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Those who want to enjoy moments of peace and relaxation with health and soul benefits will appreciate the services provided by Be Relax Spa at LAX. It is based in T1, next to Gate 12 (after the security control point). The lounge is open for Priority Pass holders. Annual membership in Priority Pass can be ordered for $97. Travelers can access the facility one time by providing a same-day boarding card.
The following treatments are available for visitors of the Priority Pass Lounge at LAX:
Be Relax Spa welcomes guests from 6 am to 7 pm from Monday to Friday, and from 10 am to 6 pm on weekends.
LAX Terminal 2 Lounges
The Delta Sky Club is situated on the mezzanine level of T1 and is open daily from 4:30 am to 12:30 am. This facility offers enough space for more than 500 visitors. The main sight is an outdoor space dubbed the Sky Deck and a bar with a wide range of beverages overlooking both an airport runway and the Hollywood Hills. The lounge provides travelers with free hot meals and snacks, alcoholic drinks like wine, beer and spirits, Starbucks coffee, and more. You can also take a shower, get free Wi-Fi access, and use a personal workspace.
The access is open for the next groups of passengers:
If you are a holder of the Delta SkyMiles® Platinum or Platinum Business Amex card, you can order a daily pass in the American Express Lounge at LAX for $39.
Across from the Sky Club at LAX, you will find another lounge which could be a perfect option for quiet and enjoying pass time while waiting for the flight. Access to the facility is provided for:
To provide guests with a pleasant stay experience, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse offers "à la carte" dining (not available to Priority Pass members), a bar with an extensive selection of drinks and spirits, Wi-Fi access, and a stunning view over the LAX runways and the Hollywood Hills. The lounge serves from 5 am until the last flight.
Delta does not provide single visit passes to Delta Sky Club lounges. So, to enter the facility you need to join a Delta Sky Club by ordering annual membership, flying on Delta One, gaining the Gold Medallion status, or carrying a credit card that offers access to the club.
The guests of the Delta Lounge at LAX are served craft beer, wine, a range of spirits, snacks, and full meals like soups or salads. Other lounge amenities include:
Look for the Delta Lounge in T3, Sky Way, next to Gate 34. It welcomes passengers daily from 4:15 am to 12:30 am.
This game bar allows guests to challenge Bowser in Super Mario Bros or win back the wizard land of Hyrule in The Legend of Zelda. The lounge is equipped with leather seating, PlayStation 5, Xbox S, 43″ flat-screen 4K TV, premium gaming headphones, and charging ports for your electronic devices. Each client will get a complimentary bottle of water and two snacks. Passengers with the Gameway LAX lounge day pass are allowed to:
A half-an-hour pass can be purchased for $15.99, a one-hour ticket will cost you $25.99, and unlimited access is available for $39.99.
Members of the Priority Pass club will benefit from 120-minute access to one game station, a complimentary bottle of soda or water, and two snacks. The standard membership can be purchased for $99.
Gameway is situated in T3 near Gate 30B. It is open 7 days a week from 6 am to 9 pm.
To facilitate maximum comfort for passengers during their stay at LAX, American Airlines offers a modern lounge zone in T4 (near Gate 40). Those flying in first or business class on international, transcontinental, or local voyages operated by American and its partner Oneworld Airline, can get complimentary Admirals Club access. Admirals Club members are required to show a membership card or AAdvantage® number, as well as the boarding card for a same-day trip on an eligible route.
A daily voucher for guests is available for $59. Every traveler can bring up to three children under 18 years provided they have a valid same-day boarding pass.
Travelers can benefit from the following services provided by the American Airlines Lounge at LAX:
The Club is open daily from 4:30 am to 12:30 am.
The Flagship Lounge welcomes passengers of first or business-class cabins traveling between the U.S. and Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, New Zealand, and South America. To access the location, travelers must provide a same-day boarding card. As a bonus, each international class traveler is enabled to invite one guest to the facility. The amenities inside the Los Angeles Airport lounges from American Airlines include:
To access the lounge, head to boarding gate 40 in T4. It is open for visiting 7 days a week, from 4:30 am to 12:30 am.
If you are traveling with American Airlines, you can benefit from the spacious and quiet restroom located in T5, near the Duty-free store. It welcomes visitors from 5 am to 12 am, 7 days a week. The price for day access to the lounge is $59. Guests are allowed to bring up to three children by showing same-day boarding tickets for first and business class from American Airlines or its partner Oneworld carrier for each person.
You can obtain a membership in Admirals Club to have limitless access to any of the 50 Admirals Club worldwide.
In Los Angeles International Airport lounges, you will be served complimentary house drinks including alcoholic cocktails, freshly brewed La Colombe coffee, snacks, TV, Wi-fi, and newspapers. You can also take a shower or use a business area to get your work done while waiting for the departure. A personal travel assistant available in the lounge is always ready to help you in case of any doubts.
The Maple Leaf Lounge from Air Canada provides a serene escape from the bustle of LAX activity. Spend time with pleasure as you wait for your confirmed Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge, and Air Canada Express on a Star Alliance member airline-operated route.
As a rule, entry to the lounge is reserved for departing passengers only. However, the Aeroplan Super Elite 100K, Elite 75K, and Elite 50K members are enabled to stay inside on arrival from a local flight. Please note that the day passes cannot be purchased at the door. You can only add the access to the Los Angeles Airport lounge to your order when reserving the flight with Air Canada at the following fares:
If you travel frequently on this airline, you can purchase an annual membership to Canada Club to enjoy staying in the Air Canada lounges all over the world.
The facility is open daily from 5:30 am to 10:15 pm. To reach it, move towards Gate 65B in T6 until you see the lounge's signs.
Guests of the Maple Leaf Lounge are welcomed with a selection of refreshing beverages, free access to 7,000+ magazines and newspapers through the PressReader app, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a business center equipped with desktop PCs as well.
Those looking for a comfy layover before the flight on Alaska Airlines, have the opportunity to spend time in the Alaska lounge at LAX located on a mezzanine level, next to Gate 64B.
Among the services provided by this LAX facility one can mention:
Customers can order the day pass for $60 provided they have a same-day boarding card. Infants under 2 years may accompany the eligible passenger into the facility for free.
Guests inviting more than two guests to the lounge may purchase passes for them for a reduced fee of $25.
Alaska Airlines Lounge welcomes LAX travelers daily from 5:00 am to 9:30 pm.
Visitors of the Gameway lounges at LAX will have the opportunity to spend time having fun using PlayStation 5 for up to 120 minutes, Xbox S, 43″ flat-screen 4K TV, and noise-canceling headphones. The entry fee also includes a complimentary bottle of water and two snacks. All travelers need to provide a same-day boarding pass when entering the lounge.
If you would like to spend a half-an-hour in Gameway, you need to pay the fee of $15.99, for a 60-minute stay you will be charged $25.99, for $39.99 you will have unlimited access to the lounge (entry is allowed up to 4 hours before departure).
Passengers are enabled to gain the Priority Pass Standard (for $99), Standard Plus (for $329), or Prestige membership (for $469) and enjoy a 2-hour gaming session (additional hours can be purchased with a 10% discount).
Gameway is based in the Gate 65B zone in T6. The lounge welcomes LAX passengers daily from 6 am to 9 pm.
This lounge serves passengers traveling on a United, Star Alliance, or contracted partner route. The daily pass to the United Lounge at LAX can be purchased online or at the door for $59. The fee includes:
Upon purchasing the United Club membership you will have limitless access to more than 45 lounges worldwide. As a bonus, you can invite up to 2 guests to the lounge by providing same-day boarding passes.
United Club lounge serves from 4:30 am to 12:15 am, 7 days a week. To access the facility, head towards Gate 71A in T7.
The location welcomes travelers of United Polaris business class and Star Alliance international first and business class. Thus, guests presenting boarding passes on trans-Pacific or trans-Atlantic routes and flights from the US to the capital of Argentina, Lima, Rio, Santiago, and São Paulo can enter the structure.
Look for the United Polaris Lounge in T7, near Gate 73. It is open for visiting from 6:30 am to 10:30 pm, 7 days a week. Below you can check the list of amenities available for guests of the United Polaris lounges at LAX:
If you have a departing flight from T8, please keep in mind that this structure does not provide any lounge zone for passengers. So, you can head to T7 which is a short walk away from T8, and enjoy spending time there without exiting security.
After passing security in the Tom Bradley terminal, you will see The Centurion Lounge blue branding to the left, before the bridge to the Great Hall. Take the Amex elevator from Floor 4 to Floor 2 to head to the facility. The Centurion Lounge at LAX is open daily from 6 am to 7:30 pm. Access to the lounge is reserved for the next categories of travelers:
Customers will benefit from the buffet serving premium food options, Exhale Spa therapy, family room, full-service bar with a great selection of beverages, personal workspaces, and business services, invigorating showers with toiletries, tranquility of cell-free rooms, and much more.
Children under 2 years accompanied by the guests of the Amex lounge at LAX are allowed to stay in the facility for free.
If you are traveling with Emirates, you will appreciate the service provided in the Emirates Lounge at LAX located on Level 6 in the Tom Bradley building. In winter months, the lounge serves daily from 11:35 am to 3:35 pm, in the summertime, it welcomes travelers from 12:40 pm to 4:40 pm.
Passengers of first and business class as well as Emirates Skywards Platinum and Gold members have access to the lounge amenities listed below:
The price of paid entry at the Emirates LAX Airport lounges is $155. Credit or debit card payments are accepted. Please note that paid entry is restricted to a 3-hour use of the facility before the scheduled departure time for LAX.
Entry to this facility is restricted to passengers flying with Air Tahiti Nui, EL AL, Fiji Airways, Japan Airlines, and Philippine Airlines. Please remember that business / first-class travelers will be required to provide a valid same-day boarding pass at the door.
To reach the lounge, move to Level 6 (Departure floor), inside the Security zone in Terminal B. It is open daily from 6 am until the last route.
LA International Lounge could be a perfect location to enjoy a break escaping from the hustle and bustle of the main departure hall. While waiting for your flight, take a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, get a bite with some snacks, or read your favorite newspaper.
The Oneworld Lounge at LAX provides guests with a well-equipped Business Center, high-speed Wi-Fi to stay connected, charging stations, full bar service, self-buffet with cold appetizers, snacks and hot meals, showers, and other services. Access is restricted to passengers of the Oneworld member airline flight only. Be aware that Oneworld Emerald or Sapphire members cannot use the lounge when flying solely within North America or between the US, Canada, Mexico (except Mexico City), the Bahamas, Bermuda, and the Caribbean.
The lounge is situated on Level 5 (after the security control point) and is open daily from 6.30 am until the last Qantas route departure.
This comfy location is designed for a quiet and pleasant pastime while waiting for the Qantas flight. The facility is situated in TBIT, on Level 5. Once on the fifth floor, pass the Oneworld Lounge and you'll see the entrance to the Qantas First Lounge on the left. You are allowed to enter from 6.30 am until the last Qantas departure voyage.
The Qantas LAX lounge can be accessed by Oneworld Emerald members traveling in any cabin, as well as the Oneworld international first-class passengers of American Airlines, British Airways, Japan Airlines, etc. Qantas facility consists of one large room which seats more than 200 persons.
Children under 17 years can stay at the lounge for free. Those who have reached 18 years are considered adults, so would need to accompany the passenger as a guest.
KAL Lounge offers 305 comfy seats, four private restrooms, shower amenities, and a balcony overlooking the terminal below. Take the elevator up the "Time Tower" on Level 5 of TBIT to reach the facility. Guests will benefit from complimentary soft drinks, spirits, coffee, snacks, and salads, as well as the TV and high-speed Wi-Fi. The KAL Lounge welcomes travelers holding Priority Pass membership daily between 11 am and 5 pm.
Children under 2 years accompanied by an adult are admitted for free.
Travelers provided the business/first class boarding pass on Star Alliance flights, United Club/Air Canada Maple Leaf Club/Star Alliance Gold members are enabled to use the lounge amenities. Children under 2 years accompanied by guests are allowed to enter the facility for free.
The Star Alliance Lounge at LAX is designed with a main seating area for relaxation and smaller, private rooms to enjoy the quiet. If you want to chill out in front of a TV or shut your eyes for a bit, you can do it in a comfy media room inside the lounge. There is also a fully-stocked bar serving beverages and drinks, a workspace with a printer and fax-machine, an outdoor terrace, and much more. The structure is open daily from 9 am to 12 am.
This lounge serves passengers of business/first class cabins of American Airlines (or a partner carrier) provided they hold a same-day boarding ticket. A day pass can be purchased for $59. Each guest can bring up to 3 children under 18 years for free. The services provided by American Airlines LAX lounges are listed below:
Admirals Club is situated in Regional Terminal next to Gate 52D. It welcomes guests from 6:15 am to 10:30 pm, 7 days a week.
The lounge consists of three private family rooms, a canteen snack bar, a dining spot serving salads and hot meals, charging stations, baggage storage, a children's play area and gaming hall, an outdoor pavilion, showers, private zones for telephone calls, and a TV room.
The access to USO lounge is permitted to active-duty military and their families (along with military retirees) provided they present a valid military ID.
To get to the USO facility, head to the Center Way in the LAX Theme Building on the ground floor. The entry is open from 9 am to 5 pm, 7 days a week.