Lounge Review: Air France-KLM SFO

Air France-KLM SFO Lounge
While we’re dedicated frugal fliers and lounges are a frill, the Chase Sapphire Reserve card gives us free lounge access through the Priority Pass network. Lounges give us the ability to save on buying meals, wi-fi and have an overall relaxing environment.

This lounge is located in the “A” Concourse, but anyone with a boarding pass departing from San Francisco can clear the A security and go to the lounge. It’s about a 5 minute walk from the start of the “G” concourse. If you have Pre-Check then you can clear SFO security on both ends quickly.

The lounge was bit small, but there were plenty of seats when we arrived around 8pm. Thankfully they weren't turning away Priority Pass members. Most important for me was the food. I missed lunch earlier and the Alaska Board Room in LAX was at capacity so I appreciated the a hot pasta with meatball option, delicious soup and average sandwiches.

I found it interesting the only option for an alcoholic beverage was wine. It’s possible the beer was with the soda, which I also couldn't find. It was probably for the best since I needed to drink water for the flight ahead.

Tara appreciated the assortment of desserts (as did I) and she said the coffee selection met her standards.

Wi-fi at this lounge was quick and the view overlooking the arriving flights helped the wait during our connection move quickly.
Lounge Review: Air France-KLM SFO Lounge Review: Air France-KLM SFO Reviewed by Brandon on December 05, 2017 Rating: 5

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