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A New Airport Lounge in Orlando

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If your delayed or have a layover in Orlando, you might want to check out the airport’s new lounge, The Club at MCO. It comes with all the travel musts, including space to relax, dinner, cocktails, WiFi and a place for the kids play.

You will find this new addition to the Orlando International Airport at Airside 4, close to gate 91. It’s open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Club at MCO, which is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., is operated by Airport Lounge Development, a company that’s created a global network of lounges that are open to anyone.

Access to the lounge costs $35, and you can buy passes online or at the club. If you already have a Lounge Club, LoungeKey, Priority Pass or Priority Pass Select membership, you can get in for free.

Amenities, Amenities and More Amenities

When it comes to lounges, its all about the amenities, and some offer better perks than others. So you may be wondering what you’ll find when inside The Club at MCO.

The Club at MCO
The Club at MCO

If you’re looking to make new friends or talk with your companions, The Club has specially designed social spaces where you grab a drink, have dinner and chat. There are also quiet zones for relaxing between flights.

If you need to get some work done, then head over to the Productivity Zone and saddle up to the laptop bar. Too public? Book some alone time in the private rooms. What if you have kids? There’s a kid-friendly zone, too, complete with an Xbox and TVs.

Sometimes nothing feels as good as a shower after a long flight, and you can grab one in the lounge, too.

Loungers Around the World

Airport Lounge Development began rolling out lounges in 2006, opening the first one at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. It currently has lounges in seven other airports:

  • Las Vegas McCarran International Airport
  • Mineta San Jose International Airport
  • Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Concourse A and South Satellite
  • London Heathrow Airport

You can get more information about the lounges on the company’s website.

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