Lounge Review: Minute Suites DFW (Terminal A)
Minute Suites is part of the Priority Pass Network and has two locations at DFW. I visited the Minute Suites Lounge in Terminal A on my recent trip to Dallas. Each suite is a small private room with a variety of features. I really love this concept because traveling can be stressful and airport crowds exacerbate the problem. Lounges can also be very crowded at times and the ability to have some peace and quiet without people all over you is quite the luxury.
Getting to the Lounge
The Minute Suites Lounge is Located in Terminal A, outside Gate A38. DFW’s terminal A is the American Airlines terminal but can be accessed by all other terminals as the entrance is open to anyone who’s already cleared security. My stop at DFW was a connection and luckily both my arrival and departure gate were very close to the lounge. Since it’s located on the end of the terminal, it could be a pain for people closer to Gate 1 as the terminal is very large.
The Minute Suites is a Priority Pass Lounge. The entry rules and payment structure are a bit different than other lounges in the Priority Pass network as they charge hourly. Priority Pass members are entitled to one free hour. Each subsequent hour is billed at a discounted rate of $28/hour. Up to 3 guests accompanying the Cardholder in the same Minute Suite may use it at no extra charge. The regular hourly rate is $42, thus Priority Pass is a great way to save.
Minute Suites requires a credit card for incidentals at the time of check-in. You’ll also need to show your boarding pass, identification and your Priority Pass Card.
Amenities and Features
I absolutely loved this lounge and really enjoyed having an hour to myself to recharge and chill before my second flight. I just wish they had these lounges everywhere!
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