Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 08 Jun 2014
Total posts 318
best one world lounge dfw?
travelling qf in f on 22:40 departure which is best option for food and wine qf, ba, aa or Qatar?
Member since 02 Jul 2011
Total posts 835
The AA lounges are all standard AA lounges - nothing special, think C is generally viewed as best. Limited food selection, basic drinks only (unless you get the vouchers)
BA, QF and I suspect QR use the same third-part lounges near Gate 21/22 in Terminal D which are also nothing special.
Save you appetite for the plane methinks.
Member since 24 Apr 2012
Total posts 1,118
If you have an American Express Platinum Charge or Centurion card, the AMEX Centurion lounge might be your best bet – see Inside the American Express Centurion Lounges
There's also a spa offering free treatments to all lounge users, and if you don't have a Plat Charge/Centurion card, but do have any other AMEX card, that gets you through the door for US$50.
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 19 Mar 2014
Total posts 358
I've got a feeling there's an even wider list of AMEX cards that grant you a number of visits each year? Either way, $50 is money well spent based on the reviews.
Member since 16 Feb 2012
Total posts 133
The AA Lounge in Terminal D has best view. All of the AA Admirals lounges have food / wine available with 2 vouchers that you get upon entry. You'll find the high ceilings and sunset while waiting for your flight quite picturesque.
Member since 14 Jan 2015
Total posts 46
Slim pickings at DFW by the looks of it. Moa999 hit the nail on the head with the save it for the plane comment. Its a shame you are not flying out of LAX. They have 2 pretty impressive Qantas lounges. Looking forward to visiting them soon, well the business one at least.
On a brighter note, no doubt you will still have an amazing experience flying F. Enjoy.
Member since 23 Jun 2014
Total posts 14
AMEX lounge by a mile
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