The guide to Priority Pass network lounges at Orlando MCO
Orlando isn't just for theme parks and magical vacations, but they certainly contribute to the stature of Orlando International Airport. The airport used to be McCoy Air Force Base, hence the airport code MCO.
The land area MCO occupies makes it one of the largest U.S. commercial airports. While traveling from terminal to terminal can take some time, the vast size of Orlando airport is good news for Priority PassTM members. There's plenty to help you relax inside the airport.
Does MCO have Priority Pass accessible lounges?
MCO has lounges in the Priority Pass network. They're operated by The Club, a network of lounges that Priority Pass members can access unless capacity has been reached. The lounges here are family friendly given the number of families that travel through Orlando for the famous nearby theme parks.
The Club MCO – Terminal A Concourse 1
This Club lounge features sleek and modern designs complemented by a warm color palette, inviting you to feel the luxury. Take a seat amongst any of the spacious and comfortable furnishings. Amenities include a workstation with a PC and printer, as well as a complimentary shower facility.
- Location: On the Main Concourse of Gates 1-29
- Hours: 5 AM to 10 PM daily
The Club MCO – Terminal B Concourse 4
Comfort and variety are staples of this lounge's design, and the amenities are plentiful. Large windows enliven the lounge, where you can focus in a quiet area or chat up friends and other guests elsewhere. There's also a conference space, workstations with computers, showers and a kids' area.
- Location: Near Gate 91
- Hours: 5 AM to 9 PM daily
How to access Priority Pass participating lounges at Orlando MCO
When you're looking to access lounges in the Priority Pass network at MCO, there are a few options available.
Enroll in a membership with Priority Pass
Beyond the signature benefit of airport lounge access, there are other valuable benefits that accompany a Priority Pass membership. The network is constantly evolving to include more and more restaurants, spas and retail offers in airports around the world.
The Priority Pass membership plans may complement the type of traveler you are. Each plan has an annual fee and provides access to the lounges in the Priority Pass network, including at MCO. However, fees per member visit and guest visit may apply. For instance, a Standard membership has fees for each member and guest visits. Meanwhile, the Prestige plan doesn't have fees for member visits but does have fees for guest visits.
Activate the complimentary Priority Pass membership with Sapphire Reserve
The Chase Sapphire Reserve® card has many travel and dining benefits, as well as an annual fee. A notable benefit is complimentary Priority Pass Select membership, which you can activate and use to receive the same lounge access as other Priority Pass membership plans. With Priority Pass Select through Chase Sapphire Reserve, however, each airport lounge visit for the member and two guests is included without a fee. Additional guests can join for a fee charged after the visit is reported to Priority Pass.
Get a single-use Club Pass
At The Club's website, Club Passes are available to book and purchase for a single lounge visit. You may consider this option if you're not a frequent traveler but still want to indulge in some R&R before or after your flight at Orlando MCO. To book, you'll also need to know when you'll be there.
Travel tip for Orlando visitors
Our important tip for going to Orlando is to carry an umbrella. Florida may be known for sunshine, but the weather can actually be quite unpredictable. Many of the city's attractions are outside—zoos, historical sites, modern shopping outlets, nearby beaches, downtown Orlando and more. Having an umbrella can help you avoid a dampened day on an otherwise wonderful trip.
Orlando is a famous vacation destination served by a vast international airport. Although many of the nearby attractions may be the reason for your travel, the Priority Pass network of airport lounges within MCO could enhance your experience.
You can access the Priority Pass network of lounges in MCO with either a single-use pass from The Club or a Priority Pass membership. You could enroll in a membership directly through Priority Pass or get a membership and airport lounge access as one of several travel perks of the Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card.
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