Recently, I was able to check out the new Chase Sapphire Lounge that is located at Logan Airport in Boston. Currently, there are only three Chase Sapphire lounges—one is in Hong Kong, one is at La Guardia Airport, and one is in Boston. The next one will be opening up in Las Vegas. Here is my review of the Chase Sapphire Lounge in Boston.
This lounge is located in Terminal B near gate 40. You take the elevator up to the 4th floor and enter there. I used my Priority Pass digital card to enter. You can get in once a year with your Priority Pass membership.
Chase Sapphire Reserve, J.P. Morgan Reserve, and The Ritz-Carlton Credit Card primary cardholders and authorized users who have activated their complimentary Priority Pass membership have unlimited access to the Chase Sapphire Lounge (and can also bring in two guests for free). Other Priority Pass members receive one complimentary visit to a Sapphire Lounge by The Club per calendar year (and no free guests).
The colors and decor in the lounge are nice, and there are multiple seating areas. There is a large bar and one main area for food. The food is individually portioned. We were there at breakfast time, and they had a variety of pastries, yogurt, some French toast, hashbrowns, and a couple of other items under lights. Initially, I was not impressed. The food tasted like it had been under the lights for too long.
On our table, I noticed a QR code. When I opened that up, I found that we could order fresh food like omelets, etc. We should have done that, but we were already full from our slightly stale, pre-made options.
The following amenities are available at this lounge:
Terminal B at Boston’s Logan Airport also has a United Club Lounge, but no other Priority Pass lounges. If you hold the right card, being able to go into this Chase Sapphire lounge on a connection or departure from Boston would be a welcome addition. My review of the Chase Sapphire Lounge in Boston comes with a recommendation to order the freshly made food, though!
I recently visited this Chase Sapphire lounge again and can vouch for the freshly made omelet. If I traveled through Boston often, I would consider upgrading or product changing my Chase Sapphire Preferred card to a Reserve card, as this is a very nice lounge.
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