Review: American Express Centurion Studio Seattle

The Seattle American Express Centurion Studio is located across from gate B3. It’s a short walk from most gates, and should be fairly convenient to most flyers.

The studio itself is rather small, and is considerably smaller than its counterparts in Dallas, La Guardia, Miami, etc. The “studio” concept is basically a mini Centurion lounge.

As you walk in, the check-in is on your left. 

Walking past, you’ll see the studio behind a large wall. There’s a few small seating areas, as well as a sitting area facing a television for those that want to watch that. 

There’s a food area with light finger foods and salads, but nothing too heavy. There’s also a beverage station with non alcoholic beverages, water and coffee. To get a beer or wine, you’ll ask one of the roving servers. There is no full bar in the studio, for what it’s worth.

I did find there were several staff walking about constantly, so ordering a drink or getting service was very easy to do. That said, it is a scaled back version of the traditional Centurion lounges, but is certainly better than nothing for those using the Seattle airport.

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  1. says

    I stopped by the Centurion Studio last weekend as well. It was at near capacity and they had a hard time keeping to soup full. But the staff was friendly and the agent even escorted me to a table when I arrived since she knew it was so busy. Did you get an escort to your seat and a brief tour also? They had some local Seattle Beer options available from the servers.

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