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This is one of many flyers favorite Sky Clubs in Atlanta. It seems less crowded to me plus, now and then, I often find one of my favorite Atlanta based bloggers in the club from time to time.
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.
Just one floor up from concourse level and you are there. Maybe having to go down the tiny hall makes this harder to find for some – who knows. I am happy less find their way to this club.
You still have to go through a set of glass doors once you exit the elevators, that is, turn left and you are there.
There is a separate reception and service desk in this club. This really can be a very nice feature as this way you don’t have to wait to check in, that is, like when the same folks who check people in are busy helping flyers with other issues.
I like where Delta has placed a large bank of monitors to check before you exit. You can peek when you enter and on the way out. Clean and nice.
Like in most clubs there is a work room, but it is somewhat smallish and gives you a semi-private laptop work area.
I really thought about holding off on this review as there are big changes on the way for this club as you can see. I think a look now is still worthwhile.
As you can see above, the club for now is just one big room. It was two, but that second half is under construction.
This was a nice large area that was away from much of the rest of the club and now soon to be a cafe and food area.
You have a smaller full service bar and food area, for now, next to that.
I am showing the breakfast choices but if you look at the other club reviews other than E & F you will get an idea of what is in store the rest of the day. I was told this club will not get the expanded food choices E & F currently have.
Across from the bar are more food choices as with limited space during construction they are a bit spread out.
Then from the back of the club you get a good view of the current entire club. You see the customer service counter in the back ground and to the left the rest rooms.
They have been updated to the modern look some love and some don’t really care for. I can wash my hands so I like it just fine.
As with the rest of the clubs there are newspapers and other reading material for those who want something for on-board.
Plus a very nice view if it happens to be a nice day and you are an AVgeek like me.
The club “space” has always been nice. I like this club but as you can see it is dated and needs a refresh and it is getting it. I think, once this club is totally new, I will call this review the OLD club T review and just put a new post for the NEW club T refreshed! Either way, enjoy the T club if you have time for a visit – René
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