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Review: Admirals Club Atlanta Terminal T
I’m quickly trying to hit as many Admirals Clubs as I possibly can before the benefit of my Citi Prestige runs out in July. If you’re unfamiliar, Citi Prestige will no longer give you Admirals Club access come July 19th. Anyways, with a little over two months left I’m doing my best to hit up and review Admirals Clubs that I haven’t been to, and Lo and Behold one was right next to my gate in the ATL! It’s a postage stamp lounge in the land of Delta, but the Admirals Club Atlanta Terminal T was a nice spot to chill, have a snack, and get a little work done.
The lounge has one large sitting area.
American Airlines doesn’t have a large presence in Atlanta, the world’s busiest airport, and also MASSIVE Delta hub. The Admirals Club was small, but there was still seating.
Food Options were small, but tasty. The Cous cous was delightful. As were the brownies. I had 20 of them. No lie. I hope my dentist isn’t reading this.
There is a small bar.
As well a small room with some work stations.
The lounge is nice, clean, and while being crowded because of it’s small size didn’t lack for seating space. I visited the lounge with one of my best buds, Shane, and we didn’t have any problems finding seating next to one another. If you’re looking for a spot to plop down, grab a snack, have a beer/soda/juice, and escape the stress of the airport – I’d recommend it. If ATL is your main airport, I’m not sure a membership would be worth it if this is you’re main lounge.