walkway

Capital One Lounge DFW food & drinks

Probably what impressed me most about the Capital One Lounge was how unique the food & drink selection was. I feel like so many airport lounges don’t actually consider what people enjoy consuming in this day and age. Capital One listened.

Let’s talk about what you can enjoy in the lounge, from the food selection, to the grab & go selection, to the drink selection.

Capital One Lounge DFW food selection

The Capital One Lounge DFW has a variety of hot and cold food options. The food is entirely self service, and I appreciate how the buffets are spread out throughout the lounge, so as to avoid crowding (not that this lounge is crowded yet). The last time I was in an Amex Centurion Lounge I thought that maybe a Southwest Airlines flight was boarding from the lounge — nope, it was just the line for the buffet.

Capital One Lounge DFW buffet

I visited the lounge around breakfast time. One section of the buffet had some bread and pastry options, including croissants, pain au chocolat, muffins, and blueberry scones.

Capital One Lounge DFW buffet
Capital One Lounge DFW breakfast
Capital One Lounge DFW breakfast
Capital One Lounge DFW breakfast

Then there were a couple of buffets with hot and cold options, including a peach granola bowl, pancakes, a savory potato hash, and eggs benedict.

Capital One Lounge DFW buffet
Capital One Lounge DFW breakfast
Capital One Lounge DFW breakfast
Capital One Lounge DFW breakfast
Capital One Lounge DFW breakfast

Another buffet had warm fall oatmeal bowls, charcuterie cones, and honey yogurt fruit kebabs.

Capital One Lounge DFW buffet
Capital One Lounge DFW food
Capital One Lounge DFW food
Capital One Lounge DFW food

Capital One Lounge DFW grab & go food

Here’s something we’ve never seen a lounge do before, and I love it. The Capital One Lounge DFW has a grab & go selection of food and drinks, so you can enjoy something to eat or drink on your flight.

Capital One Lounge DFW grab & go food & drinks

The selection included everything from cold pressed juiced, to flavored sparkling water, to a variety of sandwiches, to several types of salad bowls.

Capital One Lounge DFW grab & go food & drinks
Capital One Lounge DFW grab & go juice
Capital One Lounge DFW grab & go sandwich

There were also a variety of snack mix options you could take to go.

Capital One Lounge DFW grab & go snacks

Across from the grab & go section were cute Capital One bags, as well as napkins and cutlery, so you really won’t have any trouble enjoying this on your flight.

Capital One Lounge DFW to-go bags

We were flying American Airlines, so naturally we took something to go, because have you eaten with American Airlines before? 😉

Capital One Lounge DFW grab & go goodies

THIS IS AMAZING CAPITAL ONE, THANK YOU! That being said, am I the only one who is curious to see how long this lasts before they set formal limits on how much you can take with you, and/or have someone police the section? Some people have to ruin things for everyone, and I feel like someone is going to bring a trash bag and empty the place out (please don’t be that person).

Capital One Lounge DFW drinks

As someone who likes good coffee, the Capital One Lounge is the answer to my prayers, given how hard it can be to get decent cold brew or cappuccino at airports. Near the entrance there was drip coffee, including from La Colombe and Cultivar.

Capital One Lounge DFW coffee

Many beverages in the Capital One Lounge are served on tap, including cold brew and lattes. I can’t believe it took this long for an airline lounge in the United States to offer cold brew, let alone on tap.

Capital One Lounge DFW cold brew on tap

Another section of the lounge had more drinks on tap, including lemonade, iced tea, sweet tea, root beer, orange soda, and ginger ale.

Capital One Lounge DFW drinks on tap
Capital One Lounge DFW drinks on tap
Capital One Lounge DFW drinks on tap
Capital One Lounge DFW drinks on tap

And as if Capital One’s coffee game wasn’t good enough already, there are also barista-made drinks available at the bar. I ordered a cappuccino, which was excellent.

Capital One Lounge DFW cappuccino

There’s also a tea selection, for those who are into that.

Capital One Lounge DFW tea selection

For those looking for beer, wine, or cocktails, below you can see the menu. As you can see, there are a variety of options, and everything is complimentary, except some upgraded half bottles of wine and spirits. I apologize, but I didn’t have the time or desire to enjoy cocktails at 8AM this morning (and if I did, you probably wouldn’t be getting the review the same day). 😉

Capital One Lounge DFW drink list
Capital One Lounge DFW wine list

Capital One Lounge DFW amenities

In addition to lots of seating and the food & drink selection, the Capital One Lounge DFW also has a variety of further amenities. This includes:

  • An exercise room
  • Shower suites
  • Relaxation rooms
  • A nursing room
  • A multi-faith prayer room
  • Toilets

I was able to check all of these out, so let me share my thoughts on each of these below.

Capital One Lounge DFW amenities

Capital One Lounge DFW Peloton bikes & yoga room

The Capital One Lounge has an exercise room with Peloton bikes and yoga. I’ve never used a Peloton bike before, but maybe one of these bikes with a view of 777s taxiing by is just the motivation I need, next time I have a longer layover.

Capital One Lounge DFW Peloton bikes
Capital One Lounge DFW Peloton bikes
Capital One Lounge DFW Peloton bikes

Capital One Lounge DFW showers

The Capital One Lounge has shower suites, which are well equipped. They feature walk-in showers (with both a rainforest showerhead and handheld one), toilets, and sinks, along with complimentary bath amenities and towels.

Capital One Lounge DFW showers
Capital One Lounge DFW shower suite
Capital One Lounge DFW shower
Capital One Lounge DFW shower suite
Capital One Lounge DFW shower amenities

Capital One Lounge DFW relaxation rooms

The Capital One lounge DFW has two private relaxation rooms, with nap pods. I didn’t have time to use one of these, but they sure do look cool.

Capital One Lounge DFW nap pod
Capital One Lounge DFW relaxation room

Capital One Lounge DFW nursing room

The Capital One Lounge DFW has a nursing room. That’s a thoughtful feature you don’t find in many airport lounges.

Capital One Lounge DFW nursing room

Capital One Lounge DFW prayer room

The Capital One Lounge also has a prayer room, which you don’t find in many airport lounges in the United States.

Capital One Lounge DFW prayer room

Capital One Lounge DFW bathrooms

The Capital One Lounge exclusively has private bathrooms, all of which are accessible and gender neutral. These are some of the largest private bathrooms I’ve seen in an airport lounge, and they even have bidets!

Capital One Lounge DFW bathrooms
Capital One Lounge DFW bathrooms
Capital One Lounge DFW bathrooms

Capital One Lounge DFW Wi-Fi

The Capital One Lounge DFW has complimentary fast and free Wi-Fi. Best of all, there’s no need to even enter a password, you can just connect to the network and start browsing the web right away.

Capital One Lounge DFW service

Every person working in the lounge couldn’t have been friendlier or more enthusiastic. In fairness, this is a brand new lounge, so there’s probably some excitement surrounding that. From the lovely lady who checked us in, to the bartender, to all the servers, they were such nice and fun people. I kind of wish I could have had cocktails with them (not them making me drink, but rather having drinks with them).

I was only in the lounge for 20 minutes or so, and when one of the servers saw my enthusiasm for the lounge, she proactively gave me a tour, and was obviously proud of all the amenities. She also recommended the pancakes, and asked if she could make some fresh for me.

Capital One Lounge DFW freshly made pancakes

How busy was the Capital One Lounge?

I was at the Capital One Lounge DFW at around 8AM this morning. Based on the pictures I took, you may be thinking “where were all the people?” I was wondering the same thing. When I was in the lounge, there were a grand total of five guests, including the two of us. Staff outnumbered guests at least 2:1.

One of the major points of frustration with airport lounges in the United States is overcrowding, given just how many people have lounge access, especially with programs like Priority Pass. Even if a lounge is otherwise great, overcrowding can quickly take away the fun of spending time in a lounge.

The Capital One Lounge DFW is quite remarkable for how empty it is for the time being. I imagine that this will gradually change:

  • Not many people even know this lounge exists, given that the concept of Capital One Lounges altogether is brand new
  • Terminal D at DFW doesn’t get much foot traffic, since it’s still pretty quiet due to long haul travel not having fully recovered
  • Access to this lounge is primarily a benefit of the Capital One Venture X, and that card only opened to new applicants last week

As more people become familiar with the lounge and pick up a Capital One credit card, I’m sure this lounge will get busier. Still, I suspect it will be quite a while before the lounge gets as full as the nearby Amex Centurion Lounge.

Bottom line

The first Capital One Lounge recently opened at DFW, and it’s simply incredible. From the design, to the lack of crowding (for now), to the exercise room, to the grab & go food, to the cold brew and lattes on tap, this is one of the most innovative airport lounges I’ve ever visited. Next time I hope to spend more than 20 minutes here.

I can’t wait to see this lounge portfolio expand, and it’s a great reason to pick up the Capital One Venture X if you travel through the airport with any frequency.

What do you make of the new Capital One Lounge DFW?

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  1. Abidjan Guest

    Impressed. Eden-like atmosphere won't last.

  2. yhd Guest

    Does anyone know if Qatar is also moving to this lounge? They now have two flights a day several times a week from DFW, and their lounge offering has been sub optimal in DFW for a while.

  3. Emily Guest

    After the Polaris lounges, this is definitely seems a lounge worth visiting based on the review here!

  4. JohnHam New Member

    Worth the $65

  5. Foo Blah Guest

    Love the floor drain in the "multi-faith" room. Just in case you have to make a blood sacrifice to the gods. How thoughtful. ;)

    @Franklin - COVID is airborne. Being a single individual in a shower is likely low risk. There is no "best practice" the says you can't use a shower as a single occupant.

    Maybe you just got out of prison and are used to group showers, IDK. LOL!

    AA is probably...

    Love the floor drain in the "multi-faith" room. Just in case you have to make a blood sacrifice to the gods. How thoughtful. ;)

    @Franklin - COVID is airborne. Being a single individual in a shower is likely low risk. There is no "best practice" the says you can't use a shower as a single occupant.

    Maybe you just got out of prison and are used to group showers, IDK. LOL!

    AA is probably blocking the showers so they don't have to clean them, and using COVID as an excuse, because they are cheap like that.

    1. Emily Guest

      Aren't the drains there so people can wash their feet and hands with water using those hoses before praying as desired by some faiths?

  6. Brian Guest

    I just did the Peloton room while looking over the apron just because why not. A pretty cool experience for sure. I love how empty the lounge is right now, and this Peloton room is really calming.

    1. SpaceGhostC2C New Member

      Saw that pic and thought it might be a good place to meditate for a bit. The "multi-faith" room looks a little stark in that respect.

  7. Gerardo Guest

    Hey everyone! Quick question! This is my first card with lounge access, can anyone tell me if the food is free or how much does it cost? How early can I go before my flight? I have a layover that's 12 hours there.

  8. Steven E Guest

    Looks terrific and yes bright shiny and new - get in before it wears off - “Grab and Go “ your heart out

  9. Brian S Guest

    I don't have the card but I have a monster layover at DFW tomorrow and this is worth $65 to me to check out. Thanks for posting, and I'm glad I saw this just in time!

  10. Donna Diamond

    The food looks great. Lounges both in the US and overseas during the pandemic has been just awful across the board, the food non-existent or horrific not to mention the continued closure of many lounges. This is a like an oasis in the desert that is the current lounge situation. Hopefully, it’s a sign that we are emerging from the pandemic and life is returning to normal. Definitely looking forward to checking it out on my next trip through DFW in February.

  11. TDaddy Guest

    What's the tipping policy?

  12. Gooseisland Guest

    Do you need the physical card for entry?

  13. Anthony Guest

    If I have the Venture and Spark Miles card, would I get 4 visits per year?

  14. Quo Vadis Guest

    Nice review. Can't wait to see the Capital One Lounge open at Washington Dulles (IAD). Amazing/disappointing that Amex can have so many cardholders in the D.C. area yet never bother to open a single lounge at DCA or IAD (or BWI).

    I (also) hope that these lounges don't get overcrowded and go downhill. Yet we can all see it coming because of 'the tragedy of the commons.'

    1. Never In Doubt Guest

      Centurion lounge going into DCA “by the end of 2022”.

      Who knows if that timeline holds, but no need to continue being “amazed/disappointed”.

    2. SpaceGhostC2C New Member

      I believe there is an AA Admiral's lounge in DCA that is decent. It has that dimly lit with leather chairs feel to it. The only thing missing is the cigar smoke.

  15. Timo Gold

    Sparkling water and iced tea on tap? There is a god.

    1. Dominic Guest

      That's what got me really excited, too! LOL

  16. FYI Guest

    The picture for the "Prayer Room" looks like the wrong picture.

    1. Ben Schlappig OMAAT

      @ FYI -- Maybe your browser is showing things differently, but I don't think so? Part of what you see in the picture is a station where Muslims can wash themselves before praying, per the Wudhu ritual.

  17. masimons Gold

    Looks great, says they are in DFW, DEN, and Dulles; last 2 next year. Need some at coasts.
    Would lower the sneeze guards though, seen 9yr olds reach for something and sneeze all over. Oh well.

  18. Franklin Guest

    This is terrible, and incredibly dangerous. Listen, I was just in the Flagship lounge at DFW, and they were telling me that to protect us from the virus, we are not allowed to take showers. The risk of transmission is too great. Given that AA has set all their policies based on best health practices, I can't believe Capital One would so flagrantly endanger us all.

    1. Luis Guest

      @Dr P - you my friend suck at sarcasm

    2. SpaceGhostC2C New Member

      Listen, AA shut their showers so they don't have to clean them, because they are cheap. There is no "best health practice" that prohibits use of single occupancy, private showers by an individual. The risk is probably the same or maybe lower than just being out in the main lounge or flying at all.

      Also if you feel endangered, just don't use the shower, or the lounge, or fly for that matter. Simple.

  19. Lux Travel Guest

    Ben, You also missed the relaxation room. The Lounge is also the contract Lounge for some International Carriers (Emirates, Lufthansa) and will be busier 2 hours before those flights. I will have a full YouTube review on Monday. Channel Name "Lux Travel" .

    1. Ben Schlappig OMAAT

      @ Lux Travel -- Interesting that it's a contract lounge in the afternoons. That makes sense, and might explain why it's already getting busier later in the day. That's a nice contract lounge, I must say, especially compared to what Emirates and Lufthansa passengers used to get.

  20. Luis Guest

    You're absolutely right about this not lasting much longer as is. I give it 6 months before new policies are set in place.

  21. John Guest

    I’m in the lounge now. More of a crowd than Ben experienced, but not bad. Nothing like the madhouse of the Centurion. I agree completely with his review and worry that this can’t last long.

    Reyyan, I believe the toilets have bidets.

  22. Reyyan New Member

    The toilets seem electric, do they have a build in bidet? That would be a pretty awesome feature!

    1. Ben Schlappig OMAAT

      @ Reyyan -- They sure do! Forgot to mention that, but added it to the review now.

  23. DENDAVE Guest

    Did this replace another lounge in the same space? I thought I remembered one there next to the Flagship before.

    1. Ben Schlappig OMAAT

      @ DENDAVE -- There were originally several airline contract lounges in this space, used by airlines like Emirates, Korean Air, etc. It was an odd setup back in the day, and the lounges almost felt like airport conference rooms. So this is a big upgrade.

    2. JB Guest

      I flew QR in Business in December of last year from DFW and they provided access to another contract lounge that is used by a bunch of different airlines. This was located on the other side of the terminal from the Centurion Lounge, past the "cityscape" art installment, on the interior side of the airport (overlooking the check in desks). Is this the new contract lounge for foreign airlines at DFW?

  24. Pam Guest

    That was the most insightful 20 minutes I’ve read in awhile! Looking forward to checking out Thanksgiving wk with my new X (card that is). Something tells me my pix will have a lot more activity!

    1. Ben Schlappig OMAAT

      @ Pam -- You never know, please report back on how full it is, I'm curious. Hope you enjoy your visit as much as I enjoyed mine!

  25. Steve Gold

    This reminds me of when the Centurion lounges first opened. they were a game changer the food and service was exceptional. We have seen the steady and rapid decline of the centurion lounges, figured this will follow course eventually.

    What im excited most about is its location for people originating at DFW. The only precheck location for terminal D is at the complete opposite side of the terminal from the centurion lounge so its...

    This reminds me of when the Centurion lounges first opened. they were a game changer the food and service was exceptional. We have seen the steady and rapid decline of the centurion lounges, figured this will follow course eventually.

    What im excited most about is its location for people originating at DFW. The only precheck location for terminal D is at the complete opposite side of the terminal from the centurion lounge so its a far walk from security to the amex lounge, this capital one location is much closer to security. Not a huge deal but for nice for people living in dfw.

  26. Clem Platinum

    Looks really great and love the thoughtful to go food options. I would actually pay $65 if I didn't have a card and a few hours to wait.
    The highlight of this review is the "Flag Hip Lounge" though... oh American :D .

  27. Another Steve Guest

    Unemployed adult children who are additional cardholders on their mothers/fathers Venture X account will be the ones who will cause Capital One to put limits on the grab-and-go section or remove the bags. Despite everyone complaining about little kids in lounges, the most impactful (in terms of space, noise and selfishness) people in lounges are the unemployed adult children of primary cardholders, same thing in the Centurion Lounge. They move in packs and irritate everyone...

    Unemployed adult children who are additional cardholders on their mothers/fathers Venture X account will be the ones who will cause Capital One to put limits on the grab-and-go section or remove the bags. Despite everyone complaining about little kids in lounges, the most impactful (in terms of space, noise and selfishness) people in lounges are the unemployed adult children of primary cardholders, same thing in the Centurion Lounge. They move in packs and irritate everyone within 20 yards of their position, all day every day. If you try to keep your distance they will just raise the volume on their inane banter until it permeates every square inch of Capital One's leased space.

    1. Steve Gold

      Kids arent the problem at centurion every kid just sits with their headphones on watching something on an ipad. The problem are the 30 year old "entrepenuer" guys usually european who think they are the coolest people on earth they are loud, talk loudly on the phone pacing up and down the lounge and hog the bar and always have multiple guests. Kids dont do anything but stare at a screen they arent the issue.

  28. MichaelT New Member

    Enjoy it while you can before AUs abuse and overcrowd the lounges.

  29. Jim Baround Guest

    Love the Flagship lounge signage! Screen appears off and Flagship is missing a letter. Very nice AA!

  30. Points Adventure Guest

    Will be at DFW Centurion in a few days (don't have Venture X yet). I hope everyone goes to this lounge instead

  31. Michael Guest

    You said "cut to the chase" lol.

  32. Creditcrunch Gold

    Thanks for the review Ben, I have a UK issued Capital One Aspire Elite Card ( invitation card ) do you know if I am able to use the lounge?

    1. Ben Schlappig OMAAT

      @ Creditcrunch -- I don't believe so, unfortunately. I think access is granted exclusively to US-issued Capital One cards.

  33. bill Guest

    This looks great. I wish the person who I saw hoarding cookies into his sleeve at the LAS Centurion Lounge last time I was there heeded your requests.

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John Guest

I’m in the lounge now. More of a crowd than Ben experienced, but not bad. Nothing like the madhouse of the Centurion. I agree completely with his review and worry that this can’t last long. Reyyan, I believe the toilets have bidets.

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Reyyan New Member

The toilets seem electric, do they have a build in bidet? That would be a pretty awesome feature!

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Brian S Guest

I don't have the card but I have a monster layover at DFW tomorrow and this is worth $65 to me to check out. Thanks for posting, and I'm glad I saw this just in time!

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