Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) has three Priority Pass lounges. The best Priority Pass lounge is the Air France Lounge in Terminal E. The other Priority Pass lounge in Terminal E is The Club. The Lounge can be found in Terminal C. None of these Priority Pass lounges are the best lounges at Boston Logan International Airport, but they remain a decent place to relax and grab something to eat and drink.
Priority Pass also has two restaurants; Stephanies in Terminal B and Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and Grill in Terminal C. Members get $28 USD to spend at each restaurant.
Boston Logan International (BOS) is the main airport for New England. It has four terminals and is a hub for Delta Airlines, Cape Air, and JetBlue. Boston Logan International Airport serves as a primary gateway to Europe, with all of the major US air carriers offering flights from Boston to their primary and secondary hubs. It’s also a destination for major European airlines. Boston Logan International Airport quite small for an international airport and is situated across Boston Harbor, just minutes from downtown.
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1. Air France Lounge, Terminal E
The Air France Lounge is located in Terminal E, Airside, Gate 4. This is one of two Priority Pass lounges in Terminal E. The other Priority Pass lounge being The Club.
This is not a great Air France Lounge in terms of style and seating, but the food is good. It is a small room with badly designed tan armchairs which are very difficult to work or eat off. The better seats are set around tables in fours and the high tables and chairs by the window.
Food-wise, there are two hot soups (New England clam chowder soup and minestrone soup), hot waffles at breakfast and hot rice, and a beef dish throughout the rest of the day. The cold food buffet is extensive with whole fruit, fresh sandwiches, salad, and veggie bowls with lots of dips and dressings, cut fruit, bread, cheese, and pastries.
Alcoholic drinks include self-serve spirits and wine, plus lots of cans of drinks in fridges and jugs of water and juice.
2. The Club, Terminal E
The Club and Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse are the two lounges located on the second floor of Terminal E. The Club is a contract lounge for Hainan Airlines and Qatar Airways, as well as Priority Pass members. This lounge sometimes restricts access to Priority Pass members between 4:00 – 10:00 pm as it can get busy.
This lounge has no windows or natural light, but it is nicely decorated. It feels like a restaurant in an airport rather than a lounge, and it has a separate workstation area with desks. There is also a fairly basic shower and toilet facility in this lounge.
The food is cold but delicious, particularly if you like sandwich wraps (they have turkey and hummus). There are also two soups (lentil and tomato) and a generous salad with lots of plates of salad items and veggies and lots of snacks like nuts and dried fruit, cookies, and brownies.
There is a self-serve coffee machine and fridges full of canned sodas and fresh juices on tap. There is also plenty of free alcohol with wine, spirits, and beer.
3. The Lounge, Terminal C
This lounge is shared by Aer Lingus, TAP Air Portugal, and Emirates and is used by their Business Class passengers. Members of Priority Pass, Lounge Club, and Diners Club can also access this lounge.
On the left side of the lounge, there is a buffet, bar, and cafe-style seating with tables. There is also a desk area with a computer and printer in the corner. On the other side is a larger seating area with armchairs, sofas, and a hot drinks station.
The back window wall offers big windows that overlook the planes. The buffet offers cold snacks and complimentary beverages, including cans of Coke, Canada Dry, Ocean Spray, Dole, and Tropicana juices. There are also premium wines, beer, and spirits, plus non-alcoholic beverages along with newspapers and magazines.
Breakfast includes cereals, bagels, bread, small pastries, and fruit. Hot dishes include omelet and oatmeal with toppings. After breakfast, the dining area converts into an all-day setup with a salad bar, hot soup, sandwiches, and wraps, followed by brownies and cookies. Vegetarians will be pleased to hear that there is a vegetarian sandwich and also lentil soup.
There is a self-serve coffee machine and fridges with canned sodas. There is also plenty of free alcohol with wine, spirits, and beer.
All in all, the food on offer is very good for a Priority Pass lounge, although the look of the lounge isn’t particularly exciting and there are no shower facilities.
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