After landing, I was happy to get off the plane and see a nice Alaska Lounge right in front of my face! I felt like I could use a soda and snack, so I headed up to the Alaska Lounge at Concourse C. There was no “Full House” sign for Priority Pass Members, so I was really happy. I have Priority Pass Select from my Hilton AMEX Aspire Card, so I get access to this lounge and get to bring 2 guests.
This was at 2:30 P.M. on a Thursday in case you are wondering. And when I left at 3:30, the “Full House” sign was up!
For Alaska Lounges at Sea-Tac, there are 3 locations, at Concourse C, D and the North Satellite.
This “New” Alaska Lounge SEA at Concourse C opened last June, so it’s still considered pretty new! At 4,650 square feet, this Alaska Lounge hosts 87 seats. The lounge is open from 5am until midnight.
It was nice and new, but the lounge felt a bit cramped! Much smaller than I thought it would be. Even though it was pretty packed, I luckily found some seating near the windows and food area. One pet peeve was how stained the seating was! Considering it’s less than a year old, all the seats had HUGE stains (coffee, food, etc) and it just was a bit of an eyesore.
There were light-snacks, with some crackers, two soups and a salad bar. I thought the chicken-noodle soup was a nice snack after a flight. My mom got a salad, but sadly she said the eggs were super rubbery. Of course they had the famous Alaska pancake machine but I didn’t feel like trying a pancake at the time haha. On second thought, maybe I should have tried the pancake…
In the back of the lounge there is a nice little bar, and some more seating. I did like doing some plane watching during my visit.
Overall, the Alaska Lounge SEA at Concourse C is a decent place to relax and get some snacks. The lounge is new, with a lot of natural light that makes the lounge look happy and airy. Minus the stained seats, I still enjoyed the lounge!
Have you been to the Alaska Lounge SEA at Concourse C? What did you think?
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- Priority Pass Review: Alaska Lounge at LAX
- Alaska Airlines 737-900 Premium Class Review
- Priority Pass Review: The New Alaska Lounge at SEA
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