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Children under 2 years old are admitted free with an adult.
For Lounge Club, Priority Pass, Diners Club and Lounge Key members, access may be restricted between 14:00 - 18:00 daily due to space constraints.
Passengers departing from Gates 100-129 can access this lounge, but will need to take the train to Airside 4 (Gates 70-99) to access the lounge. Afterwards, these passengers must take the train back to the central terminal area and then take the train to Airside 2 (Gates 100-129) to get to their departure gate.
This lounge is accessible for passengers departing from Terminal A (Gates 100-129) and Terminal B (Gates 70-99) but not from Terminal A (Gates 1-29) or from Terminal B (Gates 30-59).
Access is only permitted 3 hours prior to scheduled flight departure.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this lounge will be carrying out strict measures in compliance with the CDC and the WHO to ensure guests have a clean and safe environment to rest, relax, and prepare for the journey ahead. Some of these measures include wellness/temperature checks and personal protective equipment for all lounge employees, dedicated staff to disinfect guest and food service areas every 30 minutes during operating hours, hand sanitizer stations, HEPA filtration systems, a dedicated attendant stationed in the Replenish Zone to assist guests with their food selection, and enforcement of social distancing guidelines (6 feet) for all guests not traveling together as a group.
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You may enter the lounge one hour before or after your booked time. Your booking starts upon entry.
Orlando International AirportMCO•Orlando, Florida, United States
Located in Terminal B (Inside Security). Airside 4, near Gate 91, next to the InMotion store.
Travel times are estimates and are not guaranteed. Airports may require you to re-clear security and immigration control to reach the lounge. Clearing security might require a boarding pass departing from the terminal. For lounges inside security or immigration, you must first check your baggage and obtain your boarding pass.
SatisfactoryBetter breakfast than Delta Lounge. Run down leather chairs well past their prime. Furniture needs some upgrades. Overall Delta lounge is better.
James M Real•November 25th, 2019
Worth a DetourMartha, the bartender, was awesome. Despite other reviews, it was clean and quiet at 0830 on a Tuesday.
Anonymous•October 29th, 2019
SatisfactoryFurniture is very worn out and needs replacing. Staff seem disinterested and aloof. Otherwise not a bad lounge - very quiet on Columbus Day.
Anonymous•October 14th, 2019
Needs ImprovementI tried to get in on my Chase Sapphire Reserve card on Thursday night (today) at 6pm and they offered to put me on their waiting list but I declined since I only expected to stay about 30 minutes.