On a recent trip to Miami, I had the opportunity to use the lounge American Express Centurion from Miami airport. Here's what I think.
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Note that the Map of Platinum American Express Company also allows you to access the lounges Centurion. However, the Aeroplan version will not give you access.
These are few in number, and mainly present in the United States or in a few cities abroad, like in Hong Kong that we had the opportunity to test.
Access to the lounge The Centurion – Miami
The lounge is in the middle of the D doors.
I accessed this lounge when I got off my plane from Montreal. I have to admit that it’s been a good walk from the Air Canada arrival gates. But since I had to wait for a friend from an American flight, it was the occasion to visit this lounge !
To get there, an imposing glass lift is located at the D-gate center: you can’t miss it!
At the beginning of the day (it is about 10am), the lounge is very busy. So it’s hard to take a lot of pictures. I also have to wait a few minutes before I can go in.
Relaxation area of the lounge Centurion
The lounge offers very nice views on the tarmac, and is flooded with outside light, a good point!
Next to the reception, a “Spa” area, more dedicated to ladies:
Restoration space of the lounge Centurion
We find the usual bar of the lounges Centurion, which serves very good mimosas:
And a buffet that I find rather disappointing:
A coffee machine is also available:
Here is a view of the lounge, all curved:
In fact, I shared that moment on the Instagram at milesopedia.
Children’s area of the lounge Centurion
Like all the other American Express Centurion Centurions, the one in Miami is no exception: there is a dedicated space for your children. We LOVE!
This lounge Centurion from American Express of Miami is certainly not the best of the Centurion range in the United States. Maybe I came at a bad time considering the traffic.
If your boarding – or arrival – gates are the opposite of this one, I don’t necessarily advise you to make the detour. But if you arrive at the airport a long time in advance… why not!
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