The premium bar, one of the many features in American Express' Centurion Lounge.
Traveling can be stressful. After battling traffic and fighting airport security, it’s not difficult to become exhausted. American Express will soon offer a way for Houstonians to escape the airport’s many stressors and unwind. It’s a new retreat called the Centurion Lounge.
Open to all American Express cardholders, Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport will house the seventh lounge of its kind, joining Dallas/ Fort Worth International Airport, Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, New York’s La Guardia Airport, Miami International Airport, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and San Francisco International Airport.
Cardholders can expect an 8,500-square-foot airport retreat complete with amenities including a seasonal buffet, a premium bar, member services desks, shower suites, flat-screen TVs, a family room and conference space, semiprivate workspaces, high-speed WiFi, a computer bar and a print, fax and copy area. The lounge is slated to open in Terminal D in 2016.