I visited the Admirals Club in Boston in late September. The Boston Admirals Club is located in terminal B near gate 4 in the Boston Logan airport.
- Location: Boston Logan Airport Terminal B near gate 4.
- Hours: 4am to 8:30pm (Sunday through Friday) and 4am to 7:30pm (Saturday).
- Cost: $59 for a day pass or free with an Admirals Club membership.
- Free Access: Citi AA Chairman credit card, Citi Prestige credit card (when flying on American Airlines flight paid for with the Prestige*), business or first class customers traveling on American Airline partner airlines.
- How I accessed: Citi Prestige credit card.
*Citi Prestige American Airlines lounge benefit will be discontinued starting in July 2017.
The Boston Admirals club may be the largest domestic Admirals Club I’ve visited. Prior to visiting the Boston club, the Philadelphia Admirals Club in terminal B/C was the largest domestic club I visited. Other large domestic airport lounges I’ve visited included the United Club in Cleveland and the Philadelphia Admirals Club in terminal F.
The inside of the Boston Admirals Club is shaped like an upside down “L”. After passing through the lobby, the main hallway goes straight back before curving to the right. Lounge seating with multiple TV’s are located on the left hand side.
A bar is located at the far right corner of the lounge. During the day, natural light floods the inside of the club through large windows facing the tarmac. The back bar includes a variety of free and premium drinks as well as food available for purchase.
Light snacks, coffee and tea were available inside on the right wall past when walking past the entrance of the club.
I stored my belongings in a leather messenger bag.
Available amenities inside the Boston Admirals Club include:
- 3 conference rooms available for rent.
- PC’s with internet access.
- Free house beer, wine, liquor, and light snacks.
- Two larger quiet rooms with PC workstations and electrical outlets.
- Large lounge with plenty of available seating.
- Basic snack and drink options with optional premium food and drinks available.
- Clean and well maintained lounge.
I really liked the Admirals Club in Boston. The lounge holds a large number of people, has multiple food options beyond the basic snack bar, and is kept clean. For a standard domestic airline lounge, this club has everything you would expect. If you are flying out of Boston Logan and have access to the club, I strongly suggest making use of this club.