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Recently, I had the chance to visit some Priority Pass lounges at DFW with my Priority Pass membership that comes with my Capital One Venture X card. It’s been a minute since I’ve visited airport lounges, so I wanted to check out a few new-to-me lounges as well as revisit an old favorite.
Be Relax Spa
So this isn’t a traditional airport “lounge”, but rather an airport spa. Be Relax Spa has two locations at DFW, in Terminal D and Terminal B. The Priority Pass website outlines a few treatment options available to members, but the only option available when I arrived at the location in Terminal B was 30 minutes in the massage chair. Fine by me!
Pros: Relaxing! I loved the massage chair more than I thought I would. I especially enjoyed the leg and foot massage. The area was quiet, and I could have fallen asleep.
Cons: There is no food or drink here, and obviously no private restrooms. Also, this lounge does not allow guests.
Minutes Suites are located in Terminal A and Terminal D at DFW. This lounge consists of small individual rooms made for sleeping. Priority Pass members can bring up to 3 guests into the same suite for a maximum of one hour.
Pros: These lounges are open 24 hours a day. The suites are private rooms where you can TAKE OFF YOUR MASK! Sometimes, it’s nice to have a mask break at the airport.
Two people could comfortably nap in the room, and there is a desk and TV.
Cons: The rooms are kinda cramped for more than two people at a time. This lounge does not offer any complimentary snacks. One hour might not be enough time during a long layover.
Ah yes, my kids’ favorite lounge that we have visited a few times. Gameway has locations in Terminal B and Terminal E. Gameway is a video game lounge.
Pros: Each Priority Pass member and guest gets a free drink and two free snacks. Even if you don’t want to play video games, the snacks are great to take on your flight. The video game selection is good, and you can stay for two hours.
Cons: There are no other seats besides the ones in front of video game consoles and no private bathrooms.
I don’t utilize airport lounges on every trip, but I plan to take advantage of them more often in the future. Why not, when they’re free? None of these lounges compares to the new Capital One Lounge at DFW. But, they are still nice experiences.
What is your favorite Priority Pass lounge?