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Rooftop level, near Gates S-9 and S-10, Seat­tle Ta­coma In­ter­na­tional Air­port

April 2014 Delta Sky Club mem­bers

The lounge has a re­lax­ing de­sign, with a wavy pat­tern on the ceil­ing and dif­fer­ent styles of chairs break­ing up the area so that it doesn’t seem like one big room. Photography on the walls are aerial views of dif­fer­ent parts of the world, although from a dis­tance they al­most look ab­stract. There are also blown glass art­works on the wall by James and Re­nee Enge­bret­son.

Of­fer­ings in­clude nib­bles such as cru­di­ties (car­rots, cel­ery) with dips, Gar­rett’s pop­corn, and cook­ies. The bar also has a range of com­pli­men­tary (house) drinks, but pay­ment is re­quired for pre­mium beers and spir­its.

The blown glass art­works by James and Re­nee Enge­bret­son makes it worth a trip to the lounge.

A lovely lounge, a sort of baby brother to the Sky Club at NewYork JFK, but no worse for that.


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