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American Express has been rolling out Centurion lounges across the U.S at major domestic hubs, and in 2016 travelers at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport will be able to relax and refresh at the newest addition to their lineup. It will the seventh Centurion Lounge, spanning 8,5000 square feet, and will offer state-of-the-art relaxation areas along with a complementary buffet and bar.
“Houston is another major market for our card members and another important step towards expanding our network of lounges from coast to coast,”said Lisa Durocher, senior vice president of charge cards and benefits, American Express.
Not your average amenities
In the Centurion Lounge in Houston, travelers will be able to take advantage of a wide range of amenities that make spending time in the airport easier, including private showers, a computer bar, tranquility areas, private phone areas, comfortable seating, and high-speed Wi-Fi.
People who are traveling with their families can hang out in the family room, while people who need to get some work done can get away from it all and settle down into the noise-buffering workspaces.
When they get hungry they can chow down on the complimentary buffet or have a drink at the fully stocked bar. All the Centurion lounges have their own menus developed by leading chefs featuring dishes inspired by the area. They also let members try out specialty drinks whipped up by well-known mixologists. Both the culinary and drink menus for Houston will be announced later in the year.
Until the new lounge opens in Houston American Express cardholders can check out their other locations in Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS), New York's LaGuardia Airport (LGA), Miami International Airport (MIA) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO), as well as the smaller Centurion Studio located in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
For more information visit the Centurion network website.