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This may seem like a strange image to open up the review of arguably the best Sky Club in the Delta system, but for most folks you will be taking the “plane train” to the F concourse. When you step off, the best choice is NOT to take 3 escalators to the top.
Just look for the elevators and pick floor 3 to go all the way up.
You can get in with a number of AMEX cards or, if you are a Skyteam elite plus status and are on a coach or anyone on a business class international departing (or connecting) ticket, you can also get in free.
Normally there are several reps working but being an international club expect at least one of them to be tied up with some flyer’s issue
Do peek to your right as there is a help desk and if a rep is there they also can check you in.
I really appreciate that Delta does, in most clubs, have self serve kiosk machines for printing boarding passes. Normally not needed but depending on the flights it can be great to have them. There is also a flight board but with the Fly Delta App I never tend to check them anymore.
To the right after entrance is the main seating area with great views outside. It is a large open space with a number of work stations for laptop use.
Also you have access to an Internet connected printer and a shredder should you need to print anything from your devices or shred anything private.
Also you have a rather large quiet “sleeping” room. Just be sure if you use it that you set an alarm on your phone so you don’t miss your flight (almost did that once in LAX off a redeye)!
Also in this main area you have a large set of stairs leading up to a very nice space I tend to enjoy during winter months.
This space is often times either empty, as you can see from my recent visit, or filled with folks sleeping (if the sleeping room is full). Either way, other than the hassle of walking up and down with drinks and food, this is a great place to spend your time in the club.
Now you have a new showcase of the F and E clubs in Atlanta that is a very nice new buffet. Delta has greatly expand the food choices after dumping the custom DeltaONE meal choice that was only open to DeltaONE customers. This buffet is open to everyone in the club.
The highlights to me are the fresh breads to accompany the good soup choices as well as the prosciutto wrapped cheese. Match that with the corn and black bean salad and you have an amazing snack to enjoy!
Then you have what was called a “luxury bar” in the past or just “The Bar” now. Delta has improved the complimentary wines and beers to the point that you really don’t have to pay to have a decent well drink. Impressive.
Next you have one of the most amazing features of any club anywhere, that is, the Sky Deck. It is so nice, on a nice day, to spend time and geek out watching planes go by as well as take off and land. I love the Sky Deck and if you want to find me at the F club this is where you will find me most days!
Then you have a smaller space on the way to the shower area.
As you can see Delta has done this club right and that includes a number of showers.
You have to check in and possibly have your name added to the list if all 8 of the club’s showers are in use. Also, if you need a hair dryer, be sure to ask for one. All the other bits you could need are also available at check-in.
There are so many times I have enjoyed a refreshing shower after a redeye and it is great to have so many available in this club.
I am so impressed with this Sky Club. While still not at the level of a Centurion lounges, this really is one of the nicest lounges you can visit in the USA. – René
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