Minute Suites Philadelphia Now Part of Priority Pass Network
Priority Pass members can now access their own private suite in Philadelphia International Airport. As of Wednesday, March 8th, the Minute Suites Philadelphia is now a part of the Priority Pass network of airport lounges. The Priority Pass network of lounges includes more than 1000 lounges and clubs worldwide. Until the addition of the Minute Suites PHL, the Priority Pass network did not include any lounges with private suites.
About Minute Suites PHL
Minute Suites is a chain of airport lounges in the United States. Currently, Minute Suites are available in Dallas, Atlanta, and Philadelphia. Minute Suites are comprised of private suites with daybeds. Minute Suites charges $42 for an hour, $84 for two hours, and $160 for a day.
It’s a little steep for what you get. I stayed at the Minute Suites DFW following a red-eye from Seattle back in May. I only paid for an hour and somehow managed to get some sleep. However, the suite consisted only of a small coach, rough blanket, and TV. It was definitely not worth $42.
However, Priority Pass members can now visit the Minute Suites PHL for free. Priority Pass members receive a free hour and can pay for an addition hour for $28. That’s a fantastic deal as it essentially gets you two hours in a private room for $28.
Minute Suites PHL is located between the Concourses A and B in the A/B connector. Minute Suites is the first and only Priority Pass lounge at Philadelphia. The only other lounge that’s available for anyone to access is the Admiral’s Club which is $59 for the day.
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This is a fantastic addition to the Priority Pass network. Until the new American Express Centurion Lounge opens in Philadelphia, the Minute Suites PHL is the only lounge that Priority Pass members can access. I don’t think I’d ever pay for access to the Minute Suites but I’ll gladly visit for free.
What do you think about the Minute Suites PHL joining Priority Pass? Have you ever visited the Minute Suites?