Video Review: Alaska Airlines 3 Lounges At Seattle-Tacoma Airport

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I recently had the chance to explore the Alaska Airlines lounges at the Seattle-Tacoma Airport, and I must say, they offer quite a range of experiences. In this video, I’ll walk you through each lounge, located in the C Concourse, D Concourse, and the North Satellite, sharing my thoughts and favorite features

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A quick summary of each lounge is below, for the most up-to-date information about the Alaska Airlines Lounges visit them directly at this link.

C Concourse Lounge:

I entered the lounge via the stairs, I was warmly welcomed by friendly staff amidst a cafeteria-style setup. The food offerings, featuring a build-your-own burrito bowl and the renowned pancake maker, lived up to expectations. Positioned strategically for plane spotting, the lounge boasted exceptional views during takeoff moments. Situated on the mezzanine level adjacent to gate C16, it operates daily from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


D Concourse Lounge:

Conveniently located near security checkpoint 4, this lounge offers both self-serve and made-to-order coffee choices. Upstairs, the seating area exudes a cozy ambiance, accentuated by expansive windows that overlook ramp operations. Food choices abound, ranging from an array of snacks, soups, and hot items to a well-stocked salad bar. Positioned to the left before descending towards the D gate, the lounge operates daily from 5:00 to 11:00 p.m.

North Satellite Flagship Lounge:

Spanning over 15,000 square feet, this lounge impresses with its sheer size and diverse seating options. Personally, I found solace in the bustling yet inviting atmosphere of the popular coffee spot. The modern ambiance further enhanced my experience. Food options were limited, with highlights including a well-stocked salad bar and a fully stocked bar area. Positioned perfectly for plane spotting, the lounge’s large windows meant great views of active flights. Situated on the mezzanine level above Gates N13 through N18, it offers a prime location for travelers seeking relaxation and a good cup of coffee.

If you find yourself heading to Alaska on Alaska Airlines make sure it is during one of the best times of year to visit, otherwise, let me know which lounge is your favorite in Seattle with any airline.

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Brandon Hughes
Brandon Hugheshttp://www.suitesandlobbies.com/
Aloha, as the founder and chief editor of Suites & Lobbies, I enjoy offering unique perspectives on hotel accommodations, airline services, dining experiences, and the evolving travel landscape of Hawai'i. Raised in the town of Ka'alaea on O'ahu, a native Hawaiian, and a lifelong learner. My extensive travels across Hawai'i ensure that readers receive accurate and up-to-date information, from emerging hotel projects to the latest in restaurant openings and travel-related concerns. My commitment is to provide unbiased, thorough insights stemming from first-hand knowledge of current affairs here in Hawai’i. I further showcase this on my YouTube channel, where I present detailed visual reviews and updates.

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