This 25,000 square foot flagship oasis is a modern, state-of-the-art retreat that allows for relaxation, productivity, or both. With acclaimed Atlanta Chef Linton Hopkins' locally inspired food selection, a gallery highlighting Atlanta artwork, and a wine wall curated by Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson, not to mention unbeatable views, this truly is the perfect escape from the most heavily trafficked concourses in global aviation history.
NOTE: This lounge is accessible to American Express Platinum Cardholders, but only when flying on Delta. Utilize the "Create Trip" option to see complimentary access.
Great brand new lounge! Nicer now than the International lounges at ATL. Very open, lots of seating great bar area and wine tasting station. Best lounge in ATL.
New spacious lounge with great tarmac views. Food selection far better than other domestic lounges. Large bar plus self service wine offerings. Great staff.
This lounge has great views out both sides of the B concourse. Very spacious and big. Huge self serve wine selection ($$$). Other alcohol is free. Best lounge in ATL.
Possibly the best Delta lounge in the country.
Very new lounge in the center of B concourse with sweeping views from both sides. Food is delicious and the bar is expansive. Many comfortable places to sit with power outlets a plenty.
The nicest Delta lounge I've been to. It has the most expansive food selection of any Delta lounge I've been to. The staff were excellent. It was packed but I quickly found a seat, beer, and food.
A surprise from Delta, a terrible airline but this lounge is very nice. Needs a place to lay and sleep to begin to approach a Centurion Lounge but I was very pleased. Food was excellent, service too.
The food is very good; chick salad, pimento, potato and pasta salads, soups, breads, Starbucks coffee, beer, wine, cocktails. working spaces with outlets, plenty of comfortable semi-private seats.
Flying through in the afternoon. Food selection is pretty diverse - hot soup, pasta, crudités, cheese, and pretzels/popcorn. Comp wine, beer, and select spirits. Lots of seating and bright atmosphere.
Better than most of the best lounges I have been to internationally. Great food selection, nice bar and attentive staff. It's worth paying for if you have a long layover.
The staff makes this lounge. They are always warm and welcoming. The lounge is nice and bright, but would be better if there were a quiet area with loungers.
If you want to wait in line to get in and don't mind waiting again in line for a drink then go here. Honestly, I'm a Diamond who makes over a mil a year and expect more. This lounge seems for all.
Huge lounge. Yes, busy. But still relaxing even when busy. Definitely has an oasis atmosphere separate from the gates!
Pretty disappointing. Food is decent if you’re not lactose intolerant. Non-alcoholic drink options is very limited. Too crowded and lots of dirty tables...
Well worth the $59 single day pass. Lots of soups, salads and snacks to choose from. 12 seats at the bar with 4 large screens. Spacious bathroom stalls.
The flagship lounge. Huge bar. Good food selection. Very spacious. Probably as close as Delta gets to Centurion.
Woman at the front desk dropped the ball a bit, they ran out of forks at the buffet and hit entrees were limited, but overall a great lounge. I will be back.
Wow, completely surprised by the quality! If a Cathay or Virgin Atlantic lounge is a 10, this Sky Club is a solid 8. Very good food, ample seating, self serve fountain drinks. Great job by Delta.
Huge space! Optimum bar and food selections. At night, the place can be very cold.
This is my favorite lounge for domestic flights. Even if my flight leaves from another concourse, I’ll go to this one.
Above the Concourse Level, near Gate B18.
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