Review: The Lounge, Boston Logan Priority Pass

Review-Priority Pass The Lounge BOS Airport Terminal C

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This Review of The Lounge at Boston Logan Airport (BOS) is of one of the Priority Pass lounges.

The Lounge at Boston Logan Airport Location and Access

The Lounge is located in Boston Logan Airport's Terminal C, near Gate 19.

If you have a Priority Pass Select card, for example from the Chase Sapphire Reserve, you'll enjoy complimentary access for you and up to two guests. Note that as always, the lounge reserves the right to refuse access if it's already at peak capacity.

Priority Pass The Lounge BOS Airport Terminal C, by Gate 19

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The Lounge at Boston Logan Airport Amenities

The Lounge has a couple of main seating areas. After entering the lounge, one seating area with both tables and bar seating is to the left, which is also where the food buffet and drinks (except coffee/tea) are located.

The Lounge Boston Airport Review-Food Buffet and Seating
The Lounge, Boston Airport: Food Buffet and Bar

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To the right is additional seating, along with a coffee machine and tea options.

The Lounge, Boston Airport: Seating, Coffee and Tea

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The Lounge also has its own men's and women's bathrooms. I can't speak to the state of the men's bathroom, but at the time of my visit in the late morning on a weekday, the women's bathroom was quite messy, with paper towels overflowing the trash bin, toilet paper on the floor of the stalls, and half eaten food on the counter–not pleasant.

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The Lounge at Boston Logan Airport Food and Drinks

Here was the menu during my visit:

All Day Menu, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review

My visit was late morning, so there were rolls, both chicken rolls and vegetarian rolls. The chicken rolls were fine: very plain, which was perfect for our son.

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Chicken Rolls, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review
Vegetarian Rolls, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review

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I also tried the lentil soup, which was surprisingly good.

Lentil Soup, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review
Lentil Soup, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review

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There was also a small salad bar, great for those craving some lettuce and fresh veggies:

Salad Bar, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review

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Dry snacks included trail mix, nuts, wasabi peas and the like:

Dry Snacks, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review

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Below the juices and whole fruits (apples, bananas, oranges) were some sodas and chilled drinks:

Chilled Drinks, Sodas, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review

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There were also wines and cocktails that staff could pour:

Cocktail and Wine List, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review
Liquors, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review

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As mentioned, coffee and tea were in the room on the right:

Coffee and Tea, The Lounge, Boston Airport Review

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The Verdict

For a non-Centurion U.S. domestic airport lounge, it was nice to have some fresh food options such as the chicken rolls, vegetarian rolls, lentil soup, and salad bar in addition to whole fresh fruit and dry snacks.

There was also a good selection of complimentary wines and cocktails on offer.

Don't count on a shower, however, since there are no shower rooms in this lounge; and at least during my visit, the women's bathroom was desperately in need of a deep clean.

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