Posted on July 16, 2015
Like Kevin and the STL Admirals Club, I’m a frequent visitor of the CLT AC, and I’ve finally decided to write a review!
Since I fly up and down the East coast a lot from a small eastern North Carolina airport, I’m pretty much forced to connect through Charlotte, and often have to make the long haul from the end of the E terminal to either the B, C or D terminals.
The club, being in the Charlotte airport, is a legacy US Air club now converted into an AC. I’ve visited it many times as both a US Air Club and an AC, and the difference after the change is minimal – other than the delicious AA cookies, of course!
From the C-side entrance: If you are walking down the main hallway there are the snacks on the left, and a huge open seating area with TVs just past it further down. On the right is the bar area in it’s own room (sorry I somehow forgot to get the bar picture!).
Continuing down the hallway, past the bar on the right is another seating area. It’s large, open, and boast tarmac views. It’s usually my room of choice. The next three pics go from left to right across that room.
Back out in the middle is the main-front seating area.
Heading further back in the lounge there’s another almost identical snack area and a more circular seating area, boasting pretty good views of the tarmac and a pretty cool circular ceiling.
I pretty much ran a circle for the pictures, so I went back up the opposite hallway and checked out the business center, along with my favorite, secret spot in the lounge!
And that’s it! Next time I’m in Philly I’m going to review at least one of those lounges that I’ve also visited many, many times!