Capital One currently operates excellent lounges in Dallas/DFW’s terminal D, and in Washington/IAD just beyond the airport’s PreCheck, between the East and West Security Checkpoints.
I haven’t made it to the DC lounge yet, but I have used the Dallas several times during connections there and loved being able to shower, use the prayer and relaxation rooms, try out the Peleton room, and enjoy free snacks and drinks there. I even discovered a new favorite seltzer in the excellent grab and go drink area there, the Aha Pineapple+Passion Fruit seltzer.
Venture X Cardholders, free additional Venture X user cardholders, and Venture X Business Cardholders receive free Capital One lounge access for themselves and 2 guests. Thanks to annual credits that exceed those cards’ annual fees, they’re a no brainer to have in your wallet.
Lounge access for Capital One Venture and Capital One Spark Miles cardholders is $45 per person per visit. Those cardholders also get 2 free visits per year. Lounge access for everyone else is $65 per visit. Kids under 2 are free.
Tomorrow, Capital One expands its network with the opening of a 10,800 square-foot lounge in Denver. It is located in Concourse A, near gate 34 on the mezzanine level.
That’s near the newly opened massive Concourse A United Club located near gate 25. We used that lounge when connecting from Jackson Hole back home this summer and it was fantastic!
It’s great to see so many awesome lounges landing in Denver given United’s and Southwest’s extensive networks there.
The lounge will feature “beverages and cocktails for every type of traveler including artisanal sodas, flavored waters, and drip coffee from Unravel Coffee Merchants, along with craft cocktails, wines and beers including the Colorado Cool-Aid and Cerveceria Colorado’s Sky High P.A. on tap at the full service bar – the largest bar of all Capital One Lounges. Cocktails will be served in custom ceramic barware from Fenway Clayworks.”
The lounge will have “more than 50 pieces of original artwork from Denver-area creatives, including Windy Chien’s reflection of the region’s local mountainscape using ropework and an earth wall by Gary Gomez that truly brings the space to life incorporating natural materials like dirt and gravel from Colorado.
Unique to Capital One’s DEN lounge are the private workspaces (three rooms and two phone booths) – a Capital One Lounge first – as well as private relaxation rooms with low lighting and a ceiling that mimics the nighttime sky. This is in addition to two fully stocked shower suites, a parents room, and the industry-leading grab-and-go food and beverage options that Capital One customers have come to know and love.”
The lounge will also feature everything from power outlets at every seat to kids-sized tables and chairs for families. There’s a filtered water system for water bottle refills, grand and go food and drinks, and 6 private bathrooms.
A 4th Capital One Airport Lounge will soon open in Las Vegas.
Capital One Landings, which focus on customers traveling through metro airports where shorter stays are the norm, will open shortly in LaGuardia and Washington Reagan/DCA.
What are your favorite airport lounges?