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Priority Pass Charlotte: Everything you need to know

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    If your travels find you in Charlotte Douglas International Airport for a flight, you may be looking for a few amenities to pass the time. Luckily, Priority Pass members can take advantage of the Charlotte airport lounge, plus some relaxation suites and a game room with gaming consoles and PCs. Below is a full list of Charlotte amenities for Priority Pass members and where to find them.

    Is there a Charlotte airport lounge that accepts Priority Pass?

    Yes, the Priority Pass network does have an airport lounge at the Charlotte, North Carolina, airport. Located in Concourse A just before reaching gates A21 and A22, you'll find The Club CLT. It's a well-appointed airport lounge available for Priority Pass members.

    Features of the Priority Pass network lounge at Charlotte include:

    • Comfortable seating
    • Showers
    • Children's play area
    • Quiet zone
    • Refreshments
    • Alcohol
    • Wi-Fi
    • Newspapers and magazines
    • Televisions
    • Updating flight information

    Additionally, The Club also offers “Ready 2 Order," which is a digital and contactless way to order complimentary lounge refreshments.

    The lounge is open daily from 5 AM - 9:30 PM, though access could become restricted during the busiest hours of 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM. Travelers can enter the lounge three hours prior to their flight departure. All children must be accompanied by an adult, and children under the age of 2 are admitted for no additional cost.

    Other Charlotte Priority Pass benefits

    In addition to The Club CLT, there are also a few other perks available with Priority Pass:

    • Minute Suites Charlotte: You'll find Minute Suites locations in both the Atrium and Concourse D. Priority Pass members get a complimentary hour in these private suites, suitable for either napping or working. Rooms come with a desk and a daybed, and there are also showers available for a fee. If you'd like to remain in your room beyond the hour mark, Priority Pass members can pay a discounted rate of $34 per hour. In addition to Wi-Fi and workspaces, the Minute Suites in Concourse D also has a fax machine available for use.
    • A Priority Pass member can bring up to three guests into the same suite for at no additional cost.
    • Showers are available at a discounted rate of $20 for 30 minutes.
    • The daybed sleeps two, and the room will be equipped with pillows, fresh blankets and a sound-masking system that helps neutralize the noise of the airport.
    • Gameway: Priority Pass members can also access Gameway, a gaming room in Concourse E. The room is equipped with the latest technology, comfortable gaming chairs, high speed internet, food and drinks. Each gaming station has a 43-inch 4K screen, a game console pre-loaded with 25 popular games, gaming headphones and charging ports. The first hour at Gameway is complimentary for Priority Pass members, with subsequent hours charged at a 10% discounted rate.
    • Members get one complimentary snack and one complimentary bottle of water or soda, excluding energy drinks.
    • If you have a certain allotment of Priority Pass visits, visiting Gameway counts as one and will be deducted from your account.

    How to get Priority Pass membership

    If you're interested in signing up for a Priority Pass membership and gaining access to lounges, private suites, gaming rooms and more, there are a few ways to do it. You can either purchase a membership from Priority Pass or apply for a credit card that has Priority Pass as one of its benefits. Note you would still need to enroll on the Priority Pass website using your credit card. Each credit card may provide access to different benefits and have a different annual fee.

    In summary

    Passing through Charlotte Douglas International Airport may be more comfortable for those traveling with a Priority Pass membership. Priority Pass-affiliated amenities in Charlotte allow travelers to enjoy a lounge, relax in private suites and play in a gaming room to pass the time.

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