Finally I got the chance to visit the Centurion Studio at the Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) myself. The Studio opened at the beginning of July shortly after the Centurion Lounge in Miami.
The Lounge in Seattle is called a Studio, because it’s much smaller as the other regular Centurion Lounges, but still a great place to get away from the trouble outside in the terminals. It’s located next to gate B3 and is easily reachable from the main terminals. If you have to go to the north or south satellite, give yourself enough time to make it there. You will need to take a short train ride to get to this terminals.
Check-In was easy and quick as usual when you visit on of the American Express lounges. Also staff was friendly and helpful.
There was plenty of seating available during my visit on a sunday afternoon. There is also no kitchen like in the lounges, here you will find finger food style items. For drinking you have sodas, water, coffee, tea, beer and wine. For beer and wine just ask the waiter walking around and he will bring it to you.
There are two toilets and both are unisex, which is also different to the Centurion Lounges. The Studio is short on some of the great amenities American Express offers in their Centurion Lounges. Anyway this will be my new to-go “lounge”/studio when I am at Sea-Tac.
It also sounded like that they try to upgrade this studio to a full lounge, if they can find any bigger space to move it to. But that wont happen any time soon.