$30 day pass, free with some premium credit cards.
Location: in Terminal C, across from C19.
A recent early morning flight from Syracuse NY to Savannah GA brought me through Boston’s Logan International Airport around 7:00am. As I had three hours to kill for my layover I decided to stop by The Lounge, especially since it was inside the same terminal I was connecting through.
Entry was quick, with two extremely friendly agents ready to assist walkups and was free with my PriorityPass membership- a perk of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. At this time of day, the lounge was pretty empty- I was one of two or three parties occupying it.
The lounge offered some great floor to ceiling views of gates C8-C15, as well as several E gates. I saw lots of JetBlue Embraer E190s come and go up close. Planespotting opportunities were a big plus.
On the food side, things were… about on par with an average Priority Pass lounge. Don’t come expecting something amazing to eat. At the time I visited (breakfast) the options were limited to cereals, danishes, english muffins that could be toasted up, and some fresh fruit and yogurt. I can personally recommend Potbelly Sandwich Shop, (between C11 and C15) a chain I discovered in Louisville KY, and located nearby for a good lunch option.
On the plus side, Perrier was available and you could freely take from the cooler- at some of the other Priority Pass lounges, you have to ask for it at the bar. Other beverage options included lots of various soft drinks, coffee, teas, espresso, and fruit infused waters.
The lounge did not appear to offer wifi, which was disappointing, and I was unable to connect to Logan’s system, opting instead to use my personal cellphone as a hotspot. Access to power outlets seemed limited along the main stretch of the windows until I found a floor plate that contained a few near my seat.
The lounge offers restrooms that are separate from the main terminal.
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