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Best Airport Lounges At Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI)


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BWI Marshall Airport is located just 9 miles south of downtown Baltimore and 32 miles northeast of Washington, D.C. It is the busiest airport in the region, serving over 27 million passengers. We review the best airline and Priority Pass lounges at Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI).

Airlines flying out of Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI) include Southwest, Spirit, Delta, American, United, Air Canada, British Airways, Condor (seasonal), Southwest, Spirit, Swift Air, and more.

Once you arrive in Baltimore, we have reviewed the best hotel executive club lounges in Baltimore and the best luxury hotels in Baltimore.

Free Airport Lounge Access

If you have not paid for Business Class or First Class, you can still access lounges at this airport for a fee or for free if you have a Priority Pass. Get an unlimited Priority Pass with the Amex Platinum card, or you can also access most Priority Pass lounges for free using the free American Express Gold with its two free Lounge Club passes. To get extra referral points and advice on these free-lounge-access cards and more, have a read of our best credit cards for luxury travel.

1. The Club at BWI

The Club BWI, is the only airline lounge at Baltimore airport. It opened in May 2017 and is well designed but fairly basic with loads of power outlets. The Club at BWI is located at the Main Terminal, Concourse D, inside security. This is a Priority Pass lounge and has sofas and seats by the window facing outwards with great views of the planes. The lounge caters to international flights at BWI which includes British Airways.

This 2,200 square-foot lounge provides seating for 50 guests. The Replenish Zone provides complimentary food and drinks, including premium coffee, cocktails, beer, and wine, as well as light bites such as cheese and crackers, veggies, dip, a soup, sandwiches, and snacks like cookies and granola bars.

This lounge is pleasant if you get free access via your Priority Pass or your flight ticket, but I don’t think it would be worth paying an additional fee for entrance.

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