Alaska Airlines unveils new SFO lounge


The new Alaska Lounge, located in Terminal 2, offers more than 9,000 sq ft of space where guests can enjoy Bay-Area inspired amenities.

Alaska Airlines has opened its brand-new lounge at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

Located in Terminal 2, the 9,200 sq ft facility will provide passengers with a range of Bay-Area inspired amenities, including an espresso bar and a full bar and buffet with complimentary craft beers on tap and snacks such as made-to-order pancakes, salads and soups.

The lounge also features a new children’s play area, decked out with San Francisco Giants art and mascot Lou Seal.

Upon entering the lounge, guests will be greeted with a gallery wall featuring fine art designed by local artists and curated by San Francisco-based Minted, the global marketplace that brings the best from independent designers to consumers everywhere.

“After much anticipation, we’re thrilled to give our guests a place to work, relax, unwind and enjoy some of the best of what the Golden City has to offer when they travel through SFO on Alaska or a oneworld partner,” said Sangita Woerner, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Guest Experience at Alaska Airlines. “Hands down Alaska offers the single best value of any airport lounge membership in the country. Our eight lounges redefine the guest experience and offer a calm oasis for every type of traveller including kid-friendly spaces, peaceful nooks, local wine or beer and tasty, locally sourced bites.”

The lounge is open for lounge members, flying first class with Alaska or purchasing a day pass, with membership prices ranging from $350 to $500.

Passengers can also enjoy 50% off a lounge day pass when they pay with their Alaska Airlines Visa Signature credit card. Additionally, select oneworld Emerald and Sapphire members will have access to the SFO lounge, which joins seven other open Lounge locations in the Alaska Airlines portfolio, including Seattle (C, D, North Satellite); Portland, Oregon; Los Angeles; New York – JFK; and Anchorage.

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