Accessing lounges at Boston airport with Priority Pass
Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) has served this famous American city for a century, and it's only gotten busier. BOS is a major Northeast hub for many airlines and European flights.
Whether or not you're prepared for an airport this busy, you might relish a getaway to one of several airport lounges at BOS. That's where Priority Pass™ comes in.
Where to find Priority Pass participating lounges at Boston Airport
Priority Pass is a global airport experiences program with lounges and restaurants in its network at Boston Logan Airport. Although membership provides access to these facilities, access may be denied if capacity is reached.
Here's a list of Priority Pass participating facilities organized by terminal:
The Lounge – Terminal C
The hallmark of The Lounge at BOS Terminal C is the floor-to-ceiling window views of the airfield. You'll find several areas inside designed for business, socializing and quiet. You may access this lounge three hours before your flight is scheduled to depart.
- Location: Floor 1, concourse level across from Gate C19. Not accessible from Gates 40 to 42.
- Hours: 6 AM to 9 PM daily
- Amenities include TV, flight information, refreshments, Wi-Fi, computer workstation with printer, plus digital newspapers and magazines.
The Lounge is part of The Club airport lounge network, which Priority Pass members can access with their membership. That's true if you're at BOS or one of the many other airports with lounges operated by The Club.
Air France Lounge – Terminal E
Priority Pass members can enjoy this traditional but elegant airport oasis. The Boston Air France Lounge will welcome you for a maximum stay of three hours. There are large comfy chairs, plenty of refreshments, as well as hot and cold meals to enjoy.
- Location: After Security, turn right towards Gate 4. Take the dedicated lounge elevator or stairs.
- Hours: Approximately 9 AM to 10 PM daily
Stephanie's – Terminal B and Terminal E
The inviting atmosphere of a Stephanie's restaurant might catch your eye as you pass. Admittedly, it's a restaurant, not a lounge, but once you sit down it may be hard not to relax and enjoy the sophisticated comfort food and beverages.
Member and guest visits on your Priority Pass membership can become credits or deductions to use for your bill. It's best to confirm the conditions of your membership before visiting a BOS Priority Pass network restaurant, notably the guest policy.
- Location: Departures level, opposite Gate B24. Domestic flights only.
- Hours: 5 AM to 10 PM daily
- Location: After Security, opposite Gate E7
- Hours: 7 AM to 10 PM daily
How to get Priority Pass access at Boston Logan International Airport
Priority Pass membership gives travelers access to airport lounges and experiences in over 650 airports around the world, including Boston Logan. The range of premium experiences, from napping suites to dining, is always expanding. Here are some options to get Priority Pass access at BOS lounges.
Enroll in a Priority Pass membership plan
The membership plans offered by Priority Pass can suit frequent and occasional travelers alike. The Prestige membership plan, for example, is a good choice for travelers interested in member visits that don't include an additional visit fee. The Club airport lounges also participate in the Priority Pass network, such as The Lounge at BOS Terminal C.
Activate Priority Pass Select membership with Chase Sapphire Reserve
If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve® credit card, you can enjoy many travel benefits and rewards. The card has an annual fee, but complimentary Priority Pass Select membership is one of the many travel benefits. That will provide access to all the lounges and facilities that participate in the Priority Pass network, including those at Boston Logan Airport.
Buy a Club Pass from The Club
Getting a Club Pass for Terminal C airport lounge at BOS is an option that doesn't call for a Priority Pass membership. To learn more, got to The Club's website.
Getting to and from Boston Logan Airport
Besides taxis and buses, BOS visitors can also take advantage of Massport's services between the city and the airport. Here's some key information:
- Massport Shuttle: This connects all the terminals at BOS, plus the nearby transportation dock and rental car center.
- Logan Express: This bus services all terminals and several park-and-ride lots in nearby towns.
With the transportation to, from and around BOS, destinations in the city can be easy to get to. Consider seeing downtown Boston, touring the rich historical locale or enjoying a baseball game at historic Fenway Park if you have the time to spare.
There are many options for Priority Pass members and their guests to enjoy at Boston Logan Airport. From Stephanie's restaurants to any of the more traditional airport lounges, you can certainly enhance your time spent before departing with a Priority Pass membership. Fees may apply to member and guest visits depending on the membership.
There are different ways to get a membership, and the Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card offers complimentary Priority Pass Select membership. The card has many travel benefits and rewards, and the membership provides access to lounges in the global Priority Pass network.
Discover other Priority Pass lounges across the United States:
- Priority Pass Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)
- Priority Pass Chicago O'Hare (ORD)
- Priority Pass Newark (EWR)
- Priority Pass Houston (IAH)
- Priority Pass Seattle-Tacoma (SEA)
- Priority Pass Orlando (MCO)
- Priority Pass Las Vegas (LAS)
- Priority Pass Atlanta (ATL)
- Priority Pass San Francisco (SFO)
- Priority Pass Los Angeles (LAX)
- Priority Pass New York (JFK)