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Travelers passing through Atlanta International Airport (ATL) have another lounge option to try out because Priority Pass has added a third lounge to their lineup in Atlanta. Minute Suites are a bit different than the larger Priority Pass lounges, offering travelers a private suite to work or rest in while waiting for their flight. This new Minute Suites location is located airside, close to Gate T8 in the airport.
Travelers can gain access with their Priority Pass membership, and they get their first hour in the suite for free. But from that point on every additional hour will cost $28.
The details on Minute Suites
People can bring up to three friends or family members with them into the suite for free. Each suite comes with a variety of features, including a daybed sofa, which sleeps two people, and a sound masking system to keep outside noise at bay. There's also a Nap26 audio program designed to help travelers get a power nap in.
For those who want to forgo a nap, the suite also comes with a workstation. While food and beverages are available, they are not free, so people will have to pay for any food and beverages they use during their stay.
Minute Suites are a new part of the Priority Pass lounge network, and people can chill out in these suites that are located in a total of three airports. There is a Minute Suites location in Atlanta (ATL) located in Concourse B and two located in Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) in terminals A & D. Last but not least, there is a Minute Suite in Philadelphia (PHL).
Besides the Minute Suites and regular lounges, Priority Pass has added restaurants to their lounge program. With this program when eating at certain restaurants people get a credit to use toward their meal, which is typically $28, but it can vary depending upon the venue.
Offering Priority Pass access
A wide range of cards give people access to Priority Pass lounges, including:
- Starwood Preferred Guest American Express Luxury Card
- Business Platinum Card from American Express OPEN
- Chase Sapphire Reserve
- Platinum Card from American Express
- Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express
To get more information about Priority Pass, people can check out this website.