February 4, 2023

Sapphire Reserve Lounge Coming to Logan International Airport

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Last Updated on December 9, 2022 by David

I was recently flying out of Logan International Airport and something caught my eye when walking to my gate. An advert for the Sapphire Lounges coming to Logan (and other airports) in 2023. There isn’t a lot of information about the lounges available yet, but we will update the post when we know more. We do know that the Chase Lounges will be operated by Airport Dimensions which currently operates all The Club located in most international airports.

Every lounge will be unique and inspired by the location of the airport in which the lounge is located, similar to how the Centurion Lounges by American Express. In addition to the styling, we can expect the Chase Sapphire lounges to take a lot of the good aspects from the Centurion lounges like the signature cocktails and locally inspired food and beverages. The lounge will also include comfortable work areas and places where you can relax with high-speed Wi-Fi and television.

Chase Sapphire Lounge locations

  • Hong Kong International Airport, Terminal 1 near Gate 40
  • Boston Logan International Airport: Terminal B to C connector
  • New York – LaGuardia Airport: Terminal B
  • Washington Dulles International Airport: Terminal A
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport: Terminal 4 South 1
  • Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport: Terminal 1 near C Gates
  • San Diego International Airport: Terminal 2 West
  • Philadelphia International Airport: Terminal D to E connector

As of this time, only the Hong Kong location is open. We hope to see the other locations up and running sometime in 2023.

How to access Chase Sapphire Lounges

Information is scarce so take everything we say with a grain of salt, but we know that you will be able to access the lounges if you own a Chase Sapphire Reserve card or have Priority Pass which is a benefit of the Reserve card.

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