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This is an impressive Delta Sky Club. It is large. It has amazing views. I have been impressed by the service of the agents in the club on a number of occasions. I like this club.
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.
After entering at concourse level you can take the stairs or elevator up as everything with this club is on the upper level.
Check-in for this club is open and spacious and even if you have to wait for service for a ticketing issue you will not feel cramped as is the case in some of the Atlanta clubs.
If you like space, this is a club to consider visiting in ATL. It really is spacious and I encourage you to wander beyond the first area near the bar.
Have said that, the bar is interesting with its curved shape. This is not a cookie cutter design compared to the other clubs to chose from.
If you are someone who likes to gaze out the window at jets, this club has views from just about everywhere. As an AVgeek I really like this and think you will too.
This club is so big that you have more than one location to get some snacks. This club does not have the expanded food selections that F and E have, just the standard Sky Club choices.
The club is basically divided into two large spaces, the latter a few steps above the main and bar areas.
Looking for some desk space to work, this area is where you will find it. Some privacy with dividers but also out in the open common area.
You have the stock printer and shredder in just about every Sky Club as well as capacity to fax (does anyone fax anymore?).
You have another snack area as well as table for eating. Nice as the lounge / seating really are more conformable for relaxing than snacking.
You have on the other side of the room a mirror of the work desk area so if the one side is full be sure to wander over to this side to see if there is open space.
This is also an area that you may be able to find open lounge seating if the main area is full as folks seem to stick to this area vs. wandering the club.
With this club you get views from both sides and have a great view of the building work of the new massive B club on the way with a new Sky Deck that should be most impressive by all the drawings.
I am often asked what is my favorite club in Atlanta and I always say it depends on what you are looking for. Is it outside seating and views? Is it a class club feel? Is it expanded food options or maybe a nice sleeping room? Well this club, if you like open space with great views and good customer service is one to strongly consider. – René
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