For our lounging hour, the American Express Centurion Lounge is the place to be while waiting for a flight at any airport that has such a lounge. It’s even worth an extra security screening at SFO, if you can believe it.
Last year, the DFW lounge closed for a few months and relocated. You can read a review of the new lounge here at The Points Guy.
Well, in an effort to modernize and expand offerings in more locations, American Express will be closing their locations at Las Vegas (our most frequent Centurion Lounge) and Miami.
What are the closures?
American Express announced that their Miami location will close on January 14, 2019, for “a short period” to “upgrade and expand the space.” They remind that you can use the Delta Sky Club if flying Delta, or use Priority Pass otherwise (enrollment required, of course).
They will also be closing Las Vegas as of the same date for a “short period” to “renovate and improve the space.”
A short closure with the same phrasing as Las Vegas is also announced for Seattle, coming in March.
How can I get my lounge fix?
The American Express Lounge Collection includes several other networks not operated by Amex, so you won’t be lost or gatebound if you have a layover or an extra hour or two at these airports.