Boston Logan International Airport has welcomed the opening of a new lounge by Airport Dimensions, which has partnered with JPMorgan Chase & Co. on the Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club.
“We are excited to partner with Chase and Airport Dimensions to celebrate the opening of the Sapphire Lounge by The Club at Logan Airport,” said Ed Freni, Aviation Director, MASSPORT. “Spaces like this one will enhance the travel experience for all passengers including the thousands of visitors that come to New England to enjoy everything the region has to offer.”
The 11,640 square foot lounge provides dedicated areas for recharging, including two wellness rooms that feature anti-gravity massage chairs and guided meditations from Master Well-Being Educator & Healer, Devi Brown, two dual-head shower rooms, and all-gender restrooms stocked with Apotheke products. The space celebrates the best of Bostonian culture, and features artwork from Boston-based artist, Silvia López Chavez, while offering views of Boston Harbor and the Boston Logan airfield. Meanwhile the dining experience includes menu items from acclaimed Boston chef, Douglass Williams (of Boston’s MIDA and APIZZA), a signature taproom offering local craft beer, and coffee from Beverly, Massachusetts Atomic Coffee Roasters. A focal point is the centrepiece bar, which serves wine and cocktails, as well as made-to-order and ready-to-eat food options.
“My entire career has been spent in the travel industry, I have visited many airport lounges, but this experience is like no other,” said Nancy Knipp, President Americas, Airport Dimensions. “From the moment I stepped off the elevator, I realised we are setting a new trend in airport lounge hospitality. Guests are greeted by an attentive team that actively connects and engages, enhancing their journey. Hats off to the Airport Dimensions and JPMorgan Chase & Co. teams who successfully aligned together to bring Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club to life! It is gratifying to introduce this industry leading, innovative lounge to the US market.”