Review: American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco Airport
Cashing in my last 300,000 United miles
American Express Centurion Lounge San Francisco
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Flying First Class on Thai Airways also on the a380
Thai Airways Domestic Business Class -Bangkok to Koh Samui
Conrad Koh Samui Amazing Hotel, Less Then Amazing Service
The Cutest Airport in the world – Koh Samui
Asiana Regional Business Class- Bangkok to Seoul
Asiana a380 Seoul to Los Angeles
Visiting Thailand and the island of Koh Samui
American Express had done it again! They have recently opened a new Centurion Lounge at the San Francisco International Airport in terminal 3 by Gate 75. This Lounge is just amazing, let me start out by saying that much. If you haven’t been here yet make sure you trek over to the United Terminal to check it out. You won’t be disappointed.
This lounge like all the others (Las Vegas, Dallas, LaGuardia and a few others in South America plus coming soon to Seattle and Miami) have simple access criteria. Have an American Express Centurion Card, Amex Platinum or better like the Amex Black. I’m not a shill for Amex, nor do I make any money for promoting their card/services but I do have the American Express Platinum, with it’s hefty $400/year membership. That’s a long story, but it does come with a $200/year airline service credit and of course free access to their lounges worldwide, which are $50/per person entry otherwise. Besides that, the fact that you earn Membership Rewards that can transfer to many programs and also get access to really good hotel rates via the Amercian Express Fine Hotel and Resorts Program. It’s become one of my goto cards. Google it if you’re interested and you’ll find a dearth of information, but for me that’s all I’m going to say.
The Centurion Lounge Entrance