LoungeBuddy is the only App that makes it possible for all travelers to view, book, and access airport lounges around the world in seconds. From the casual traveler in economy to the seasoned elite road warrior, LoungeBuddy will help you make the most of your time at the airport. It’s time you experienced travel - in style.
Want to know what’s behind those frosted glass doors before paying for entry? Browse lounges in an airport and view photos, amenities, and reviews from other LoungeBuddy travelers.
Ready to book? Use an American Express® Card and book access to your oasis in seconds.
Lounge Access Wizard - Learn what lounges you may access for free or a one time fee based on your trip, class of service, and any elite status, memberships, or credit cards you may have.
Airport coverage around the world - Look up over 800 of the busiest and most popular airports in the world (2000+ lounges).
Filter by amenities and find the right lounge for your needs at the right time.
Airport lounge information all in one place - View hours, location, ratings, reviews, photos, amenities, access requirements, and guest privileges for each lounge.
Ready to book? Secure your lounge pass using an American Express® Card and get instant access to your oasis in seconds.
Share your photos, ratings, and reviews of lounges to help other members make the most of their lounge experience.
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LoungeBuddy - Unlocking the mystery of airport lounges
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Leaving LoungeBuddy and trying LoungeKey
I used to love this app, but I’ve been encountering so many issues as of late.
1. I’ve been unable to upload photos because my iPhone is set to “Live.” It’s not, but that’s what the app developer says.
2. Some of their lounge info isn’t up-to-date. For example, CX Lounge in PVG still has old pictures and reviews. That lounge has undergone a complete reno.
3. Priority Pass (PP) members really skew the ratings of a lounge. For example, the AS Lounge at PDX often limits PP members. As such, they rate it as one because they couldn’t enter. I understand their frustration, but that shouldn’t be a reflection of the lounge. Someone at LoungeBuddy should vet reviews.
4. Pictures should also be vetted. I’ve reported so many photos that are inaccurate. Some picture are also pulled from Instagram and aren’t the actual lounge. Why and how are pics pulling from IG?
5. Trip info is sometimes inaccurate. For example, if I enter a flight from HNL to PVG, the app also shows me I have lounge access at PVG. I really don’t because my final destination is PVG. If I have a connecting flight the next day (for example US to Tokyo to Hong Kong) the app doesn’t recognize it as one trip. It splits up the days instead which make the visual very clunky.
6. I understand we can’t write novels about lounge reviews, but 200 characters really isn’t enough. How about 400 characters?
Never travel without this app
Without this app I would have missed several great opportunities!
One example: using this app, I realized my best lounge in the Frankfurt Airport was actually *outside* security! If I hadn't had LoungeBuddy I would have started my search planeside and realized too late that I had made the wrong move.
I now use the app before I even book my flight because the reviews are so reliable.
Bravo guys! Keep up the good work!
Hoping you'll read this: there's a whole new class of lounge out the now, United Polaris in Chicago, Amex Centurion in Las Vegas (and elsewhere) that are truly a cut above. To the point that it's worth a longer layover to spend time in one! I think these lounges deserve their own category, maybe 'Ultra Lounges'?
I have access to numerous lounges thru elite status and credit cards, but this app really helps find the right one. I was surprised to find a much-needed arrivals lounge at LHR that works with a Finnair flight, since I knew that unlike for departures, OneWorld status doesn’t work for the AA or BA lounges but Plaza Premium accepts Amex Platinum). And the ability to pick among several options based on ratings/reviews is very helpful. Only complaint is that if you arrive and depart from the same airport on the same trip, you can only have one lounge, even though in most cases the arrivals lounges are landslide and the departure ones airside, so rarely if ever the same.
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