Yes. The Amex lounge at JFK International Airport in New York opened on October 9, 2020. Access to JFK’s American Express Centurion Lounge is complimentary for Amex Platinum, Centurion, and Delta SkyMiles Reserve card members. Cardholders must present a boarding pass, a valid Amex card, and a government-issued ID to enter the lounge (located in Terminal 4).
Platinum cardholders are allowed to bring two guests into the lounge free of charge. Centurion cardholders can either bring two guests, or a domestic partner/spouse and any children under 18, at no additional cost. Any guests for Delta SkyMiles Reserve card members––or for Platinum and Centurion card members beyond their complimentary guests––can be admitted with the purchase of a $50 day pass at the time of entry. All guests must be accompanied by the card member to access the JFK lounge.
With 15,000 square-feet of space, the JFK Centurion lounge features multiple bars, buffets, self-serve drink stations, and shower rooms. There is also a restorative therapies lab with self-guided meditation and stretching, free Wi-Fi, and an expansive view of the airport’s planes and runways. The lounge is home to many semi-private rooms for those looking to work in peace and plenty of open seating for people who prefer to relax and watch TV.
One notable feature of the JFK Centurion lounge is its “1850” speakeasy bar, which can be found behind a hidden door on the bottom floor. This bar recalls the founding date of American Express as well as the Prohibition era.
Due to COVID-19, some of the amenities in the JFK Centurion lounge are currently operating at limited capacity.
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